comics and art
TECHNICAL DIFFICULTY. THE IMAGES BELOW ARE NOT SHOWING UP UNLESS YOU CLICK ON THE BOXES ABOVE THE CAPTIONS. OR VIEW THE PAGES IN A FACEBOOK PHOTO ALBUM: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151226407173697.455397.669623696&type=3 I’ve blogged about my New Year’s themed comic in the past, but I only printed two pages of it. Now, here it is in it’s entirety. The scans […]
In my previous post, I talked about how one of my earliest sketchbook comics (shane #4: Season Finale) came about. After completing that project, I went through a more intense than usual phase phase of carryying a sketchbook with me nearly everytime I went out in public — to coffee shops, to restraunts, to musical performances and parties, but mostly during this period […]
shane # 4 was the product of an exercise to prepare for 24 Hour Comics Day 2005. The idea was to fill up two entire sketchbooks (150 pages each) with comics as quickly as possible. It was not important to tell a story or even to include word. I just divided the pages into […]
This piece is called “I Miss the Old Universe.” Alternate universes, time travel and continuity reboots, death and rebirth are some of the themes represented here that tend to recurr in my work. It appears on the cover of shane # 7 (Out of print. Only a few copies remain.) It is also available as a full […]
The eighth issue of shane (May 2011) featured a story titled “Happy New Year,” about a young man working as a waiter who looks back on the past year, thinks about his pprospects for the next year and wonders if a new year is something he should be celebrating. This is one of the stories […]
The title of this piece is “Escape from Blanderburg.” It is available as a full color, signed and numbered print in 8.5X11 and 11X14 versions. The smaller one is available for $11 postpaid, mailed flat, and the larger one ships in a poster tube for $20 postpaid. For ordering information, email me: email@example.com.
This is a comic I did based on an inspiring quote from Robert Henri, as a tribute to Charles M. Schulz. It first appeared in shane #1. It was reprinted as a print in 8.5X11 and 11X14 versions. The smaller is frequently available in the shane Starter Pack and the larger is available in a poster […]