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!
This week, I officially wrapped up my art duties on John Arcudi’s wrenching neo-noir, The Creep. And yet … the world’s hardly begun to see it! That changes in September, as issue #1 of the Dark Horse miniseries comes to comics shops, following August’s issue #0 (a collection of three segments we ran in Dark Horse Presents). It’ll have a fabulous Mike Mignola cover (!) and a sweet release party/signing/gallery at the Portland Things From Another World store (Hollywood location). I’ll be there September 12th, from 7 to 10 PM doing the requisite signing, and they’ll have a gallery of my work up all month, featuring pieces from Dear Creature, Green River Killer, The Creep, and more. I may even put some of them up for sale. If all that’s not enough to get you out there, I have four words: FREE FOOD AND BEER.
If you’re near Portland, come out and enjoy swell comics folk, drinks, and 80’s neo-noir-themed-hors d’oeuvres. Just kidding. But I wouldn’t put it past Elisabeth, the TFAW master of ceremonies. She does it up right.
In related news, I’m happy to hear that a lot of you enjoyed issue #0. You crazy kids, you. Thanks for all the help getting this book noticed. And remember: the more issues of The Creep you read, the more sunlight you’ll need for basking in afterwards. I promise.