Monthly Archives: July 2014
While this summer hasn’t been as productive as I would have liked, it has been a perfect summer. I’ve spent every day with my son and we’ve filled our days with trips to the library, the zoo, the flea market, … Continue reading
CW Cooke is a writer who I met at Planet Comicon back in March. He’s got a Kickstarter up to finish the first arc on his comic Solitary so I thought I’d help him spread the word with an interview. I … Continue reading
In case you missed it, the first strip can be found here. Please share and comment!
Though it may be gone, it is certainly not forgotten. Blues Clues set the standard for the children’s show format that we have seen time and time again. Dora the Explorer, Ni hao, Kai-Lan, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse – all of these shows and tons more … Continue reading
Some time after the production on New Wave Soldiers stopped, I approached Nate to start things back up again. In order to get people excited for the comic, I thought we’d do a mini-comic in the style of Mark Waid’s … Continue reading
I’ve got a real love/hate relationship with weekly series from DC Comics. 52 was an incredible experiment that can probably never quite be replicated in terms of just how crazy and good it was, and I try each new weekly series, but … Continue reading