Monthly Archives: February 2013
It’s official. The softcover SiP Omnibus is coming in June. Two 1,014-page books for one price… $100. That’s every story, every cover, every page I ever published that had anything to do with the series, including the one-shots and short stories. That my friends, is a lot of drawing. About 13-14 years worth, in fact.
I was delighted to see a hearty recommendation of Echo: The Complete Edition by the Harvard Book Store.
Here’s a fun, detailed podcast discussion of the Rachel Rising: Shadow Of Death trade paperback by the guys at ECHORIFT.
NOW is the time to sign up for a FREE online class assembling: GENDER THROUGH COMICS. It’s the first comics-related Massive Open [...]
I recently chatted for an hour with 3 Chick Review Comics at CBR and spilled the truth about self-publishing, hoping somebody can take the info and use it to conquer the world.
You can sign up now for a Gender Thru Comic Books online class. I will be a guest speaker, as will Mark Waid and [...]
Wow, I can’t believe it’s just days away—the first convention of 2013. Next Thursday we’ll jam ourselves into a hot and smelly, germ-filled pipe and let a drunk pilot try to crash land it somewhere near downtown Seattle. We’ll check into a hotel and hope their water supply is corpse-free, the lettuce wasn’t washed by [...]
If you would like an original drawing from me now is the time—I am accepting a limited number of commissions. This will be for a pen & ink drawing on 11 X 17 inch Strathmore paper… the same medium and size as a comic book cover. You tell me what you want, I draw it [...]
At some point this year, the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund will release a comic featuring vignettes and short stories about freedom of speech. To draw attention to this worthy organization and the book that will help raise funds for their cause, I thought I’d show you my 2-page contribution. I call it, DOUCHE BAG!
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund offered original sketches to supporters who made donations. I contributed the following three of Katchoo (SiP), Julie (Echo) and Rachel (Rachel Rising). These went right to donors so they’re not available. Just sharing so you will know, the CBLDF is a rewarding group to support.
Where are you with the SIP novel?
With still a lot of work to do on the novel, I’ve had to put it aside to make sure a couple of other books come out this summer, the SiP Treasury and the SiP Omnibus Softcover. I plan to resume work on the novel after this years [...]
Here is the first look at the 20th Anniversary Strangers In Paradise print we will have at the cons this year. Printing will be limited to a few hundred, signed and numbered. I just finished this layout on Photoshop and showing it to you immediately, so it’s not even printed yet. The debut date will [...]
I was very excited to learn I will be going back to the comics festival in Lucca, Italy this year. This is made possible by my Italian publisher Bao Publishing, who has been wonderful to work with by the way. I will be at their booth in Lucca signing books and drawing a sketch or two [...]