The Weekly Comic Archive
Here is one page from the comic I have been working on for George, now the painful part, coloring this beast. I love the look of color, and always picture everything i do in color, so it is a necessary evil, but man, it sure does take a long time. Roughly double the time it takes to script, pencil and letter a page. I will post some color pages as soon as they are done. The bonus is that here i posted the page upside-down.
I realized i should perhaps talk about the comic series i have been working on for the past ten years. It will culminate in the epic graphic novel ‘Hank Pine and Lily Fawn: Dusted’ to be completed in the fall.
To celebrate the completion of this story arc, ‘The Road to New Orleans’ the plan is for a Hank and Lily collection of the 7 issues and their soundtrack albums all in one tidy, slick package. Of course ‘Dusted’ will have its own album, and will be a collection of some of our most popular unreleased songs, as well as a full set of new, avant-garde noise-rock anthems.
All very exciting, and worth mentioning.
Weekly comics for your workplace. Unless your workplace is uptight, in which case, email this website address to yourself and look at it alone at home at 3 am. and laugh.
funny cuz it’s true my friends.
Jim built this amazing cardboard robot (I helped) for the comic book themed cabaret show put on by Atomic Vaudeville last week. It is a fully functioning puppet with fingers that could close around a whole person, in this case, me and Jimbo, but during the show, Wolverine.
Excelsior! This one is purely for the geeks.
Made with Max Licht at maxlicht.com.
I heard a song off this album on the radio today, and remembered how hard we worked on it; a 30-person choir, a string section, horns! There are no songs off of North America on this website, but if you check out the
page you can access the songs and some of the art.
This is one page from the Late Night Comic. The tone of the whole thing was so slow and hypnotic, to match the album, that I felt it needed a shot of ridiculousness and adrenaline somewhere. But how?
Flashback with giant scorpions!
(If you are having trouble reading the type, you can hold control on press ‘+’ on your keyboard three times, …makes it bigger. Fun wit computers!)
Here are some black and white illustrations I did for a children’s book with writer Jacob Richmond. I say children’s book, but truly, a moral tale for all of us; Your comeuppance is hinged tightly to your fallibility as a farting creature.
You can purchase the book here:
Here is some album artwork I recently did for the band Ball Gag n Chain Gang. Trying saying that five times fast.
A definite nod to Al Columbia, if you haven’t seen his stuff, check it out. I toned down the creepier aspects at the behest of the band.
Here is the trailer for the movie directed by Panos Cosmatos that I did the storyboards for.
You can check them out on the storyboard page.
In 2009 I did the storyboards for a feature film by director Panos Cosmatos. It involved literally thousands of drawings, making for a very rewarding, but very involved job. The movie is about…well, it’s best if you just go see it whenever it plays in your town. Panos said he was very pleased with the results, and that my storyboards were invaluable, and that is all that matters.
Featured here is a fairly simple scene where the main character, Elena, awakens the sentionaut. What is a sentionaut? Go see the movie!