Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Have you visited THE DOWNSIDE lately?

 Every week, on my Patreon, among other things, I put up two strips from a comic I call Downside. These comics are later posted to, with new strips every Tuesday and Thursday.

#0289 just posted yesterday, and I wanted to share it with you...

There's plenty more -- 298 and counting -- over at the linked blog above! Go! Check 'em out! Share with your friends! Join the Patreon if you want to see them first!

And thanks, folks!

Sunday, March 26, 2023

C2E2! Saturday, April 1! See you there?

 Remember folks, I will be at C2E2 on April 1 and April 1 only, hanging out at Dave Wheeler's table! I'll be sketching, signing, and I'll have some books on me. Stop by!

(And don't let me not being there the rest of the weekend stop you from visiting Dave--one of the nicest guys in comics--and checking out his all-ages superhero wares!)

Saturday, March 25, 2023

New Series: TMNT Saturday Morning Adventures... CONTINUES!

Hey, folks!

Well, I know there hasn't been a big fancy press release, but it's been in the Previews catalog for a few weeks now, so I think it's safe to say TMNT Saturday Morning Adventures is returning for an ongoing series!

The first two issues feature the Turtles against the Rat King, who has developed the ability to control reptiles...

The first issue drops in MAY, and if you haven't already, run down to your local comic shop and ask that they hold you a copy! 

Here's the order code:


I can't thank you all enough for this -- it's because of your embracing of the miniseries that we're coming back for more!

It may be a cliche, but this calls for a cowabunga.

Friday, February 17, 2023

Godzilla: Rise Up shortlisted for an Excelsior Award!


Godzilla Monsters & Protectors: Rise Up by me, Dan Schoening, and Luis Antonio Delgado, the middle-grade Godzilla series from IDW Publishing, was shortlisted for an Excelsior Award recently -- a neat award where the winner in our category is ultimately decided by school-aged readers!

I'm always happy to contribute in any small way towards kids reading more, and I'm very proud (and humbled, I've seen the other nominees).

For more on the Excelsior Awards, check out: