Category Archives: comic books

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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4 pages of something that will probably never be finished

Here are 4 pages from a project that I don’t think I will be finishing. So often a project starts to come together. I write outlines, maybe even a first draft and I try some pages out to see what … Continue reading

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Kickstarter This Awesome Book

Erik Johnson has a new Kickstarter for a fascinating and funky little book that is part graphic novel, part art book, part endless opera cycle. It’s an idea born from putting a bunch of genres and formats into a blender … Continue reading

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Batman. Bat who?

  Here is a great post by Mark Evanier that examines the creation of Batman. But it’s also a nice essay about what it means to create something. In the world of comic books this an important and complicated issue. We have … Continue reading

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