Wednesday, April 9, 2014


Wow, it's been FOREVA since I updated this blog. BOUT TIME!

I've been waaay bizzy. I'll just start by posting a bunch of junk that I've been up to recently and semi-recently. Here goes...

Caleb Goellner and myself put out TASK FORCE RAD SQUAD #2 last month! Due to Ryan Hill (colorist of TFRS #1) being amazing, he was busy coloring the fantastic JUDGE DREDD: MEGA CITY 2 miniseries, drawn by the homie Ulises Farinas, so yours truly did the color work this time around (& the pencils, inks, and letters). You can download the issue pay-what-you-want (along with #1 and the Cakestor mini-comic) HERE. Here's the cover and the first 5 pages:

Monday, July 8, 2013


Sooo, here's a little 6 page Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fan comic that Caleb Goellner and myself made. Directly following the pages are a couple download links for .pdf and .cbz versions with some additional stuff included in them.




Also, if you liked this Ninja Turtle fan comic please take a moment to check out TASK FORCE RAD SQUAD, the creator owned comic that Caleb and myself do. The first (32 page) issue is pay-what-you-wish for a digital copy, available HERE in various formats. You can also order print copies of the first issue HERE.



Sunday, April 14, 2013


So, I'm workin on a TMNT fan-comic with Task Force Rad Squad writer Caleb Goellner... In anticipation for it I did this:

If you haven't checked out or DLed (even fo' free) TASK FORCE RAD SQUAD yet, you can do that HERE.  We should have more print options shortly, so stay posted. Also, I'm putting together an etsy shop for original artwork from TFRS, so look out for that too.



Monday, April 8, 2013


This weekend was Planet Comic Con in the KCMO, so naturally I was there with the homie Caleb Goellner pushing copies of TASK FORCE RAD SQUAD #1 on the public. This dude approves:

We pretty much moved all the hard copies, but nevar forget that it's still available at for pay-what-you-wish. We're also planning on reprinting it aesop, so check back for updates on getting the real deal in yer mitts. This is what it looks like in print on a cat-furry rug:

In addition to slinging santaitastic comics, I picked up cool stuff from some of my favorite comics and related peeps from around town. Here's a sampling: