All right, time to let the cat out of the bag–what a terrible idiom–and show off the second brand new comic book I will be debuting this weekend at MICE in Cambridge, Mass. Right, it’s called…
Not to be repetitive, but it’s called Dungeon Prowler. It’s an all-ages comic about a kitty cat called Lurk who accidentally ends up lost inside a cave. Unfortunately for him, that cave turns out to be more dungeon-like than anything else. In the darkness, he befriends a mouse, and together, the two of them will find a way back to the surface. Time is of the essence because, honestly, leftover tuna juice is of the essence back home for Lurk.
Here’s a couple sample pages if you’re curious for more…
I’ll be exhibiting at MICE this upcoming weekend–look for me around the corner at Table D10, in Doucet Hall–and I have two new comic books debuting at the show. Today, I’ll reveal one of them, which is a sister product to DINOSAURS EAT MAN, a book of short comics on those terrible lizards that I did a few years ago. Allow me to push your “alert” button and show you…
ROBOTS REPLACE MAN
This is another short collection of themed comics, all of them focusing on the metal machines that will probably be controlling us in a matter of years. The jokes range from bad bad to good bad, and your mileage may, of course, vary. I personally think I’m a riot.
Now I can’t give away all the comics in this newly crafted creation of mine, but here’s a couple examples below to whet your whistle. Lastly, if you’re in Massachusetts over the weekend and like all things comics-related, do stop by and see what’s going on at MICE! It’s free and open to the public. You can’t beat that.
Also, stay tuned to find out more about my other new book!
My contributor’s copy of Dead Singers Society Vol. 2 arrived recently, all the way from the United Kingdom! Pixie was pretty excited, as you can see in the below shots. Also, enjoy a sneak peek of the comic I did on Sam Cooke.
Welcome to my refurbished yet forever and constantly in the works website!
Give me enough time, and I’ll figure out what all the buttons do here, as well as how to make silly things, like my reviews of the numerous hot dog places I’ve visited, even sillier.
Right now, let me draw your attention towards Death, Divorce, and Disney, which is a long-form comic I’m working on that explores the ups and downs of my life over the last few years, as well as journaling the trip to Walt Disney World my sisters and I took recently. The first chapter is up for reading.
That’s all for now, though I do hope to update this blog like a blog should be updated…y’know, somewhat frequently.