I’ll be debuting my new comic RED FLAG at my table at the Maine Comics Arts Festival (MeCAF) in gorgeous Portland, Maine on May 18, 2014. Come on by to say hello, chat, and buy some of my work if you like!
I’ll post more information on my table location when I have it. See you in Portland!
ships that make my heart flutter
→Dick Grayson/Damian Wayne
Basically these issues were some of my favorite DC comics in a very long time. Such an amazing run.
I think it’s time to reread ‘em. Especially after Forever Evil :/
Forever Evil #6 - papabat is here
The bottom panel made me go all bugeyed. I was like, IS BATMAN STROKING HIS FACE? WHAT IS GOING ON? I mean, yey :3
When I hear someone mention star trek
Seeing some of the ads on Freelanced.com for people wanting comic artists just makes me hate my industry more and more, and in turn just makes me hate everything else in general.
Three hundred bucks to draw a 500-strip book? A thousand bucks for six…
Signal boosting. Too many comic book artists and cartoonists vastly undervalue their work. I know we’re not considered “fine artists,” but seriously, do not give your work away like this. You are worth MUCH MORE.
Some samples from the cosplay comic I submitted to the Subcultures anthology. The story compares and contrasts two separate occasions when I cosplayed (well, I’ve cosplayed more than that, but these were very opposite experiences) — from a total unknown obscure character to one that was very popular and recognizable.
I actually hand-lettered most of this comic (with the Ames guide and everything!) and it was a very educational experience. I definitely made some mistakes and learned from ‘em!
Reblog FOR GREAT JUSTICE! Teaser for my upcoming submission to the Subcultures anthology comic!
BE NICER TO THAT TABLE
If you’ve been following me on Twitter or Instagram the last few months (and you should!), you’d probably noticed that I’ve been working furiously on my new comic, Red Flag, which I will debut at MeCAF this spring. Here is the official description for Red Flag:
Red Flag is about the lengths we go to pursue our dreams and ambitions, the degree to which we’ll tolerate hardships to hang on to those…
"through the mothers’ hair, their children are born"
I met Corey at last year’s MeCAF – he was literally the first person I introduced myself to when I walked through the doors of the con! And we’ve basically been friends ever since. Corey has a wonderful comic series called “The Capture of Bigfoot” — which you can buy right here: http://www.indyplanet.com/front/?product=the-capture-of-bigfoot-1
He also recently launched a podcast called “Maybe…