Hello from the long drought, friends.
I’m happy (and vulnerably twitching) to announce I just added some newly-for-sale original art to my store, along with a gift package that includes Dear Creature, The New Deal, and an original sketch (you get to choose from a few different options on the sketch, too). I’m also offering 10% off on orders over one hundred bucks (those originals, say) with the code ’10PERCENT’ through Sunday, so the devoted among you can snag a deal.
The current pieces include work from Superman: American Alien, Green River Killer, Batman ’66, Eerie, and a few others. I’ll rotate stuff from time to time, so check in down the road if you’re hunting for something in particular. You can also always contact me about specific art requests or commissions here.
Thanks for checking out the new stuff, and have a good weekend!
You know why it’s Batman ’66 Day tomorrow? Three things.
1. I return to the series with the first of 3 loaded new chapters, enhanced for digital. This one has it all, as Jeff Parker says:
For our latest story, artist Jonathan Case who kicked off the series, is returning for another big three-parter where The Joker and Catwoman bust out of confinement and turn Gotham City upside down.
It’s wild and crazy, and I’m doing the primary cover for this issue (#11) when it’s all collected for print. Here’s the original cover art (for sale, and still in support of trafficking survivors).
2. Tomorrow’s the release of the first snazzy hardcover collection of Batman ’66. It really turned out beautifully, and includes art from fab people like Colleen Coover, Joe Quinones, and more! Buy a signed copy here.
3. The incomparable Jeff Parker will sign the above next to yours truly at Cosmic Monkey here in beautiful Portland, OR. 5PM-7PM, Wednesday April 2nd. Head over here for event details. Visiting comics stars Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire will join us too and sign their hit book, Moon Knight.
And we may get burgers at Sassy Burger if I can convince them. Those are good burgers.
I’ll also bring some of these Julie Newmar Catwoman prints:
I rest my case. Batman ’66 Day.