Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Frankenstein cover

Here's the new cover I did, with art direction by Bill Cunningham, for the re-release by Pulp 2.0 Press of the Frankenstein graphic novel Martin Powell and I did for Eternity comics waaay back in 1988! Man, hard ro believe it's been that long! Even though it's one of my earliest projects in comics I still am very proud of the work. Pre-order now at http;// .

Monday, August 6, 2012

Tusken Raider

Here's my (kinda) recent submission to Planet Pulp for their Star Wars month. Both the pencils and the paints. Been a blast getting to be a part of this group! !

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Draw magazine # 23

Here's the cover I did for the latest issue of Draw magazine (# 23), big thanks to Mike Manley for a nice interview!!

Friday, May 11, 2012

Cover for the X-Men Origin Storybook

Here's the case cover for the X-Men Origin Storybook. Getting to draw this particular team certainly scratched a big fan boy itch for me. I was a huge fan of the book during this era. It's been fun doing the covers for the Disney/Marvel Press Origin Storybooks so far, lookin' forward to more!

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Planet Pulp 007 month

Here's my latest contribution to the online gallery, Planet Pulp ( ). The theme was James Bond films and characters, I decided to skip over the obvious choice of Bond himself and go with Pussy Galore, the famously named Bond villain.

Disney Spider-Man

It's been a while since I posted here, the main reason being that I've had the good fortune to be swamped with work from Disney Publishing. Now that Disney owns the Marvel characters they've come out with things like storybooks, coloring books, etc., and I've been asked to draw some of those projects. Here's an example of my pencils for the case cover of the Spider-Man Storybook. I provide the pencils and Brian Miller/ Hi Fi Designs provide the colors/paints! If ya got kids check out these Storybooks!

Monday, January 9, 2012

Battle of the Planet Pulp!

I've joined the gang over at Planet Pulp ( ), here's my contribution to comic sketch month, a shot of Mark from Battle of the Planets (well, that's what I knew it as when I first saw the show in my younger days). I was a fan of the cartoon so this was a fun little sketch to do.Check out the site, lots of really talented folks over there!