Posts Tagged ‘comic’

Defenders of the Planets #1

Thursday, June 29th, 2017


Defenders of the Planets issue one is now loose on the streets!

This first issue was co-written by Matt Brassfield and I with artwork also by yours truly. It’s an action/fantasy story based on the generic toyline from the ’80’s by the same name and is aimed at young adults and older.

Grab a copy today at finer comic shops in the Dayton area and beyond or by visiting Sparkle Comics online here!

Sparkle Comics

Sunday, January 15th, 2017

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I’ve been working on a comic for awhile that will finally see the light of day this Spring! It will come out through Sparkle Comics, the company launched by Matt Brassfield and I in late 2016.

Our first book, Shocking Macabre Theater #1 is in stores now! Grab a copy for yourself and embrace the spooky fun!

Also, check out the recent write up on Sparkle Comics from the Dayton Daily News here!

Sorry In Advance

Sunday, December 11th, 2016

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I just read a bunch of ‘What’s For Breakfast?’ (an excellent Far Side style comic strip by Boston artist Patt Kelley) and felt inspired to pay tribute to his work.

Check out his art and comics here.

Paper Girls

Sunday, June 5th, 2016

This is a drawing of Mac from Image’s Paper Girls that I did last night in celebration of the book’s return this week. Issue six hit the stands on Wednesday after a four month break in production and picks up where the cliffhanger at the end of the previous issue (or the very affordable trade paperback!) left us.

Paper Girls is a great comic written by Brian K. Vaughan and drawn by Cliff Chiang. It also has wonderful colors by Matt Wilson and top notch lettering and design by Jared K. Fletcher (I usually only take note of the writer and artist of a comic book but everyone involved in this project deserves credit for creating a truly great reading experience).

It’s about a troupe of newspaper delivery girls… and so, so much more.

Do yourself a favor and check it out if you haven’t yet!
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C-3P0

Sunday, May 15th, 2016

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There’s a Star Wars comic book that came out recently chronicling the adventure C3P0 went through to end up with that red arm he’s sporting in Force Awakens.

Although I have yet to read the comic, I’m pretty sure the story has nothing to do with him riding around on a My Little Pony, but I drew this image for my friend Reagan (age 4 and a half) to color as she’s a big fan of both properties.