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Bearing The Bahdj

Published on December 12, 2013 by in comics

A few days ago, I teased a silhouette of five characters, and here is the reveal! Behold, those who bear the Bahdj, the newly minted protectors of planet Earth! These guys are part of a pitch for BEYOND, an anthology of queer sci-fi/fantasy comics, edited by Rachel Edidin & Sfé Monster (there’s still three more

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Who Are These Five Heroic Individuals?

Published on December 2, 2013 by in comics

Perhaps a collection of teenagers, given otherworldly power in order to defend our planet? But what are the chances of that unlikely scenario? More to be revealed soon…       The Battle of Blood and Ink: A Fable of Flying City Purchase available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, BooksaMillion, Powells Books, IndieBound, Walmart, Overstock

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How To Draw A Double-Page Spread In Three Simple Steps

Published on December 7, 2012 by in comics

1) Start. 2) Continue. 3) Finish.       The Battle of Blood and Ink: A Fable of Flying City Purchase available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, BooksaMillion, Powells Books, IndieBound, Walmart, Overstock and your local bookseller.

 
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How I Learned To Live

How I Learned To Live is the latest mini-comic Steve and I have cooked up over at Fables of the Flying City. Since so many folks have clamored for it, we decided to give people a further glimpse into the life of Hanner Gatling. It’s a doozy, with some of Steve’s best work yet and

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Even Moebius Used White-Out

Published on March 30, 2012 by in comics

I yoinked this Mobius INCAL page from Brandon Graham’s blog Royal Boiler. There’s a lot of details to love here–Moebius’s line work, his delicate lettering, pasted in just so. But what gets me is the white-out. It’s good to know that even a towering comics genius like Moebius made mistakes. Speaking of comics, there’s a

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Comrade Cockroach VS Bold Eagle

Bold Eagle is being a little disingenuous here; he totally had help when he fought the gods of gods. EDIT: J-P Losier requested an audio file of Comrade Cockroach saying “Truly, that is an epic post! One for the ages!” It seemed a reasonable enough request. More Cockroach: The Official File of Comrade Cockroach The

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Ask Comrade Cockroach: The Murderous Appeal Of Gordon Ramsay

I share the good Comrade’s fascination with Gordon Ramsay. Great television, that man, whether he’s screaming at someone who can’t manage to cook a omelet or championing a little family-run Indian cafe as the best restaurant in Britain. I’m not saying I want the man to go into a violent killing spree, but I can

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This Isn’t News

Published on February 2, 2012 by in comics, Dithering

Yesterday, when the announcement came that DC Comics was going to put out prequels to Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’s seminal graphic novel WATCHMEN, I posted this comment on the usual channels: So some really talented comics creators were announced to be squandering their talent working on characters they don’t own. This is news? This

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Comrade Cockroach Explains It All

I was looking for some clip-art to make some quickie-comics, when I realized that I had six panels of Comrade Cockroach talking to the reader. Much cooler than clip-art, and much more fun to write. If you have a question for Comrade Cockroach, leave it in the comments. More Cockroach: The Official File of Comrade

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What I Did On My Sick Day

How do you know I was sick yesterday? Because this comic page was only penciled. If I was in top form, I’m sure I could’ve squeezed some inks and colors out, too. It’s weird to finally draw Comrade Cockroach fighting someone. Up until now, I’ve just drawn him standing there. I had to seriously think

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