Category Archives: comic books

An illustrated short story!

Coming soon to a blog near you…well, this blog actually. But feel free to share it – the REAL story about Oregon and slugs. This is the teaser trailer. I’ll post the entire 11 page story when I figure out … Continue reading

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Are there comic books in the future?

Here’s an interesting essay from the Publisher of Image Comics about the history of the comic book industry and what the future might look like. Go read it if you are interested in the publishing world of comics. I think … Continue reading

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Very Big Computers…

Screens just keep getting bigger.

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Superheroes!

On it’s way in May, the first of several books I illustrated that are coming out this year. Right now I am busy illustrating a picture book I wrote that comes out next year and writing books that I have no … Continue reading

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It’s that Font time of year.

If you are looking for fonts to help create your must-make comic project in 2016, shop now because Comic Craft’s Big Sale is on till the end of the day. Every font is $20.16. Even the $19 ones!

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Mr. Bumerichov – a scrolling short story

If you enjoyed this little short story, you might also enjoy my ebooks available at the iBooks store for $1.99. The Thing with No Head and The Boy Who Was Swallowed by a Tiger.

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The last pages of Robot Boys.

Here are pages 5 and 6 that I inked and colored of Robot Boys. The story had a lot of interesting elements for me, but it seemed to lack a focus as to who the audience was. It was a little … Continue reading

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