January 13, 2017 § Leave a comment
Two-fisted sci-fi action in the Amazon jungle!
When an alien spaceship crashes in the Amazon jungle, local politics become world affairs, and small town crime becomes big business! Now, a dangerous alien technology has been stolen, and a poor, young street fighter must choose between the menacing crime boss who hired him and Jesus Mendoza, the neighborhood hero he’s been hired to kill. « Read the rest of this entry »
June 24, 2015 § Leave a comment
Inking is finally complete on my latest graphic novel, a gripping tale of international intrigue and mystery that I have yet to name. For now I’ve been calling by the codename “Project Orbiter”, but that’s only because it sounds cooler than “Untitled.”
This is the same 90-page project « Read the rest of this entry »
May 4, 2015 § Leave a comment
Thanks to everyone who showed up for Saturday’s signing and to everyone who helped spread the word! Everyone had a great time. I shared the Bookstore Day signing with two current bookbook employees: Jacob Silverman, who was signing his nonfiction book Terms of Service, and Arman Safa, who was signing his novelette, At Ken’s Expense.
If you missed the event, all three books are still available at bookbook! Thanks again!
February 10, 2015 § Leave a comment
When an alien spaceship crashed in the Amazon jungle, local politics became world affairs, and small town crime got a shot at big business. Now, a dangerous alien technology has been stolen, and a poor, young street fighter must choose between the menacing crime boss who hired him and Jesus Mendoza, the neighborhood hero he’s been hired to kill.
No release date yet, but stay tuned for more details. In the meantime, you can preview the first eight pages here!
Be sure to check out Under Belly Comics and their other releases!
October 10, 2014 § Leave a comment
Marvel took to Times Square to announce their new year-long “event,” a rehashing, I mean, relaunching of Secret Wars, by Hickman and Ribic. Just a couple months after Mark Waid makes fun of DC’s Future’s End for copying Days of Future Past, Marvel seems to be making their own version of Crisis on Infinite Earths. How many Thors and Captain Americas are in the above illustration? I see the Daredevil from Gaiman’s Marvel 1602. Who else do you see?
Not only is this hero vs. hero crap the reason why I can’t read X-Men anymore, but I think the multiverse is getting to be as tired and overused in comics as time travel. In comics, time travel and multiverse hopping actually happens more than those well-worn “gimmicks” of characters having a baby or getting married.
Let’s take a moment to be nostalgic about the days gone by of multiverse sci-fi:
October 1, 2014 § Leave a comment
As happens with so many project goals, Life has other plans.
I started this 40 Day Graphic Novel because a few film projects got stalled, and I wanted to make good use of the time. But when some unscheduled writing assignments came up, well, my solo project didn’t really take precedence.
Final score: on Day 41 I have 45 pages of line art, not a bad start to a 90-page work. If my schedule goes as expected (which, again, they never do) I ought to have a complete work in Spring of next year.
Thanks for checking out my mini comic marathon. Sorry I didn’t update more, but that other work was taking up the time.
Please check out my first graphic novel MetaMorphosis, now in a tangle print format!