There really should be a picture here, but there isn’t. WordPress is being obnoxious. Mentioned this new project of mine over the weekend via Tumblr. If you’re interested, you can see the research stuff I’m beginning to accumulate for it there: tag-king of all the dead. As you might’ve guessed, it is a straight-up zombie [...]
EDITOR’S NOTE Originally posted in 2010. I don’t even say anything mean about steampunk in it. That’s how old it is. — Lovecraft is a hard act to follow, and an even harder one to adapt. “Oh you mean HP Lovecraft, the guy who came up with Cthulhu and all those cute little plush toys.” [...]
That’s right. I’ll be signing alongside Tom Neely as he hits A-1 Comics in Sacramento (on Greenback near Old Auburn) on 9/21/11, from 3-5pm. I’ll try to make the after event, but I can’t make any guarantees. This will be the official world premiere of the collected version of THE THIRSTY, and I’m honored [...]
One thousand posts and counting on this incarnation of Highway 62. If you counted everything from the old site, it’d be more, but much of those really weren’t worth reading. So here, take a look at this: Amazon.com Widgets I’ve put TUG ON THE RIBBON into a collection, for a variety of reasons. Primarily because [...]
As sketched by Mr. Benjamin Marra at the Stumptown Comics Show this last weekend. When I asked him to sketch a Pinhead I thought his head was going to explode with unrestrained glee. It shows in the results. This is actually the first time I’ve scanned anything from the convention sketchbook I’ve had running since [...]
And The second is all new-art, previewing THE THIRSTY print collection which I’m aiming for having this year. Trying to have ‘em to pass around at Wonder-Con (no I don’t have a table this year) and at Stumptown in a couple weeks after that (ditto, but I’ll be easy to find there.) Be [...]
No, not a repeat. Maybe a reboot, though. STRANGEWAYS, the comic series is beginning its run as a webcomic, running all of the material to date, which bellies up to just under 300 pages when all is said and done. The first chapter of MURDER MOON is up now, chapter 2 begins next week. Yes, [...]
“Lisa, don’t make me be the bad guy here,” I said, staring into her deadened green eyes. “We’re talking about an afternoon out of the rest of your life. Is it really worth it to show me up for that? Do you really want to lose this job and try to find work in the current labor market? It’s brutal out there right now.”
I pointed out the window, even though the parking lot was largely empty now, but for some scattered trash and newspapers. No eaters or fraternity pranksters or cops or anyone. Newspapers. Who the hell reads newspapers anymore? They looked as if they’d been put there by the set dresser for THE OMEGA MAN and it he thought it was still 1973.
At least we weren’t in Los Angeles. You couldn’t have paid me to be there today. The riots, at least they said they were riots, were going full bore.