Had a great time at the Clarks Summit con. It was surprisingly busy for a cold Sunday afternoon in an out of the way town. Got to meet some real nice folks and do some fun sketches. Only did a few personal commissions...the rest were just random characters I drew as samples during the con. I kept wanting to say, "Hey, don't buy those, they're just samples! I'll draw anyone you want." Then again, there's a 90% chance they'll want the same usual suspects. Neal Adams saw my Logan piece when he stopped by my table. "They're always drawing Wolverine," he said with a sigh.
Speaking of popular characters...while I didn't win the Threadless Spider-man contest, the folks at Threadless selected my design as one of the alternates. So, if you're in the market for Spider-man apparel, have I got a shirt you'll love: [link]
Can't pick a favorite Spidey villain? Who says you have to. They're all here.
Wrapping up the "Mask of the Red Panda" project in the next week or so. Decoder Ring Theatre and old time radio fans should be familiar with ol' Red and will really get a kick out of the 3 (BIG) issue series written by charming Canuck creator Gregg Taylor with pencils and inks by yours truly. The first issue should be out Feb. 27 from Monkeybrain comics. ([link]
It's in glorious black and white! I'll post a link when it's live.
, is still updating on a weekly basis. A nice big chunk of the story is up if you haven't checked it out yet. Written by Emily Hall, layouts by Jeremy Mohler, and penciled an inked by me.
Black Coat: The Blackest Dye pages are in the works. Kickstarter backers already caught a sneak peek. More are on the way.
Hey, my buddy Eric's novella, Gil's Grimoire and The Library of Doom!, is up for free on Amazon ([link]
and B&N ([link]
It's FREE and it's a fun read. Go download it already!