Tuesday, December 23, 2014

A Merry Revel

A "Howzit Funnies" comic for the holidays ...

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Friday, October 31, 2014

Bob Stump

For Halloween, here's a fun little guy from "Howzit Funnies #3".

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Saturday, October 11, 2014

Magic Bullet #10

MAGIC BULLET #10 is now accepting submissions. The deadline is JANUARY 9, 2015. This will be an open theme issue.

Information on specs, content and submitting can be found at http://magicbulletcomics.blogspot.com/2014/10/magic-bullet-10-deadline.html

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Howzit Funnies #3

The second book that I hope (!) to have at SPX is the third issue of "Howzit Funnies." Originally inspired by old blues songs, these comics feature silly puns and happy faces, as well as dark surrealism, psychological terror, physical mutilation and, for lack of a better word, grotesquerie. Issue #3 stars a diverse set of characters including Mr. Morris; Fat F*ck; a guy with candles jammed into his eyes; and several other happy characters who look forward to meeting you.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

A Mutual Feeling #2

With SPX in just a few days, I'll be premiering two books. Well, I hope it will be two books, with fingers crossed as to the shipping of the second one.

I'll definitely have copies of "A Mutual Feeling #2", the second chapter of a story about bare knuckle boxing in 1850's New York City. This issue follows closely after the events of the first book, as John Lafferty, an Irish immigrant, looks to set up the big fight that will let him pay off his estranged wife, Molly.

In no particular order, this issue features: back room politicking; 18th century patriotic ballads; 19th century prosthetic limbs; child abuse; boxing; thuggery; butchery; fighting; hanging; burlap sacks; water; and one really big, fat ass.

Sunday, July 20, 2014

New Works

A few things that I've been working recently:

1) A panel from a new Mr. Morris comic (very weird)
2) A snippet from a humorous map of my brother's garden (very sweet)
3) A sample from my comic for the most recent issue of Magic Bullet (very scatological)
4) A new version of Bob Stump (very creepy)

Thursday, July 10, 2014

DC Conspiracy Group Show, July 12 - August 16

Just a reminder that the DC Conspiracy's newest art show, focusing on some of its early collaborative work, opens this Saturday, June 12.

Last night I helped Evan Keeling, who spearheaded the show, begin the installation, along with Mal Jones, another DCC'er.

A couple of pictures of the show going up ...

More information by heading over to the DC Conspiracy Tumblr page.

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

D.C. Conspiracy Retrospective

The D.C. Conspiracy is having a little retrospective art show, featuring art from our early days, when we met at the Arlington bar Dr. Dremo's. We made a character and figure head out of the name, and so the show will focus on that little intersection of art and commerce.

The opening is in about two weeks, July 12.

Check out all the details on the by clicking here, on the D.C. Conspiracy tumblr page

Friday, June 27, 2014

"Dude with a Beard" is back ...

... for a quick comic, anyway ...

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Monday, April 28, 2014

"Dr. W, # C"

Panel Patter has posted a review of my comic, "Dr. W # C," the third comic that features the character (after #A and #2, of course). Link here.

This comic, along with the other Dr. W books and many other comics from other cartoonists, is available for sale at the DCC Distro Store. Link here.

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Art Shows

A few gallery shows that I've had work in ...

In February, at UDC, a group of us cartoonists were in a show called cARToons, displaying a number of our original comic pages. My contributions were a few Dr. W pages from MAGIC BULLET, as well as "A Light-Hearted Comic For Dim-Witted Souls," which can be found a few posts down, on this blog. The show was handily organized by Teresa Logan, who also hand lettered the signs and took this photo of my display ...

For the end of March, and for a few weeks into April, I have two Dr. W pages at the 505 North Gallery in Frederick, Maryland. Rafer Roberts, of Plastic Farm, was a mighty organizer as well as participant, and this picture of the opening is courtesy of Steve Loya, of Splotch Monster fame.

Lastly, I have some drawings in the Fur to Feathers exhibit at the Schuler School, in Baltimore. The opening is on March 29 and runs into April. I have three bird drawings on display, including this fellow ...

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Snowy Bird

A bird in the snow, for the snowy weather we're having in DC ...