Tuesday, November 4, 2008


Hey everybody, hoverbikes!

Wednesday, July 23, 2008


check it out, comes out this week and features a 5 page Bill, Cricket and Frankie story, in full color!
Also , cover by Paul Pope! how can you loose.
See ya at Comic con 2008,

The Dark Knight

Finally, a Batman movie that nails the relationship between these two iconic characters.
Wow, what else can I say.
I'm gonna be at San Diego Comic Con tomorrow, anyone who wants to stop by and say hi I'll be hanging out at the Image table for the most part.

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

New York Comic Con

Time to head down to the Javits Center this weekend and check out the con. Not sure just yet when or where I'll be, but rest assured you will not find me, no, not because I'll be in my Racer X costume, I just assume it'll be a mob scene, much worse than it was last year. Wading through all those jedi is fun (the best is when you catch them with a iced coffee, they're all "one with the force" in their bathrobe and plastic lightsaber, suckin' on a Frappacino, wait, did I use the correct pluralization, is it jedis, or is jedi like deer and the single and plural are the same?)

I need to start a website that collects people caught in the background of comic con photos, especial photos of guys leering at scantily clad female cosplayers. Yes, pervs, you ARE being photographed.
It's gonna be a long weekend, best of luck to all of those who brave the con

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Good Times

Well, I've been really churning this stuff out for the past couple of weeks. Here's a splash page I hope gets to be in an upcoming anthology, more on that later.

Mark Andrew Smith and Paul Maybury have a new graphic novel Aqua Leung,
What a week. Hellcity hit page 129 tonight, man still got a long way to go.
This is the Hell version of the daily planet
The line for the Murakami show at the Brooklyn museum was too long, but I'm in the neighborhood so I'll get around to going eventually.
Kind of all over the place tonight but hey what do you expect at 2 in the morning

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Gwendy Vs. MJ

This is one of the many reasons I want to draw Spider-Man at some point, and I'd try my best to get Marvel to let me do it in the 60's. I think Mary Jane works best as the aggressive bohemian type to counter Gwen Stacey's prissy daughter-of-the-police-chief look. Growing up in the McFarlane era of Spider-Man comics, it wasn't 'till I checked out the Essential volumes (particularly vol 4 and 5) that I got to see Mary Jane in go-go boots, we need to bring that back! (at one point the love generation happened and we get MJ in a fringe leather jacket, but Stan and John were only trying to keep up with the culture they can't be blamed for that.) For that reason, Marvel always tries to keep their stuff super contemporary and hip, unlike the DC universe (in masterful hands like Darwyn Cooke) which is timeless. I remember reading the first issue of Ultimate Fantastic Four, and a kid was wearing a Sum 41 shirt, way to date yourselves jerks, I put the comic down at that point.

Friday, March 28, 2008

Terrible Claw

I need to get to the Museum of Natural History sometime, draw me some dino-sars! I'ts fun to do stuff on no sleep.

Monday, March 17, 2008

Friday, February 29, 2008

My Aim is True

For those of you who don't know already, I am quite the avid Elvis Costello fan. I just felt like doing a portrait to capture him as he slips quietly into rock 'n roll dinosaurism. He still keeps his signature look, slick suits with horn rimmed glasses, (will that ever go out of style?). The suits have gotten baggier to hide the paunch and he's got the scruffy beard to compensate for the double chin, but overall I think he still maintains a certain amount of dignity. I rarely see him scowl or alienate his audience the way he did in the early part of his career, responding to cheers to play Allison with "you wanna hear the old songs, buy the fu@#ing record!" Instead he plays the hits with a smile of smug satisfaction on his face, content with the fact that he gets to be part of the slowly aging rock 'n roll elite even though his new music is for the most part irrelevant. If you disagree, I consider almost all music being recorded these days irrelevant (for proof listen to Radiohead's latest album). This isn't a popular music blogg, this is a blogg about drawing stuff so I'll cease my rant. and finish up with a quote from on of my favorite Elvis Costello songs.
Well I finally found someone to turn me upside down
And nail my feet up where my head should be
If they had a King of Fools then I could wear that crown
And you can all die laughing because I’ll wear it proudly
-Wear it Proudly
from the album King of America

Sunday, February 17, 2008

Bill,Cricket and Frankie Pinup

It's 3:20 in the morning... Uh... I have no life