Monday, May 16, 2016


Irregular Shop, an adventure comedy horror comic book by Shane Lewis and me just hit the Kickstarter this weekend. It's a lot of fun, and has some really cool characters. We've been developing it for almost a year now, and I've had a blast drawing this bizarre world Shane scripted. If you like your comics on the weird and wild side, this is the book for you. Please visit the Kickstarter, watch the video, and read all about it. Consider backing it! Along with the 60 page book, you can get a whole bunch of cool rewards. Thanks! KICKSTARTER LINK

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Creative Digest

Hey Creative Digest just interviewed me about my work! Check it out!

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Heavy Metal

Hey I entered that Heavy Metal Cover contest. Score me a 5 and I'll buy you whatever you want with the winnings? VOTE HERE

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Broadsword P.I. #5

Last year Joshua Wolper told me he wanted to write more Broadsword stories. And I was thick into a major classic kung fu film marathon, having just discovered them on Hulu. So I was all for it, as long as I could write an homage to "The Avenging Eagles." So many text chats with him and Hari Ravi later, a new issue started to take shape. To broaden the Broadsword world we enlisted some artist friends like Mutant Comix, Vince Andrews, and MetalSnail. We also have a pinup from Loo Chin Choong on the contents page. It's been a lot of fun seeing this take form through the last few months. Check it out and let us know what you think?

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Convention of the Gods

Check out a story I did for Disposable Fiction Comics this month. Written by Jack Wallace and colors by Chris Allen. Had a lot of fun on this one! :) READ IT HERE

Monday, March 21, 2016

Not Casual Wear

Hey buddies, I've been doing some tshirts for this company called 'Not Casual Wear.' Their website just went LIVE. If you like my art, and/or video games and comics, then this is a good way to get a high quality shirt to show your love! Order them right here. And you can also see the designs here. Thanks!

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

MOTH on Comixology

Moth is a graphic novel adaptation of a play written by Declan Greene with art by me. Up until now it has only been available as a special gift for subscribers of The Cincinnati Review. I'm really proud of this work and hope you'll check it out. You can get it right here.
MOTH is the story of Anime-obsessed Sebastian and art-freak Claryssa as they awkwardly navigate the cruel social hierarchy of high school. A horrific event on the school's athletic field threatens their friendship and sends Sebastian on an apocalyptic mission, whereby fantasy and reality intermingle with dangerous consequences. Written with dark wit that's ultimately after your heart, MOTH is an exploration of friendship, adolescence, loss, and mental illness.

Monday, February 15, 2016

Galaxy Girl on Bleeding Cool

Andrew Taylor (Galaxy Girl Creator/ Writer/ Cover Artist) wrote an article on Bleeding Cool about Galaxy Girl. In it he shares some great advice for comic creators and readers. He also writes some really nice stuff about the artists in this anthology including ME. Check it out!

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Galaxy Girl Valentine's Day Cards

Colors by Andrew Taylor and drawn by me. You can download 4 different versions at full res here!
Happy Valentine's Day!

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Galaxy Girl

Hey everyone! I'm part of a super cool Kickstarter this month called "Galaxy Girl."
Please click here and consider backing it! You'll get a hilarious and fun comic with art by Catia Fantini, Sid Quade, and ME.

Here's what Andrew Taylor, the creator/writer/cover artist says about the project: Let's be honest. Galaxy Girl is basically my love letter to FLCL and Rick and Morty. Sure, I came up with my own characters and collaborated with artists rather than writing a fan-fiction, but the basis for the character dynamic comes from these two shows that I love. Galaxy Girl is an unpredictable narcissist from outer space who is completely abusing and taking advantage of her young and enamored captive, Norman. Together they go on fantastic adventures in the colorful far-reaches of outer space. In the four short stories featured in Issue 1, Galaxy Girl, Norman, and Steve the Robot refuel on a deserted asteroid, play laser tag on a vibrant jungle world, and are pursued by the evil Cephaloids and the Department of Homeland Security alike. In the end, Galaxy Girl intends to dissect Norman for ALIEN SCIENCE, a fact she is perfectly upfront about, but let us not focus on the destination, dear readers, for the fun is in the journey!