Archive for April, 2012

Day Off Diary-April 19th

Friday, April 20th, 2012

The Veggie Dog Saturn Special

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

Almost a year in the making this is without a doubt the best issue of Veggie Dog Saturn! Features 8 collaborative stories by myself and such mini-comics giants as Kurt Dinse, Joe Grunenwald, Chris Hoium, Pat Kain, Jason Martin, Carrie McNinch, Brian John Mitchell and Eric Shonborn! As if that wasn’t enough there’s an amazing wraparound cover featuring the sweet sweet artwork of Jeff Potter and the coloring prowess of Wheeler Hall!

These little treasures retail for a mere $3 and will be available at SPACE this weekend in Columbus, Ohio as well as at Mavericks Cards and Comics in Kettering, Ohio. Or you could simply send the three bucks (postpaid) directly to me at Buyer Beware Comics po box 20083 Dayton, Oh. 45420 (or via paypal at

Easily the most exciting comic project I’ve ever been involved with featuring an insanely diverse mix of some of my absolute favorite mini-comics artists of all time. If you only ever buy one comic from me this is the one. I’ll die a happy man because of this thing!

Veggie Dog Saturn #6

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

Veggie Dog Saturn #6 is hot off the press! I’ll be selling them this weekend at SPACE in Columbus, Ohio but if for some reason you can’t make it to the show (and shame on you if you can’t) you can still get a copy either by stopping in Mavericks Cards and Comics in Kettering, Ohio, by sending it to my paypal address (which is or by sending $3 to me at Buyer Beware Comics po box 20083 Dayton, Oh. 45420.

This issue recounts my first trip to the beautiful of Chicago way back in 1993. It’s over thirty pages of bomb threats, underage drinking and Chicago Comicon bliss written and drawn by yours truly and featuring the wraparound cover seen here.

Makes excellent coaster!

Day Off Diary-April 17th

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

Day Off Diary-April 14th and 15th

Monday, April 16th, 2012

We went to visit my Uncle Charlie who has been taking radiation treatments for his cancer. To see him you would never even guess he’s sick. He’s a tough old country boy and a sweet man to boot. I’d be thrilled to be half as awesome when I’m his age.