Hi gang. I know I haven’t been updating the ol’ blog very much these days. Sure, I post The Dailies once a week, but that’s barely even three minutes of distraction from work. What if I told you there was a way you could buy some of the longer things I’ve been working on, and that said things would offer you distractions from work that last upwards of fifteen minutes?
I’m talking, of course, about the MoCCA Festival in New York. I’ll be there again this year selling my comics, and making eye contact with strangers. Be sure to come to my table say hi to me, Andy Warner, dw, Nate Woots, and the rest of my cartoonist pals!
Here’s this year’s spread:
This 40-page story was the main project I’ve been working on over the last few months. It’s set in a small, prairie town in the early spring. The crows have returned from their migration early and they are behaving very strangely, though most of the townspeople barely take notice.
Last Mountain – Issue Zero
After years of being afraid to commit to an ongoing collection of my work, I’m finally going through with it. Last Mountain contains three short stories featuring cowboys, high school, immigration, forests, and looming invisible forces.
After Ghost Rabbit made The Comics Journal’s Top 30 Minicomics of 2011, I decided to print a 2nd edition of it. It tells the parallel stories of a little girl who is beginning to understand age and death, and a ghost rabbit.