The all-ages comic for Boom Studios' new kids imprint is inspired by the works of Alice in Wonderland writer Lewis Carroll.
Langridge told Comics Alliance: "I'd been toying with the idea of doing a web strip, gag-a-day format, with The Walrus and the Carpenter; I'd long wanted to do an adaptation of The Hunting of the Snark; and I was keen on the idea of trying my hand at some kind of original long, epic story.
"When Boom! asked me if I had any kid-friendly ideas lying around, I couldn't think of a single thing for a couple of weeks. It was ages before it occurred to me that I could mash all of those things together."
Langridge continued: "Nonsense and surrealism never get old; even if some of the specific references are Victorian, the fact that Carroll's work is set in a kind of timeless world keeps it from feeling too dated.
"I've always been a huge fan of the absurdist/surrealist streak that runs through British comedy, as in Monty Python and the Goons - that worldview is a constant presence in my comics - so that meshes with Carroll's sensibility fairly seamlessly."
Langridge is also working on an adaptation of John Carter: A Princess of Mars for Marvel Comics.
Snarked #0 will be released in August.