Friday, August 31, 2012

A Slice of Cheesecake

    Be sure to check out my second blog, A Slice of Cheesecake! You'll find a link on my full profile.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Sunday, August 26, 2012


       A panel detail from a story I wrote and penciled (Jeff Austin on the inks) called "Naked To Hell." It told the story of an LAPD operation to crack a Hollywood smut ring by using a nudist as an undercover agent. I really liked the story, but it was put together during a period when I didn't have regular access to a computer. One of the pages was printed out of order or something and the editor re-wrote the script in order to patch everything together. I wasn't consulted at all, and when I finally saw the story in print I discovered the entire tone had been changed. I was probably more proud of that story than anything else I'd written, so the incident didn't do me any favors. At least the inks were nice.

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Black Venus

 A few panels from AC's Femforce. Inks provided by Jeff Austin. This was a story meant to test the waters to see if Femforce readers would be interested in seeing Black Venus become a more visible figure (an actual 40's character revived by AC in the 90's).

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Godzilla vs the 70's

   It was a decade noted for the most hideous clothing ever worn by human beings. Disco made the scene, porno began playing in legitimate theaters, and inflation was on the rise. Young people thought of parties, but we were all going to die from pollution, killer bees, and a new ice age. Somehow, we survived the 70's, and the two countries hit by it worst were the United States and Japan.

   Although his films weren't everything they were in the previous decade, Godzilla still manged to enjoy popularity even as budgets became reduced to meet higher costs. Godzilla retired in 1975, still a champion. Due to their odd release dates, his films (often in varying cuts) played US screens through to the end of the decade. Here's a round up of some ad art for the Big Blue Dinosaur's last great era.

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Remember my Book?

 Eventually, my graphic novel will make the rounds. The only drawback to getting good inkers is that they're always in demand. That doesn't leave a lot of open time for a non-payer like myself! In the meantime, here's a couple of panel details I happen to have handy....