in living color!

i just got the final color pages for a 4-page back-up story i wrote and drew for joe keatinge’s image comics series, hell yeah!  i think it’s going to be in issue 9 or 10, later in the year.  the coloring was done by catherine peach, who did an amazing job!

monsterbattlein other news, i interviewed zack soto for the trip city podcast, which i am becoming a regular interviewer guy for.  you can listen to it here, or on itunes.

tcpodcasttemplate28-550x458speaking of trip city, i am working on a new comic that i’m going to serialize on there in april.  i’ll also do a limited edition print run of the whole 28-page story to sell at the stumptown comics fest at the end of april.  expect some preview images for that soon!

Happy VD!!!

here are a couple of drawings i made to celebrate the holiday of love.  first up is a promotional illustration i did for the dave’s killer bread facebook page:


and here’s a card i made for a real special lady:

vd1happy valentine’s day, everyone!

sneak peak: the gigantor-tron

Here’s an early first look at a short project that will see print later in the year.  It’s a 4-page backup story for Joe Keatinge’s series, Hell Yeah!, published by Image comics.  It will be in full color, provided by Catherine Peach, the greatest colorist on planet Earth.  The publication date is still a ways away so expect a few more preview panels between now and then, in color next time!


it’s a new year!

loisblogit’s a new year and one thing i am gonna really push myself to do is start blogging again!  first up is a little plug for a project i contributed to over the summer, lois #2.  it’s a collection of short autobiographical stories written by lois gilbert.  it also includes a short story written by harvey pekar that i illustrated.

harveyblogthe other artist on lois #2 was gary dumm, and the cover was illustrated by dean haspiel!  you can purchase it here!  you can see more previews of the pages i drew in the comics section of this website, along with a bunch of other new stuff, as the whole thing was recently updated and now features work that is less than 4 years old.  feel free to poke around!