Thursday, April 18, 2013


I know this is a late announcement, but in light of events in Boston, we weren't sure what would be happening this weekend. I'm happy to say though, that I will be at the 2013 Boston Comicon along with NEVERMINDS artist, Jamie Fay. We hope that by the covention deciding not to cancel the show and going forward with the it, that it brings out a lot of comic fans who, like us, want to bring some positive energy to a city that really needs it right now. If you plan to attend the show, please stop by Artist Alley and say hello to us at table AA122. We hope to see you all there!

Tuesday, April 9, 2013


It's been an extremely busy time here as I'm working on NEVERMINDS #4, the 2nd SENTINELS Anthology and lettering the final pages of BUGGED all at the same time! Yes, I said lettering the final pages of BUGGED!!! It's actually almost finished and will be off to the printers soon. I will announce a release date shortly. But more on that (and eveything else!) later.
I'm really late posting something about the 2013 Megacon show that I attended last month and I didn't want to not say something, because we had such a great crowd of people who came buy and supported us by buying books, prints and/or original art. I really want all of them to know how much we appreciate it. We had a blast at the show and can't wait to return. I did get severely sunburned right before the show started though, so I hope I didn't scare too many people off, lol.
Megacon is such a friendly and positive show that I wish I lived closer and could go every year. We've been averaging going there every other year now. Maybe we will have to change that though, because I sold out of all the SENTINELS books I had and most of our NEVERMINDS stock. For the first time, we didn't have to have our buddies Todd and David (who live in Florida and help us with getting our books to the show) take any books home with them! 
I was at Megacon with NEVERMINDS artist extraordinary, Jamie Fay, and at the table right next to us was our favorite super-colorist, Danielle Alexis St. Pierre. Danielle had her own table along with her husband, Nathan, and the two of them premiered the first issue of their book Sin of Omniscience. People really seemed to be into their book and I personally can't wait for issue #2!
I was surprised by how well my art also sold at the show and I was able to do a number of commission for people. Below are some pictures of them.
I promise to post a more detailed Con report for the rest of the show we do this year and also do them sooner! Next up is the Boston Comicon next weekend!