Tuesday, May 31, 2011


I was at the MCM Expo in London over the weekend and wrote this incredibly rough, 13 page account of my time there, featuring illustrations and such. Featuring such artists I met on the trip as John Allison, Luke Pearson, Becky Cloonan and Stephanie Rodriguez .

To any of you guys I reference who read this, I assure you, my work is not as messy as this normally... PROOF  <- that being my most recent work. It's just I wrote and drew all this roughly in pencils and cleaning time was tight since I have a few comics to finish for tomorrow.


The Thirty Days Project

I shall be taking part in this from tomorrow to the end of June. Anyone following me may remember Project December, well this is the original project I based it on, so why wouldn't I do the original?

Throughout the month I hope to do a different comic each day, with none of them featuring a certain grumpy guy with shark teeth. I will try to explore different ideas and techniques in writing comics, although I'm sure the comics will still blatantly be mine.

Working on full comics instead of simple images will be much more difficult than I feel I'm prepared to do, but Project December was a learning experience and I'm pushing myself to learn even more.
I hope you all continue to follow and support me during this time.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Dan and Misty

The unsung heroes of Clockwork Pandas.

One of my biggest regrets in Clockwork is that I don't flesh out my minor characters as much as Ken. What's worse is... these 2 aren't even supposed to be minor characters. They're 2 of the 3 MAIN characters. At least...they're supposed to be... Dan is the cool, aloof one. Misty is the sassy, intelligent female...and not a love interest for anyone! Just to make that clear. But I feel these personalities have barely any presence overall in my quest to put more characters for Ken to interact with alone... 

There was a year long period when Misty never even appeared! So I'm writing chapter 5 of the Murderman for these 2. To show their end of the investigation. To show that Ken isn't as alone as he thought in the whole ordeal and how his decisions do affect his remaining friends.

But then, what if one if them is the Murderman? And what if the other has to die?

I'm totally encouraging speculation.

I guess that's all. Not much to write, I just wanted to express how I feel about these 2 somewhere other than the comments section of the comic. 

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Horses of the Thunder God

 I wrote this for a cartoon, but like all my ideas now it has degenerated to a comic. Hopefully the humour is as effective as if it were animated, referring in large to that final part.

This was also done for Free Comic Book Day! So this comic is free. Not that all of my other comics aren't. 

Grumble grumble. 

Wait! More backstory! One of the first Thor comics I read was like this. A little more extreme in the art and dramatics department, but it was still.... roughly.... the same... anyway it was from the Ages of Thunder collection written by Matt Fraction.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Superman's Day Off

Yet another watercolor, superhero parody comic. And my first Superman :'D

I should start building a site for these types of comics...

So here's the story... this was initially supposed to be a parody of the last episode of Smallville. Y'know, the teen romance where Superman hangs out with friends in coffee shops? But things change!