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Hey everyone!

The latest issue of Magic Bullet, the DC metro area comics newspaper (chock full of Maryland and DC area artists) is coming out tomorrow at Big Planet Comics in College Park, Maryland! Spearheaded by Matt Dembicki, Rafer Roberts, and Andrew Cohen, the latest issue has an “end of the world” theme and looks like it’ll be pretty fan-frickin-tastic.


Here’s a sneak peek of my contribution:

Magic Bullet #5 snippet


Keep a lookout for it – it’ll be in stores tomorrow! And while you’re at it, check out XOC: The Journey of a Great White, Matt’s book which has just been released from Oni Press! It’ll get you prepped for Shark Week! Mmm … shark week …


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Have I mentioned that I’ll be exhibiting at the Stumptown Comics Fest this weekend?

My two li’l printers are hard at work right now churning out copies of my latest autobio mini-comic GO FOR THE EYES!

Latest Mini-Comic!

It’s debuting at Stumptown but I’ll have it for sale from my shop when I get back. 24 pages of pure awkward, undiluted self-defense! Can you dig it??

In the meantime, you can preview the comic right here.

I’ll be exhibiting at table D-18, alongside the superbly talented Mike DiMotta! We’ll be there with loads of smiles (and layers, probably – it’s unpredictable Portland, right?) and stuff for you to look at. Come on out and visit!

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Some recent freelance illustrations I’ve done for some fine folks …

Family Picnic


Zombie Wedding Invitation

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True confession: I graduated from college TEN YEARS AGO! *gasp*

I know, I know, it hit me hard recently too. But you know what’s super awesome about the college I graduated from? (University of Maryland Baltimore County, home of a pretty killer chess team)  They have a fun, super informative magazine with a great design sense that keeps tabs on students young and *ahem* old. And recently, they honored me by asking me to be a part of their Class Notes section!

For my piece, I decided to condense 10 years of my life in comics into a 2-page memoir. Enjoy! (if you click on it, it’ll be at least a little bit more readable)


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Recently, I had the pleasure of designing not just one, but two logos for this amazing upstart roller derby team in Florida called (awesomely enough) the Thunder City Derby Sirens. Of course, with a name like that, this Greek Myth Nerd was super excited to be a part of their branding. All hail the Sirens!!

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I’ve been asked to participate in an upcoming Time Travel Anthology, put together by the lovely Melody Often, and contributed to by all Baltimore comic artists! These are just my sketches for now, dealing with one of my least favorite topics – BEES!! Keep a lookout for the anthology, due out this year!

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Okay I have to take a break from the regularly scheduled griping about learning how to play roller derby to mention ….

… That Oni Press‘s Derby Anthology, JAM! is out in stores today!!! Woop woop! Written by rollergirls, drawn by comickers, it’s the perfect blend of everything … well, that I’ve ever wanted!

Comic lovers – Get out there and hug a derby girl!

Derby girls – We’ve conquered another media outlet!

I have a l’il eight page story in the book about when I was first learning how to skate  … (which was seriously not that long ago … we’re talking end of 2008 – eek!) It’s crazy to think how much has happened since then. Rest assured I still feel awkward, still make shrill bird noises when I fall, and still wonder what the hell I think I’m doing out there. But now I feel a part of this world and no longer on my tippy toes, craning to get a look inside. Yay!

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