Thanos and Darkseid: Carpool Buddies of Doom – 2013
Written by Justin Jordan (Luther Strode, Dead Body Road, Green Lantern: New Guardians). Inspired by two cosplayers at the 2012 Baltimore Comic Con. A sequel to the most popular comic I’ve ever drawn. We printed this comic, as well as the original “coffee” one, in a 200 copy print run mini-comic that we handed out at the 2013 New York Comic Con. I think we could have given away a thousand of these things.
ROM Spaceknight – 2013
In order to increase awareness of The Bill Mantlo Project and to perhaps help raise funds for his continuing medical care, Rob Harrington put together the ROM Remix Project. I joined a bunch of other comic artists to redraw every page in ROM Spaceknight #1. This is my page. (I’ll post a link to the rest of the pages once the complete project goes live.
(Click on the image to see the full page.)
All New Issues – 2012. Guest strip for the webcomic by Dani O’Brien and Bill Ellis.(Click to read the whole thing.)
BLARGH! The Creature From Kraaka-5 – 2011
A 5-page story done for the Small Press Commandos “Kirby Challenge”. Other entries can be found here. This story also marks the first time (other than a single panel cameo in MONSTER MASH) that the characters of Dr. Gravely and Billy have appeared since DOPE FIENDS OF THE ZOMBIE CAFE.
One Panel Improv – 2011-2012. My contributions to a collaborative webcomic. Some are less rushed than others.
SECOND WIND (from the WW2 zombie anthology FUBAR: EMPIRE OF THE RISING DEAD) excerpt- 2011
A 6-page tale of a kamikaze pilot who, having completed his mission must now walk across the ocean floor to find his way back home. Greytones by Jake Warrenfeltz.
GIRLS WITH SLINGSHOTS – 2010
A guest strip for Danielle Corsetto’s incredibly awesome web comic strip. This got a few interesting comments for her normal readership.
MONSTER MASH – 2007
I’ve mentioned the comic many times in the many short biography blurbs about myself. “MONSTER MASH”, the first full comic I ever made. I was 9 at the time. The world was much simpler, and I was more innocent. I recently dug out the first issue of MONSTER MASH, and was astounded by the purity of my early vision. Unencumbered by the daily hassles of life, work, bills, MONSTER MASH stands as an undiluted representation of my mindset as a child. After recently re-reading the entirety of MONSTER MASH #1 (there were about 15 “issues”) I came up with an idea. And, as I am now theoretically an adult, I placed a few rules upon that idea.
The Idea: Redraw the first comic book I ever made.
The Rules: I must not degrade the spirit of the book, and so must treat my younger self as the writer of the comic. My younger self is an auteur, and not a single word may be altered from his original script. Character designs and actions must be consistent with the young author’s designs. My younger self could not care less about matching the original panel layouts, or original page count. So long as not a single word is changed, so long as every scene in the original book is included, and so long as I add nothing other than redesigning the drawn page, my younger self is content.
And so, in this spirit, we present MONSTER MASH. Enjoy!
DOPE FIENDS OF THE ZOMBIE CAFE (excerpts)- 2004
Reefer Madness meets Village of the Giants on the Night of the Living Dead! Can Tommy and Betty Marie’s teen romance survive the twin perils of Beatniks and Zombies? Written by Sean Frost, drawn by me.
“DR. WATSON AND LITTLE ALBERT” – 2002
Drawn for one of the Small Press Expo anthologies. The topic was, if I remember correctly, History. This didn’t get in.