Spent the last month or so making a minicomic with my friend Josh Pettinger called Wimp Digest. We both wrote and drew a 4-page strip based on a memory from the other’s childhood, and I think it turned out pretty nice. They’ll be available in a week or so, and will be $5ppd.
Still working on comics. Stay safe.
I am sold out of the the initial printing of Rodeo #1. I am very humbled by this. There is so much stuff out there today that the fact people even found my stapled zine of black and white drawings feels like a minor miracle to me. If you’d still like to read it andContinue reading “Rock Me on the Water”
Rodeo #1 has received another positive review, this time from venerated comics critic Rob Clough at High-Low Comics. Here is a brief excerpt, including a comparison to Bill Amend and his strip FoxTrot, which is huge for me since it was a favorite of mine when I was a kid: It’s always a pleasure toContinue reading “You Should’ve Shut Your Door Better”
Rodeo #1 received a very flattering review from critic Ryan Carey over at his comics site Four Color Apocalypse. It’s incredibly thoughtful and generous. Here are some choice lines from it: [Rodeo #1] reflects an authorial sensibility informed chiefly by “big-picture” concerns such as alienation, longing, and emotional and physical upheaval, but nearly as committedContinue reading “A Rabbit Freezing on a Star”