Wednesday, July 09, 2014



                                                                                                                                   cover by James Stokoe
Check it out, Phil McClorey and I have spent the last year organizing this book. We are super happy with it. So good. So many great creators helped us out with this! Please visit the link and get your self a copy.

I am doing 8 pages with Howard Wong in this one. If you ever wanted an original off of me, I got 6 available through the kickstarter. AND that comes with a copy of the book. Check er out.

Other awesome pledge rewards, you can get the cover! by James Mutha Fucking Stokoe! Hand painted! For Real. Hand painted original cover by James Stokoe. FYI I am getting married. This would be the perfect gift to get me. BTW. $600 bold ones.

How about a customized print by Matt Daley with your visage included within the drawing! 100 bold ones.

Marvin Law original page! 80 loonies.

Sketch plates! 5.25 X 7.25 original sketch by a MONSTROSITY II artist! 40 BUCKS!

All of those also include the book.

Phil and I have been doing some media to help lift this kickstarter off the ground. Check these out here.


Phil and I gab with Erik the Red about MONSTROSITY and being awesome dudes.


I appear on Katie and Shaggy Shannahan's awesome livechat. We gab MONSTROSITY, Sailor Moon, Gilmore Girls and more! Horrifying!

Anyhoo, Phil and I are thrilled with the response to the kickstarter so far. Please keep pledging! There is more awesomeness to come! Big announcements on Monday of even more creators on the book!

Monday, June 30, 2014


Guys, JULY 7th. That is the day we launch the kickstarter for MONSTROSITY II.

You liked the first volume? Wait for this next volume guys. It is legit going to be the internet.

Check out this interview..might be a nugget in there about a certain amazing cover artist. Excuse my enthusiasm. We were in Sarnia on very little sleep.

We are pretty psyched to show it off.

Get ready.

Friday, May 30, 2014

TCAF and Tuff Stuff

TCAF has come and gone. Three weeks later and I can look back and say this year was a big success. My newest book, Tuff Stuff, sold out! 50 copies! That’s pretty good! I also sold a bunch of other books as well. Due to my incredible record keeping, I will never know for sure, but I think I can say with a fair amount of confidence that this might have been my BEST TCAF EVA!

My high sales this year were certainly buoyed by the release of my new book Tuff Stuff which I finished just in time for TCAF. For real, just in time. I finished printing the covers Saturday at 230 in the morning.
A nice thing that was reassuring; people who were new to my work were gravitating towards Tuff Stuff. This is a good sign! People seemed to like the cover!

This year I also tried my hand at selling some of my artist books. A Collection of Things and Ennui both moved a couple copies. Not the sell outs I was hoping for, but considering their high price tags, still very welcome.

 TCAF is not just a great show to buy my books at, but also a great place to buy a million books off of so many cool people! SO MANY COOL PEOPLE. Cool people; you know who you are. TCAF always gets me inspired. So much great new work premieres there, most of my purchases were TCAF premieres. So yes, I bought a bunch of books. TCAF is the devil when it comes to sucking my cash straight out of my wallet. Check out these awesome books I obtained.

Day One Swag

Day Two Swag

Another year amazingly well run show by Chris, Miles and Co. See you next year dear TCAF. Thanks for having me!

A short note on Tuff Stuff. It turned out to be 59 pages. I inked the whole thing in one month. I then lettered it in two days. I am pretty happy with the end result but because of the speed with which I turned it out there are some grammatical errors in this first edition.  I will be posting the revised version up on my website in the next week or so. Keep your eyes peeled for that. I will also be printing a second edition of the book, with the edits done, in time for my next show. It will also be available on my website to purchase here.

Sunday, April 13, 2014


In my previous post I spoke about having three new books to release this year at TCAF. This is the second of those three books. It is called 'Ennui'. This book is leather bound, 32 pages with silkscreen Interiors. The book consists of eight different illustrations all featuring two layers of silkscreening.  This book is limited to eight editions, of which seven will be for sale at TCAF, hand numbered and signed. First come first serve.
This is what the illustration look like on the interior of the book. As you can seem they are all full bleed and totally baller. These next four illustrations below are also in the book. These are the line art versions. Not how they appear in the book which features an additional color layer.

 The other two books I will have for sale are 'A Collection of Things' and my new comic, which I am currently wrapping up work on, 'Tuff Stuff'. 'Tuff Stuff' is 60 pages of awesome. I am very excited to get it out into the world for you all to see. It feels like decades ago that I released Sassy Mavericks. Below you will see a spread of seven inked pages and one panel isolated. I will post again before TCAF to give final details on these books, prices etc.

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Cover Work!

So this here is a cover I did for Fred Kennedy's 'The Whores Son' novella, available now on Kindle! Check it out! Below is a process GIF of how I got to this final product. I should mention I stole my final cover scheme from a pretty iconic XMEN cover. Anyhoo..good times.


In other news, I am busting ass on my new comic Tuff Stuff. There will be news about that up on here soon as it will be released at TCAF! Stay tuned dawgs. 

Sunday, January 26, 2014

A Collection of Wonderful Things

So this is one of three planned new books I will have for TCAF this year. This one is a limited edition of seven, six of which will be for sale. All hand bound in leather, 19 individual two layer silkscreens some featuring degradaies (sp).
This new work is a repurposing, in a collage style, of the work from my comics practice into new arrangements bound together within a book. This process allows me to recontextualize the imagery and meanings of my original pages to create new messages out of pre-existing narratives. Each page is independent from the source material and becomes its own individual piece; meaning is contained within each image. Colour is introduced in the form of imagery and text. It is used to add to the composition, subvert or reinforce the meanings found within each piece.