Dungeon Prowler is the cat’s meow

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…

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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…

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Robots Replace Man!

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

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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.

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