Happy October! I thought it would be fun to celebrate the new month and the release of my first graphic novel, Upside Down: A Vampire Tale, with a fun activity page that can be printed at home, and shared online. Click the word search to see it at full-size and print out copies for the family, your … Read more
Yesterday I approved the proof of Upside Down: A Vampire Tale with Top Shelf and the printer, and the book has been sent to press! Exciting! With just 39 days until October arrives, I’m finding that there is still a lot of work to be done. While we wait, I thought I’d share some more about … Read more
I’ve decided to go on a book tour this fall to celebrate the release of my first graphic novel, Upside Down: A Vampire Tale (out from Top Shelf Productions this October)! Thanks so much for all the feedback, suggestions, and responses to last week’s Help Me Plan My Book Tour (Part I). I’M GOING APE Upside Down: A Vampire … Read more
Top Shelf Productions just announced the release of their Kids Club App (available now on iTunes). “It’s a completely free app that lets you browse and purchase digital versions of our all-ages graphic novels – including several titles at launch, and many more coming soon!” You can also download a free copy of this year’s … Read more
Quick recap of some fun things that are happening right now: 1) My artwork was featured on the Conan O’Brien show and today Team Coco was kind enough to post a profile of me and my work on their site. I’ve drawn 75 drawings of Conan over the last three months, one for each episode … Read more
For nearly three months now I have been drawing a portrait of the late night talk show host Conan O’Brien—one for each and every single episode of his show since May 15. To date I have made 62 pictures of our friend Coco and plan on drawing a new portrait, each episode, until this October … Read more
Had these babies printed a while back for Free Comic Book Day. I’ve been passing them out at schools and library presentations, and the conventions and symposiums I’ve been presenting at. What do you think?