I just took the liberty of updating Matt Howarth's Wiki page with info about The Last of the Neon Cynics. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matt_Howarth
This is the first time that I have ever done an update to Wiki. It is a little rough. If anyone with a bit more Wiki savvy wants to pretty it up, go ahead.
In the 2000s, Howarth published the six-issue series Bugtown and the second-volume of Keif Llama: Xeno-Tech (also six issues), both with MU Press.
In 2012, he released "The Last of the Neon Cynics". This is a collaboration with musician Bill Nelson. Bill Nelson wrote 9 songs to accompany the graphic novel. The story is a sci-fi western set in the 23rd century featuring a new character called Syrge Cassidy. The release was issued on a limited edition (500 copies) cd feturing the music and the 110 page graphic novel as a pdf. The songs that accompany the novel are THE LAST OF THE NEON CYNICS 1. Riding the Go-Tubes. 2. Interstellar Courier. 3. Decimal Point for the Thousand Races. 4. Jericho's Armband Counsel. 5. Cassidy's Electric Campfire Song. 6. The Colonel Has an Anti-Decimal Scheme. 7. The Blue Taint. 8. Mathematical Prairie. 9. Do Space Trams Dream of Fictitious Passengers? (All music Copyright Bill Nelson 2012. For further information visit http://www.billnelson.com
Merikan1, it's great that you've done this - it needed doing. I've just edited it for typos and house style, pruned the length down quite a bit and put in some links (e.g. Bill's name now links to his Wikipedia page). Oh, and updated the Publication List (on the grounds that CD releases are a form of publishing).