Rufus Dayglo talks 'Tank Girl'
The comic will feature three short stories including two titled 'The Barney Band' and 'Sunrise Doesn't Last All Morning'.
Dayglo has previously collaborated with Martin on IDW's Tank Girl: The Gifting.
"Dark Nuggets is a one-off collection of short stories, slightly darker in tone than Visions of Booga or Tank Girl: Skidmarks, our four-issue miniseries out in November from Titan Books.
"It's largely black and white, for a start, like the old days, and I didn't ink any of this stuff - it's all just [HB] pencil.
"A lot of what we do is based on my inability to read his scripts properly. Sometimes this produces happy accidents; more often, though, it only produces a headache for Alan.
"Sometimes I'll suggest a theme, or a person - like Dee Dee Ramone - but Alan writes Tank Girl, I don't want to write it. I like the surprise of the script arriving and having no clue what will happen next.
"It's great. I am so lucky, sometimes it makes my nose bleed. I'm the first person to read the stories - it's a comic geek's dream come true. I just wish I were a better reader, as I miss most of the jokes - or maybe Alan's stopped writing them."
Tank Girl: Dark Nuggets is released on December 9.