Thursday, September 18, 2014


We haven't been posting much because we were working hard to try to complete the 2nd Sentinels Anthology and prepare for all of our up-coming conventions. Unfortunately, we won't have the Anthology done in time for the Pittsburgh Comic-Con or NYCC. But we will have previews of the book to show and lots of surprises, as you can see in the art here! This is our brand new banner (which is actually three banners that merge into one) and we will have them at both the Pittsburgh and NYCC shows. We wanted to stop using banners that did not have Drumfish characters on them and also update our old banners. The banner was designed by Sentinels artist, Luciano Vecchio and compile by Jamie Fay using art by Luciano, Jamie and Teyo! Neverminds colorist, Danielle Alexis St. Pierre was in the middle of moving, but we were lucky to get the colorist on the BIG Sentinels Anthology story, Ihor Loboda to color the new banner. And, as you can see in the middle top of the banner, we have some new character looks debuting!! We'll post more on them in the next day or so, but feel free to draw conclusions. 

The other big news is that Luciano Vecchio will be visiting the U.S.A. again and will be at the New York Comic-Con! Luciano will be signing books and doing limited sketches at the show. So, if you want to get any of your books signed by Luciano or get am original sketch by him, let us know! He won't be at the table all the time, so you need to plan.
HUGE thanks to Ihor Loboda for coloring this so fast for us. We know it was a lot of work and we really appreciate the quick turn-around! Ihor is an amazing talent and I can't wait to start showing some of the work he's done for us on the Anthology! I think it's almost time to show the 2nd Sentinels Anthology cover..... (almost!)

Thursday, September 4, 2014


I'll be at the 2014 Baltimore Comic-Con from September 5-7 along with NEVERMINDS artist, Jamie Fay! We'll be in Artist Alley at table A244!
We'll be selling the entire SENTINELS series, all four issues of NEVERMINDS, the original graphic novel, Bugged, as well as all the Drumfish Production figurines, prints and lots of original art! Jamie will also be doing commissions while at the show. So, please stop by and say hello!

Wednesday, September 3, 2014


I’ve known the ghost-loving, wrestle-maniac, Howie Noeldechen and his wife Shelly for a long time now. I haven’t known him so long that I’ve ever seen him with hair, lol, but I still recall meeting them at MOCCA in NYC almost ten years ago and being impressed with his work immediately. After chatting for a bit at the show, I got all the issues of Howie’s first comic, Mr. Scootles and I fell in love with it! It was unlike anything I had read before. I loved the animated feel of the book and the fact that it played up on animation history, while adding a dark and humorous aspect to the story. I was honored to have been asked to write the foreword to the collected edition when it came out.
Howie went on to create Tara Normal! Tara is a paranormal investigator who faces off against demons, ghouls, werewolves, aliens and rogue government agents. The series has built a huge fanbase and Howie is the official cartoonist of TAPS Paramagazine, where Tara Normal has appeared in the publication since 2010 as well as online since 2009 at And Howie's caricatures and portraits of the TAPS team and stars of Ghost Hunters have helped raise thousands of dollars for charities benefiting the paranormal community.
So, when it came time to work on the second SENTINELS Anthology, I knew I wanted someone with a sense of humor and edge to tell Crusher’s story. And knowing that Howie loved professional wrestling, he was the only person I thought of. I couldn’t imagine anyone more suited to write Crusher’s story than Howie and can’t wait for people to read the story he wrote (with amazing art seen here by Bernce Llamo). It will make you laugh and squirm! But then, coming from Howie, that’s exactly what I expected!

Please check out Howie’s comics,  portraits and all of the amazing Walking Dead caricatures he’s done on his website at

Monday, September 1, 2014


I'm probably the last artist to jump on the Frozen bandwagon, lol, but since Elsa has become such a popular character, I wanted to try drawing her too.
Colors by the ever talented and amazing Danielle Alexis St. Pierre!

Elsa and Frozen © Disney