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About Mustard

Mustard is an independent comedy mag, jam-packed with
funny words and pictures plus exclusive interviews »


Mustard mags

Mustard news

Mustard Compendium

Mustard Compendium now available as
PDF download
and paperback
Updated and expanded compilation. 336 pages, no ads.

John Cleese

John Cleese seen buying Mustard magazine
In a mind-boggling coincidence, I was in exactly the right place at the right time to see John Cleese buying Mustard magazine.

Mustard #08

Mustard gets Quite Interesting
Mustard was asked to design the poster for John Lloyd's Edinburgh Fringe show Liff of QI.

Alan Moore / IT Crowd

Alan Moore / IT Crowd coincidence
A weird coincidence at the filming of The IT Crowd - were Alan Moore's Wizard powers in effect?

Mustard trailer

Mustard trailer
Watch the 50-second Mustard trailer, featuring music and voiceover by comedy writer/actor/composer Matt Berry, of Snuff Box, IT Crowd and Darkplace.

Paper People

Comedy Paper People
Cut-out-and-make paper people of all our interviewees, including Robin Ince, Portlandia's Fred Armsten and Carrie Brownstein and many more.

Mustard and Alan Moore

Alan Moore and Stewart Lee

Alan Moore and Stewart Lee reading Mustard
I took this photo of Alan Moore and Stewart Lee reading each other's copy of Mustard at the Dodgem Logic party.

Alan Moore poster

Alan Moore IT Crowd poster
Desktop-wallpaper sized versions of the Alan Moore poster I did for series 4 of The IT Crowd.

Alan Moore and IT Crowd

Alan Moore and Roy from The IT Crowd reading Mustard
Real photos of Roy reading the Alan Moore issue of Mustard and Alan Moore reading the IT Crowd issue, Photoshopped together.

Mustard on TV

Mustard on The IT Crowd episode

Mustard read by Moss on The IT Crowd
Moss can be seen reading Mustard magazine in the episode, 'Moss and the German', in series 2!

Mustard in The IT Crowd publicity photos

Mustard in The IT Crowd publicity photos!
Blimey, Roy is reading the magazine in one of their official publicity photos - and it's the cover of the series 2 DVD in the USA!

IT Crowd DVD

Mustard mag on The IT Crowd series 3 DVD extras
Writer Graham Linehan points out copies of Mustard magazine on The IT Crowd set during the set tour on the series 3 DVD.

IT Crowd

Mustard on set of The IT Crowd
Graham Linehan, writer of The IT Crowd (and Father Ted, Black Books, etc.) is a fan of Mustard and used the magazine as part of the set dressing.

Mustard Press and Reviews


Guardian Review
Another review in The Guardian's Guide: "Mustard scores in creating funny original comedy content and informative interviews".

Word magazine

Word magazine reviews Mustard:
"For once, a genuinely entertaining comedy magazine... smells delicious... we approve."

Christian Adams

Telegraph cartoonist Christian Adams blogs that "I’ve discovered a wonderfully drole magazine called Mustard... Naughty, observant, and very very funny".

Mustard #05

Mustard's Waugh in The Crack
Mustard and Dodgem Logic artist Andrew Waugh has been profiled in The Crack magazine.

Imagine FX

Mustard's Cooper in Imagine FX
Mustard artist Simon Cooper is profiled in Imagine FX magazine.
Read the PDF.


Mustard's editor interviewed in Kudocities
(previously 'Fridaycities')
Go read the interview »

Graham Linehan

Graham Linehan blogs about Mustard
On his blog Why, That's Delightful, he says "Mustard adds another cap to its collection of caps" with the new Alan Moore issue »

Richard Herring

Richard Herring blogs about Mustard
He says Mustard is "put together by people who clearly love comedy... it would be really cool if you all bought a copy". Read the blog »

London Informer

London Informer newspaper has a feature on Mustard magazine
read the PDF »

Mustard on social media

IT Crowd series 3 DVDs

Mustard magazine is now on Twitter: »


Mustard now on Pinterest
Mustard comedy snippets: cartoons, comic strips, and other funny stuff;
Mustard comedy interviews: interview photos, covers, posters, etc.

Mustard out in the world

Alan Moore Cards

Alan Moore quote greeting cards
Quotable Cards have released a card featuring a quote from Alan Moore's interview in Mustard issue #04.

Other Mustard magazines

Other Mustard magazines discovered on the web include a Christian kids' mag, a Russian hip-hop blog and the catalogue from Wisconsin Mustard Museum.


Mustard #01: Graham LinehanMustard #02: Michael PalinMustard #03: Peep Show's Bain & ArmstrongMustard #04: Alan MooreMustard #05a: Stewart LeeMustard #05b: Richard HerringMustard #06: John LloydMustard #07: Robin InceMustard #08: Portlandia's Carrie Brownstein & Fred Armisen
Myth Management

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First World War Problems
#FirstWorldProblems »
A series of First World Problems that were also First World War Problems.
Back to the Future: the Inevitable Remake
Back to the Future:
the Inevitable Remake »
Teenager Martie McFly travels back thirty years, to 1985!
Jurassic Park: post credits sequence
Jurassic Park:
post credits sequence »
Lost deleted scene features suprising appearance.
Mustard trailer
Mustard trailer »
Watch our trailer, featuring music and narration from Matt Berry!
Mustard compendium paperback
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Mustard trailer
Mustard trailer »
Watch our trailer, featuring music and narration from Matt Berry!
Question Tag
Question Tag »
Mustard's interviewees ask each other questions. Featuring Linehan, Palin, Bain, Moore, Berry, Lee, Herring, Lloyd, etc.
Paper versions of Michael Palin, Alan Moore, Peep Show and IT Crowd
Paper People »
Cut-out-and-make Mustard cover stars! Michael Palin, Alan Moore, Stewart Lee, Richard Herring and Peep Show and IT Crowd crews.
Mustard on The IT Crowd
Mustard on The IT Crowd »
Moss reads Mustard in an episode of The IT Crowd, and Roy's reading it on the cover of the American DVD.
Brilliantly funny! BBC Absolutely cracking! Channel 4 First class. The Guardian
A satirical gem. The Telegraph A dash of something special. Michael Palin
Endlessly hilarious. Alan Moore Like The Onion? You'll love MustardPatton Oswalt