Every now and then I like to stop and give an overview for all of our new followers–and there are a lot of you! For those of you who are new to this blog, or are trying to figure out who I am and what I do: this post is for you. HELLO. MY NAME … Read more
Today is Free Comic Book Day! Be sure to stop by your local comic shop and get your free comics! Not sure where your local comic book shop is? Use this fancy comic shop locator to find out. Did I mention that my vampire character, Harold, has his own four-page story in Top Shelf’s free … Read more
Check out this one-page bicycle comic I made for SLUG Magazine as part of National Bike Month. (A big thanks to Ricky for the opportunity!) Also: don’t forget that tomorrow is Free Comic Book Day!
FREE COMICS This Saturday is Free Comic Book Day! It’s just what it sounds like: comic shops all across the U.S. are handing out comics for free. It’s practically a holiday for comics-lovers! What? You don’t believe me? Just ask Hugh Jackman: See? I told you it was a real event. Anyway… GET MY COMIC … Read more
You’ll need the Emanata Comics app (free for iOS and Android) to read it, but I think this comic looks pretty slick on screen.
GUEST AUTHORS & ILLUSTRATORS One of the great joys in my life is when I get to visit schools and libraries to talk with students about writing, drawing, and making comics. I loved it when guest authors and illustrators visited my schools! It was an education to see the creator’s work in person, and to be … Read more
Here’s an interesting article I read on self-publishing–specifically on self-publishing comics. Although I don’t agree with everything Stef says, and I certainly don’t work in the same format, size, run, etc. she did, a lot of the information is extremely useful for beginners. It’s a great overview of what really goes into self-publishing a comic, … Read more
Trent Kaniuga is the creator of the widely popular web comic (and soon to be game) Twilight Monk. Trent is often asked about his process for drawing, lettering, and composing pages, and he recently created a video to show how he does just that. It’s great insight for anyone interested in creating their own comic, … Read more
My Comic is not a Comic Have you been following my new web comic, Jack Tinn and the Aquanauts? Well, I have some news for you: my comic is not a comic. What is Jack Tinn? I don’t expect many people to know about Jack Tinn yet, since I’ve only been sharing the comic online since … Read more
I recently got to talk with Marty Mulrooney of Alternative Magazine Online about my graphic novel, Upside Down: A Vampire Tale. I’ve been following AMO for a while now, and it was great chatting with Marty about writing, style, inspiration, and what’s next. Read the full interview here. Related articles Upside Down: A Vampire Tale Preview (comicsworthreading.com) Free … Read more