I found a copy of my first mini-comic from Grade 10 or 11, so I scanned some pages from it.
Spotting Deer makes it to John Porcellino’s 2011 list!
Rescue Pet conclusion posted on What Things Do:
Preview of my contribution to an upcoming issue of Lodacal Comix:
Late! But normally every second Monday.
This week’s Ant Comic installment is going to be a bit late – I might not finish it until closer to midnight, or some time tomorrow. Sorry about that, everybody – I feel like the strip is too young for me to be blowing deadlines already.
To make up for it, here is an 8-page web comic I drew for the Studygroup website called “Exams.” The comic is NSFW – I mean, a lot of these blog entries are probably “not safe for work,” but there are pages in this one that are a bit dirtier than other things I’ve posted here.
Blanka illustration for a t-shirt that didn’t get made
Rescue Pet pt 3 on What Things Do
Kid Mafia 1 and Thickness 2 got on Rob Clough’s Top 30 Minicomics of 2011 list!
Since I’ve been getting some e-mails about it, I thought I’d apologize for not having Open Country or Kid Mafia for sale online yet. Some retailers and online distros have very generously offered to stock them for me, and I’ve totally dropped the ball on collating/stapling/mailing out the rest of the run. I haven’t been able to make the time yet. I am a very disorganized person in general, and 2012 has been busier than I anticipated! Sorry to everyone who’s been asking about them.
Drew this T-shirt design for the show’s premium for people who pledge to the WFMU marathon this year!
I love both WFMU and this show to death, so please consider donating.
Kid Mafia #2 page 1
-Jen Breach reviews Lose 2, 3, Studygroup Mag 1, Nobrow 6
- I posted a few pages from a comic I found called “Traders in the Lost Art” for Studygroup’s Old Comics Wednesday round-up. I’ll be contributing more scans from my collection over the next while – comics, children’s books, record covers, etc.
- Incinerator #1, drawn by me, published by Secret Headquarters, will be dropping at the LA Zine Fest this month. I will post more about this soon.