Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Stumptown News..New Comic and Too Many God Damn Draculas


The Stumptown Comics fest is finally this weekend. If you make it to Portland, I will be at TABLE A-13 with Max Clotfelter, Kelly Froh and Erolyn Franklin. I was already really looking forward to it, but then I found out that my hero Micheal Kupperman will be there on Saturday signing books to promote his new "Tales To Thrizzle". I feel lightheaded and I'm so excited.'

My latest comic is an autobiographical one. Seldom do I ever do auto-biographical comics. I just don't like talking about myself I guess. The next Kindlin' Quarterly anthology issue is all auto-biographical comics, so i decided to draw the tale of my first memory of suffering for my art. Here it is..."The Cub Scout"

And 2012 anthology TOO MANY GOD DAMN DRACULAS is starting to come together. I put together a string of posts on my tumblr account of some of the cool stuff you can expect to see in it. Here!!!

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

My Girl and some new stuff for sale

My upcoming anthology that I've been kicking around for a few months, "Too Many God Damn Draculas", is finally starting to come together with a trickle of comics by various people. Here's one of the couple of my own comics I had planned on including, which was inspired by...being really tired the other day. If you're interested in contributing, all the details are in my older blog post here.

Last year when I did The Short Run Comic Expo in Seattle, I made some wizard beards as kind of a fun gimmicky thing to go along with my popular mini "The Wizard." Unfortunately I sold out of all them beards, except for the one that I wore to a Halloween party. (That still has a bit of throw up on it from partying too hard heh.) This year, in addition to the "I Love You Sticker Set" I had last year, I'll also be selling some kick ass mini buttons based on my "Monosters" print I did around Halloween. They'll be at the Stumptown show when I go, but you can also buy the buttons or the stickers at my new zazzle shop. Below are a couple examples of the 8 button set.