Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Janus Lu! This was one of those projects that was done for pure fun and to have it in the very first issue of The Charleston Anvil is both an honor and a great pleasure! You can get your digital and print copies right here.
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
The last issue of the "A Dozen Deaths" story arc is up on Comixology today. Check it out right HERE
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Broadsword #3 hits the digital shelves today with 3 more stories of weird hard-boiled fantasy. This one might be my fav since it contains the 'Bad Seafood' story, which was written pretty much on a train ride where we laughed ourselves silly. It also contains maybe the weirdest story of the set 'Star Power,' written entirely as a song. That one took many meetings of the Bsword Bros to get just right. We hope you dig it! Download it here for a measly buck!
Friday, August 21, 2015
I had a lot of fun collaborating with Annie Christain on "Mayfly Satellites." Her poem is dark, strange, creepy, and mysterious and it was a great experience working with her, discussing the imagery and getting the tone and mood right for this animatic. She supplied me with tons of reference imagery that I was able to spring off of with my skritchy skratchy pens and watercolors. Her choice of using the music of Dan Deacon was inspired and was the last piece of the puzzle. The poem is based partly on the story of The Memphis Three... the rest is up to your imagination....
Thursday, August 6, 2015
I've been working with Shane for the past couple of months on "Save the Gem City." It's been a wild ride and a heck of a lot of fun. He just wrote this article for Crunchy Roll on the writing process which also features some previews of our work. Well done Mr. Lewis! Read the full article here.
Wednesday, August 5, 2015
Friday, July 10, 2015
Many hilarious and late night story jams with the "Broadsword Bros" made this into one of the most fun projects I've ever worked on. And let's not forget the beautiful and mysterious artist: 'Ru' who did the cover in full on Frazetta mode. And a shout out to JC Mcnamee who made an incredible map of the land known as 'El Spragdea." Now the epic is broken into 4 issues on Comixology. Issue #1 of the "Dozen Deaths" story arc is now available here. We hope you enjoy it! And remember: "Some comic book heroes live forever... others die all the time."
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Lots of FUN going on right now. VOTE for it here. Muchos thanks!! Now back to "Save the Gem City"... more on this later...