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!

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Dark Inspiration

Writer Daniel Alexander and I have started a Gothic Horror webcomic called: "Dark Inspiration."
Read it here.
Patreon it here.
Check it out and let us know what you think!

Dark Inspiration is a webcomic based on works of gothic literature such as FrankensteinDracula, and others. It takes characters from these stories and mixes them together in an original story.

The story begins with a new academic year and Victor Frankenstein arrives at the Academy for Gifted Intellects, eager to learn and uphold his family legacy. He soon discovers, however, that the Academy itself is in turmoil as various powers within seek to manipulate and control him as they believe that he will be the greatest mind the Academy has ever known.

Amongst this chaos, Victor finds a friend in his roommate, Henry Clerval, and in one of the Academy’s few female students, Elizabeth Lavenza. The three bond together to help change the Academy and bring it back to what it once was.

But other forces are lurking beneath the surface, forces that seek to tear the Academy apart and send the entire world back into an age of ignorance, superstition, and fear.

Friday, January 15, 2016

Monster Ghostbusters

Just completed this collabo with Not Casual Wear. Tshirt available soon!

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

"Out of the Blue: Campfire Tales" and "Santa's Favorite Tales"

Yee-ha! Starting 2016 off right. Together with Walter Ostlie, we've got a short story published in Stache's "Out of the Blue: Campfire Tales." It's over a hundred pages of great horror stories by a host of talented cartoonists. I also have an illustration in Vizyon's "Santa's Favorite Tales." This one is around sixty pages of "holiday comics for grown up kids."
Fun stuff!
And excited to be included!

To order digital or print copies of these nice looking puppies go to:
Out of the Blue
Santa's Favorite Tales

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Save the Gem City #1- on Comixology

Writer Shane Lewis and I have been working hard on this the past few months, and it's exciting to finally be able to share it on Comixology today. Skagators (Aligators that listen to Ska), explosive toilets, and evil Glam Rock Spiders are just some of the reasons I had to draw this one. Download it, trust me, you'll have fun in this world!

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Hambot in The Charleston Anvil

Hamlet starring robots and condensed into 8 pages of comics. They're all here: Ro-pheila, LRTZ, Claudroid and many more. All illustrated gorgeously in B&W by a man born to draw it, who goes by the name of Robotsketch on Deviant Art: 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.
The kids approve! (Ok I told him he'd get ice cream if he smiled, but trust me, when he has to do a paper on Hamlet in a few years he's gonna be happy he had Hambot sitting on the shelf!)

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Broadsword, P.I. #4

The last issue of the "A Dozen Deaths" story arc is up on Comixology today. Check it out right HERE
It's not over though. Broadsword will return! We're cooking up some more ideas for 2016 right now, and will keep you posted!

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Broadsword, P.I. #3

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

Mayfly Satellites

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....