Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Maximum Rock and Roll

Check out the latest Maximum Rock 'n' Roll mag - Punk Comics Issue. Jeff Wilson and I have a 3 page comic in there. For those of you who have enjoyed our collabs in the pages of Injury Comics, this is more of the same. Except this time, it's a blast from Jeff's punk past. Anyway, it's an awesome issue - full of great comics and articles about comics (and music of course). Well worth seeking out, sez me.

Friday, November 19, 2010

Beast Print in Shop

Check out the shop for the Beast Biplane print I did with Mike Reddy a while back. Might make a nice holiday gift for someone. Or for yourself. I mean, go on, buy yourself a gift - who's going to say anything? You deserve it.

Friday, October 08, 2010

New Mardou comic in shop

Mardou's got a new comic out! "Anais in Paris," is now available for purchase in our webshop. It's a biography comic about french author Anais Nin. It was originally done for the unpublished fourth issue of the anthology "Whores of Mensa," but it's now out in it's own little volume. This comic is also available at Sparkplug, the Catastrophe Shop, and (soon) Global Hobo.

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

You're Gonna Burn in Hell

If you're in Portland, you may wanna drop by the Pony Club Gallery on Thursday night. I've got some stuff in the show "Satan is Real: images from the age of hysteria." The show's theme is like, the Eighties and back when people were freaked out about lyrics and imagery in heavy metal and movies and stuff. And backmasking. What was all that about? So the show will have a couple of unpublished comics pages (original art) from a new story that I'm working on with Jeff Wilson. What? Eighties and heavy metal? Yeah. Also on display will be an Iron Maiden scene I did for Electric Ant magazine. So yeah, if you meet the criteria (a. are in Portland; b. feel like it), swing by and check it out.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Hair of the Blog

ITEM. "Hair of the Dog," the fan-favorite strip from Injury Comics #2 by Jeff Wilson and me is now posted over at What Things Do. Lemme know what you think.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Sad News

Sad to report, the publisher of my book, Injury Comics has shut down. You can read Alvin's post here. Even before we started working together, I really enjoyed what Alvin was doing with the press and I feel grateful and lucky to have been a part of it. Knowing Alvin, I'm sure this won't keep him from doing more awesome work whatever that ends up being.

I've got three stories in progress for the next issue(s) of Injury (working with Jason, Mike and Jeff). I'll release that stuff in one form or another once we get it wrapped up.

Friday, April 30, 2010

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Thursday, February 11, 2010

Beast hot links

Remember that Beast Biplane print I was talking about? Mad Mike Reddy has 'em for sale. Details on his blog. I'll have some up for sale myself soon. If you want to get a print from me (along with your Injury Comics order or whatever), just email me and I can send you the price.
Also - if you wanna read the Beast Biplane story from Injury #3, it is online in its entirety at What Things Do. Conversely, if you read that and wanna get it in it's original pulpy format, scroll over to my online shop and order said comic.
While I'm at it, here's what's on the old Injury Comics clawing board: new autobio collab with Jeff Wilson; new Beast Biplane madness with Mike Reddy; and more Manleau with Jason Robards.

Thursday, February 04, 2010

Smells Bells

Here's a strip I did for this week's Riverfront Times as part of a big USS Catastrophe Leon Beyond comics feature. Click the art to read the full strip. The entire feature can be found at the Leon blog.

Friday, January 29, 2010

Movie Poster

Here's an illustration I did in October of last year for the film "Old Dog, New Trick," a biopic about St. Louis musician Steve Scorfina directed by Mike Steinberg and Thomas Crone. This image was used for the poster and also serves as the DVD cover. The film tracks his life as a musician thru 60's garage bands, his time with REO Speedwagon and Pavlov's Dog and what he's up to currently. And a lot more I'm probably forgetting. So if you're interested in rock-umentaries (subset blues, garage and PROG), the history of the St. Louis music scene, or indie documentaries in general, give it a go.

Here are a couple early concept sketches: