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Monthly Archives: October 2011
There’s really no way to put this that doesn’t sound embarrass me to no small end, so I’ll just type it: Instead of coming out on November 8, All Fall Down will be published on January 10, 2012. So yeah. I’m not sure if … Continue reading
In honor of Halloween– one of my favorite days– I’d like to take a moment and introduce you to the Ghoul– a vigilante superhero whose power is the ability to be really scary. To creep each other out, superheroes tell … Continue reading
Working with a publisher can be frustrating at times. Hell, working with anyone in a position of authority (in any line of work) can get nerve-wracking. Especially if you’ve invested time on a project and find yourself needing to toss … Continue reading
One thing I stress about All Fall Down is that it was never a one-man show. Not even close. There were several pencillers, an entire studio of colorists and even a letterer (the dude that fills in the word bubbles) or two. But today I … Continue reading
“Focus on the core skills, your inner game. The techniques will take care of themselves.” This is a quote by David DeAngelo– aka Eben Pagan– and it stuck with me for the rest of the day, today. In life you’ll meet … Continue reading
Hey. So it occurred to me that if you don’t know exactly where All Fall Down is coming from, you might not really know yet whether or not if it’s for you. That’s fine. That’s what this post is for. All … Continue reading
Let me be clear: This website isn’t just a place where I try to tell you about my work and try to convince you to buy it. (It is those things also, but it’s not the point.) I want you know … Continue reading
According to the publisher, All Fall Down will be released on November 8. Also known as two weeks from today. Now comes the bit where we set up book signings and push for reviews. Keep your eyes peeled– I may even … Continue reading
After looking through a number of wordpress themes, this one jumped out at me because it used a very short, very wide picture for the header. Putting together a comic book, I’ve seen lots of very short, very wide pictures. … Continue reading