Be excited! I’m proud of the piece I did for this anthology about finding love as a nerdy homeschooler, and all the previews I’ve seen of other people’s contributions have increased my enthusiasm.
Basically, you should get a copy!
Subcultures: A Comics Anthology is now available for pre-order!
35 independent cartoonists explore the various and varied worlds-within-the-world we know as “subcultures”. From Star Wars conventioneers to Bigfoot hunters, from goths and gamers to record collectors and cosplayers, these stories reveal the rules, rituals, and relationships that define these infinite and intricate subsets of humanity. (edited by Whit Taylor, published by Dan Mazur, Cover by Box Brown)
Contributors Include:Sam AldenE.J. BarnesCara BeanBonesteelMelinda Tracy BoyceBox BrownMatthew CrehanBen DoaneAlizee De PinRachel DukesJillian FleckHolly FoltzMaggie GlassAndrew GreenstoneNick JohansenJay KennedyRob KirbyJesse LonerganMariNaomiDan MazurAnna MuddHazel NewlevantSigit NugrohoIon O’ClastDave OrtegaMaria PhotinakisLiz PrinceAnsis PurinsRob QueenAlex RobinsonMichael ScullyDaryl SeitchikWhit TaylorNick ThorkelsonNoah Van SciverAaron WhitakerKriota WillbergStevie WilsonLi-Or ZaltzmanCourtney Zell
I mentioned a few weeks ago that I’m at a financial impasse and would post 300+ pages of original art for sale soon. For ease of my uploading (and your choosing) I’ve decided to upload only a handful of pages at a time, starting with the more popular projects and then working my way through the rest.
These are the first of the pages I’ve uploaded. They’re nine pages from my ten page back-up story (“Love Sick”) for Garfield #23 by BOOM Studios (written by Scott Nickel).
If you’re keen on Garfield, cats, or seeing/owning original artwork by me: please click through to the store and check those out. <3
RIPE is this weekend!
I’ll be there with all my current zines and also a few WEIRD5s
see yaaa B^)
August 2 & 3, 2014
12pm - 6pm each day
Providence Public Library
150 Empire St
I made another book published with Pegacorn Press , this is #2 in the Now & Here Series. Riso guts and screen printed covers. 300 printed. I was sweating a lot and laughing while I printed the covers. I’m going to read from the first book at Ada books on Friday, loudly?
That’s the magic can of custard powder.
by David Rappeneau
Highlighting titles from the Koyama Press backlist
WAX CROSS BY TIN CAN FOREST
Tin Can Forest (aka Pat Shewchuk and Marek Colek)—whose Koyama Press debut Baba Yaga and the Wolf was nominated for the 2011 Doug Wright Award for Best Emerging Talent, and won the duo the 2011 Joe Shuster Award for Outstanding Comic Book Cartoonist—present their latest book Wax Cross. The artists describe Wax Cross as “an alchemical folktale set in the twilight of the modern age, when the moon has devoured the sun, the mechanical ocean has evaporated into silence, and the decaying corpse of electric current sleeps eternally in a casket of orange lichen. Featuring a cast of characters as familiar as the faded Polaroids in a photo album salvaged from the flooded basement of a condemned church, Wax Cross presents illustrated transcriptions of ectoplasmic revelation, fibrous and grainy folklore, and unbridled bestial merriment, accompanied by textual incantations and occult decoration.”
» Buy Wax Cross