Posts Tagged ‘Jason Young’

Blue Devil

Tuesday, February 17th, 2015

My pal Eric gave me my first Blue Devil comic the other day and I thought it was a really fun read. Kind of reminded me of a precursor to Concrete or Hellboy.

This is a comic I see a lot in cheap bins at shows, if you’re looking for a fun ’80’s superhero read, I recommend it.

This Isn’t Meant To Be Offensive

Monday, February 9th, 2015

When you spend equal amounts of time reading Buddhist text and listening to ’80’s hair metal this can happen.


Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

When I was ten or twelve I drew lots of stuff. Mostly skulls and wrestlers and ninjas and animals with guns.

This is a book of 30 pages of just that, culled from a pile of my drawings I recently unearthed that somehow survived for the last quarter century in my Mom’s basement.

I’m proud to say, looking through this collection the only thing that gives me a similar feeling is flipping through a Rob Liefeld comic.

So I guess that’s a win.

$4 postpaid to anywhere in the U.S.

The Batman

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

My good friend Eric and I looked through my Batman comic collection tonight and then I drew this sketch.

These things happen.


Sunday, January 25th, 2015

I recently read the first issue of a great mini comic called ‘Bastard’ from Belgian cartoonist Max de Radigues.

It’s about a boy named Eugene and his mother who are on the run… from what exactly, I’m not sure. It’s suspenseful, cute, well crafted and I highly recommend it.

Although he’s done ten issues thus far, only the first has been translated into English and can be ordered from the mighty Oily Comics (who also carry Max’s ‘Moose’ series which is one of my all time favorite mini-comics)!

Check out Max’s site here.

Visit Oily comics here.