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Chemicals is AVAILABLE on Amazon.com
My first novel release, Chemicals, is now ready for purchase on Amazon. The hard copy will follow shortly. But for now, nab a digital copy of my dystopian, “pharmaceutical apocalypse” novel! Click here to go to Amazon and buy.
For more about Chemicals, check out this link.
And watch this stunning trailer for the novel. Original score and visuals by Poet-Tree Works.
Boise Public Library Comic Con Drops August 30th!
I’ll be one of the creators in Artist’s Alley dishing up news about Kali and all my other projects. If you’re in the Boise area, come see me and sit a spell. We can chat and discuss our favorite graphic novels and the pros and cons of capes and tights. For more information about this fun, comic-focused con (you’d be surprised how many comic cons are just pop culture fests), check out the specifics at BPL’s website:
Did you miss the con this year? There is always next time. All you have to do is wait about ten to eleven months. And…GO!
Kali Has A New Avatar. And She’s Badass.
Want to read a webcomic but don’t have time to be bothered with weekly updates? Want to see gore, some baby skulls, some magic? I have a suggestion. Check out the monthly release of Kali, written by me, art by Jason Themm right here and at Fifth Dimension Comics.
Podcast Interview with The Way of the Comic Book Ronins!
I was lucky enough to talk with Doug Michel and Sean Pagan about plotting, Alan Moore and Play-doh. Listen to how much fun we had by following the link!
Subterra: Go Underground is on hiatus!
For all of you that have been so patiently waiting for my first foray into a weekly online comic, the wait is over…sort of. The script has been finalized and now it is in the most capable hands of Dennis Coyle III. He carries the power of three previous Dennis avatars within him. And he’ll use this awesome gift to bring TR, Bert and Akbar to life for you fine folks when time and whatnot allow. For now, revel in the pinup. Revel in it! And if you like what you see, check out more of Dennis’s art at http://erasingpoint.blogspot.com/