What's new in Fall 2015?
November marks the 30th anniversary of Calvin & Hobbes, my all-time favorite comic. Calvin and Hobbes is what got me into comics in the first place, and I owe me livelihood (and weirdness) to Bill Watterson's magical creation. I've drawn a tribute comic in honor of the occasion, which you can read here in the Comics section.
Halloween may be over, but that sure doesn't mean the monsters are gone! If you live in L.A. and love rock and horror, then you'll love the Rhythm Coffin, one of my favorite bands in the Alice Cooper tradition of shock rock fun. This is the cover of their new album, with artwork done by yours truly. You can find more details on their Facebook page. Give 'em a listen and enjoy the show!
World's coolest director Mark Simon of Animatics & Storyboards, Inc recently posted an interesting video about the last job we worked on together, an upcoming animated series called The Peculiar Adventures of Willow B. Star. This was a very fun and hilarious project to work on, but I'll let Mark explain it to you (and please ignore the photo of me...it was taken at 3 a.m. and I know I look zombified!).
Finally, my last convention of the year will be Bakersfield Comic Con, on November 22nd. Due to limited space I will not be bringing prints, although you can still order those through my Etsy store. I will, however, be doing lots of caricatures and selling books, so come on out and do some early Christmas shopping. Hey, art makes a great gift!
Scapula is my creator-owned comic series. First published in 2007, Scapula made the leap to webcomics the following year and has been continuing ever since. The webcomic updates on Sundays (full color page), and, as of 2013, also on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. www.scapulacomic.com