I have 20 ENVELOPES that I am going to stuff with art, comic books by me, stickers, bookmarks and badges. I refuse to print new art until I clear out my back catalogue.
Send me your address as a private note, and I will send SOME OF YOU some art. Also, if I really like you, I’ll draw something just for you. Its a nice Christmas gesture, so just do it!
I’ll be sending them on Monday.
An assortment of tall comics that tumblr will probably render unreadable.
Tom the Homophobic Fairy
I want to write this comic, but its really hard to write it without it coming across as ‘anti-gay’, which is not the intention at all. Tom is straight, but he’s a fairy. Alot of the other fairies are gay, including all his friends. He just wants them to stop trying to change him so he can get it on with hot, winged chicks.
Sorry world, you’re just not ready for this comic.
Necromancer and Druid
One is a life wizard, the other makes death wherever he roams. They live together, but they’re not really friends. Need to know more? Then you’re clearly enjoying it.
I finally decided about a year ago to get off my ass and revive my only published work, Necromechanic, and then I accidently saved this is a shrunken, low res format when it wasn’t finished. After that I was too apathetic to do anything but eat candy.
Always save your work, kids.
The Misadventures of Johnny Rantula
A short, unfinished comic about a supervillain named Johnny Rantula. His super power is being a no good punk.
Here’s a short comic about friendship.
The art is a bit shoddy, but the entire thing was completed in under and hour, so whatev’s man, whatev’s.
Here’s the lineart from the colour Scuba Goth lyric book I published.
Gosh, I have so many of these that I will never sell…
I’m bored. Hit me up online somewhere or drop me randumb questions.
For those of you who aren’t in the know, Necromechanic is a comic I got printed quite a few years ago. It didn’t sell so well, and there were a lot of problems with the art and other things when it hit print, so I’ve never really had the confidence to print anything major since. A few people really want me to continue the series, but I just don’t see myself putting my own money on the line to fund its completion. The demand just isn’t there.