The Eccentrix is gonna be BOSS!
We’re jetting out the gate with a great foreword by 6-time-in-one-night Harvey Award nominated writer James Asmus and some great colors by Nick Wentland!
We can’t wait to show more, but we’re going to have to. You know, to build anticipation.
The fine folks at Pulpcast.net had me on their show to talk The Dead, Eccentrix, Broken Icon Comics and lots of other comic-type stuffs. Thanks to Josh & Adam for hosting, and Heidi for getting in touch.
We’re announcing a new special section to The Dead trade paperback called “Meanwhiles”, which will basically show snapshots of other rooms within the House. These glimpses will be illustrated by a range of talented artist friends, and so far they are looking great!
Check out a sneak peek at just a few of the images that will make up this section above from artists David Stoll, Tressina Bowling, Justin Stewart and Vladimir Popov!
The Dead is featured on a the ComiXology Submit Horror Sale!
Check it out and get 50% off the price, but do so now! After today, it’ll be gone!
Nightmare Unknown was just posted to ComiXology!
Go get your copy today, and help spread the word!
The Pullbox did a review for Nightmare Unknown from Broken Icon Comics!
“Overall, a pretty clever little creation…”
CLICK HERE for the full review!
The good folks over at Comic Book & Movie Reviews were kind enough to ask me a slew of questions regarding “Clown” and comics in general. Check out my mindless chatter and get a sneak peek into what all went into making my latest release.
Big thanks to CB&MR for giving me the spotlight!
“A mix of far bigger ideas across 32-pages than a lot series cram into a number of issues.” – Gary Watson, Comics Anonymous
Clown was given a fantastic review by Comics Anonymous! Check it out here!
I’ll be set up at the Broken Icon Comics tables (A247-A248) with friendly creators Eric Watkins and Rob Dumo. We’re going to be having a ball and selling comics hand over fist.
HAND OVER FIST!
Yes, this year’s Baltimore Comic-Con is going to be awesome.
New comics galore (from new issues to new short stories to new pitches).
Plus tons of friendlies tabling and walking around.
I’m really looking forward to this show. If you’re going to be around, stop and say hi!
Here’s a glimpse at Wolfgirl, the new comic that Morgan Lee and I will be pitching soon-ish.
Writing this story damn near broke my heart because I torment these likable characters so much, and Morgan’s art is the perfect fit to rock the emotions in these scenes. I’m finishing up the letters tonight and will have preview pages at Baltimore Comic-Con. Wish us luck!