www.bbchistorymagazine.com
A monthly magazine featuring articles on history and biff cartoon strips, a history of exploration and a history of media.
www.cartoongallery.co.uk
Web only gallery of cartoons for sale by various UK cartoonists.
www.frootsmag.com
Monthly magazine featuring articles, reviews and listings for world and folk music throughout UK and rest of world.Biff cartoon a regular since 1999.
www.guardian.co.uk
National daily which featured Biff cartoon strips from 1985-2005 in various sections from the main paper through to the Weekend magazine, books pages and Review sections.
www.guardian.co.uk/newsroom
Guardian archive containing 65 original Biff cartoons donated in april 2005 and featured in a retrospective exhibition in January 2006.
www.gatheredimages.com
Postcard distributor who have distributed Biff cards around the Uk since the early 1980s.
www.paulgravett.com
Expert on comics culture who Biff first connected with via Escape comic in the 1980s.
www.knockabout.com
Comics distributor for all kinds of cartoonists including Gilbert Shelton, Robert Crumb, Hunt Emerson etc.
www.rouguides.com
Travel guidebooks for entire world. Biff cartoons have appeared in Roughguide News magazine since 2001 and Biff artwork advertised the 2004 Directions launch.
www.viz.co.uk
80s publishing phenomenon which started on a shoestring in Newcastle and ended up selling a million per issue.Biff appeared in it during its shoestring period.

www.bluejaywayproductions.com

Hang a Piece of Musical History On Your Wall. Blue Jay Way Productions have a huge range of Classic Framed Album Covers for sale. They look great hanging anywhere and an original framed album cover makes a fab gift. From Abba to Zappa come and browse. We also do a fine line in vintage Biff wear t shirts.
www.cplee.co.uk
Once famed for his all out assaults on the world of Rock music with his band Alberto Y Lost Trios Paranoias, CP Lee is nowadays researching Mancunian comedians and eccentrics generally, lecturing in Cultural Studies at the University of Salford whilst dipping his toe into any media that's reasonably tepid.