April 20th, 2016
On Saturday May 7th We Care Arts will be hosting a Garden Party from 10 am until 2 pm here in Kettering, Ohio.
I won’t be there as it is Free Comic Book Day and therefore will be handing out free comics at Mavericks. But if you’re in the area you should totally make a day out of it and visit We Care AND Mavericks!
Pick up some stuff for a Mother’s Day gift (which is the very next day)!
I painted this flower pot featuring my favorite Dark Lord of the Sith that will be for sale at We Care on the 7th.
For more info on The Garden Party and We Care Arts click here.
April 1st, 2016
A couple of years ago my friend Kenn Minter mentioned that he’d be interested in collaborating on a comic together and I said sure! The idea was for each of us to produce a dirty, low brow story that might not have a place in our regular publications. I agreed and off we went to work on them!
As it happens, life has a way of punching you in the gut from time to time and when it did so to me I kind of forgot about the whole thing for awhile. Well, I bounced back and last year asked Kenn if he was still down for working on the book. Luckily he was indeed and we were able to put this little gem together for your reading pleasure.
It contains two autobiographical short stories, one written by Kenn and drawn by me and one written by me and drawn by Kenn (plus a bonus one page comic written and drawn by me) all if full color! That’s right, my very first full color comic!
It will be making it’s debut at S.P.A.C.E. in Columbus next weekend so if you’re at the show be sure to stop by my table and pick up a copy. If you can’t make it you can always purchase a copy for $4 postage included thru paypal at veggiedogsaturn (at) gmail (dot) com or through the tried and true method of sending well concealed cash to me at 3315 S. Smithville Rd. Dayton, Oh. 45420.
My friend Goo digs it.
December 3rd, 2015
Last weekend was Genghis Con in scenic Lakewood, Ohio and I went there to sell some comics and become a millionaire. Above you can see the sweet show space that was on the second floor of an old warehouse called the Lake Erie Building.
My pal Nate McDonough was there…
As were the fellas from Cowboy House. Here we see Fred Frances and Mike Madsen wondering where their cohort Jeff Gibbons wandered off to this time (probably to score some crack in the parking lot).
Here’s me with a sweet old car that was just hanging out there.
And here’s a shot of my table and neighbors. On the Left is Joe Kuth and that’s John Bailey on the right. Talked with both about music for awhile during the show. Nice guys and swell cartoonists too.
Had a good time hanging out at the show and traveling with my pal Eric. So much great artwork and awesome cartoonists in one place. Looking forward to next year’s show!