Tag Archives: Comics

Some thoughts about “Show, don’t tell.”

I love Warren Ellis. I would throw myself down and sacrifice my individual to become one with Warren Ellis, extending his life with my own. Not really, but I would think about it for a couple seconds. I really just love Warren Ellis. When I first began my quest to become a writer, my goal […]

Ugh, just too much!

Sorry guys, but I just have way too many things to update. Social media pages, twitter accounts, websites… I totally forgot to post a few things here. First, I am going to be debuting Tesla Electric Light & Manufacturing at Small Press Expo. Some of you may remember this comic back when I called it […]

Updates and Downdates

Greetings internet. In February I started a new full-time job. This combined with being lazy has cut my production down to almost non-existent, but there is some stuff to talk about. In September I will be at the Small Press Expo in North Bethesda, Mary’s Land. I won’t have a table per se, but I […]

Update: C2E2 2013 Edition

Hey guys and gals! Got a little bit of news to pass on for you all. First off, I will be in Chicago Friday-Sunday for C2E2 this weekend. My dance card is getting pretty full for after con events, but if you track me down at the show I will be more than happy to […]

-submissions closed-

*UPDATE!* Artist for project has been selected. Thank you all for your interest. Let me start off by saying this: YOU WILL GET PAID Now that I have you attention, here’s the pitch. I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of waiting around. Lets make our own luck and fame. I have a project […]

A Little Insight to my Process

After some brief distractions, I am back writing fiction again. Specifically, working on a short script to submit to 2000AD. They require all writers to start off by writing a five page short. I have nothing better to do, so I decided to take a crack at it. The tentative name for this project is […]

The Dose: Doom

Review: Cold War #1

Having written or drawn nearly every Superhero in the comic books, few people in the industry have a career as noted as John Byrne. Recently he has been partnering up with IDW Publishing on various projects, with his latest creation being the Espionage/Thriller Cold War. Cold War, both written and drawn by Byrne, follows the […]