Hello out there!
Well SPX 2013 has come and gone. I’m very glad to have finally participated in this show, after years of hearing about it.
A commission I did for a Hellboy sketchbook (I cheated and did Amazing Screw-On Head)
Original Pancake House w/Josh Shalek (nicest guy in comics)
Everyone was extremely kind in Bathesda, MD. Thanks to everyone who came by the table to say hi and bought some comics!
So… I had the chance to do a nice interview with the folks over at IndieReader.com. We talked a bit about my process, why I make comics, stuff I’m reading, etc. Take a gander:
Thanks to Steve Urena for the fantastic interview questions!
So hey. I finally broke down and did it. I got a Twitter. And a Tumblr. If you are someone who follows those things, please follow me. Be gentle though… I’m new at this.
And some links should be showing up at the bottom of this page now… I think?
MOMENT of ZEN
Thanks ya’ll for reading!
Quick post here to let everyone know I’ll be at Small Press eXpo this weekend in Bathseda, Maryland! I’m very excited, as I’ve heard great things about this show ever since I started exhibiting at cons. It also helps that it’ll be a room full of amazing artists whose work I love and respect. It’s especially good to see some of the Panel Savants there:
Along with my good pals:
Here is a map of where to find us this weekend:
Please come by and say hi! If you mention the blog, I’ll have some free swag for you!
New episode of Back Issues is up! Justin and I put a bullet in the head of Spider-Man: Kraven’s Last Hunt. Well worth a listen, as it’s the first book we didn’t gush over:
Yeah, still plugging away. Here is today’s snippet:
A new pal, Scott Kroll, posted a very cool short sci fi story. Please take a look:
I really like this:
Hope to see some of you this weekend! A full report will follow after the show!
Geez, where did August go?
Sorry for the lack up updates. It’s been a busy month of drawing, work, drawing, concerts, drawing, friends, and drawing. Couple neat things…
9 QUESTIONS WITH MAX MILLER
The extremely talented Max Miller was kind enough to ask me 9 questions on his blog, which I did my best to answer:
Wizard World Chicago has come and gone. Though I think the show itself is not fantastic, I did get a chance to hang with pals Daniel Warren Johnson (Space-Mullet) and Mike Mano (Princess Bride illustrator). It was good times. And I had the fortune of meeting a new artist whose work impressed me a lot:
We had a good chat about Durer, engravings, and medieval art in general. Check his stuff out!
Other than that, I’ve been working on Victus #2 and enjoying the summer. Here is my life in pictures:
Said hi to Hokusai too
Made a couple trips to Doughnut Vault this month… drool…Enjoying the cloudy days in Chicago lately
Thanks for checking in ya’ll! Some new stuff is headed your way next week so come back and visit!