Monday, September 12, 2016

Super Antics #9

--And now, in an obviously ploy to get you to visit my webcomic, I've added a bonus panel at This panel occurred to me as I was drawing the page. Here it is without words--

Hmmm, what does it say? Anyone want to take a guess in the comments section before heading over to my web comic?

Saturday, August 6, 2016

Batman and Superman

From my desk at work. It helps me keep a team spirit!

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Super Antics #8

Even though I've recently started a new web comic, I can't stop myself from doing this kind of thing too--

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

My New Web Comic-- DIRTNAP!

I've stated before that I've been working on a monster comic for years now. It's true! I'm kicking it off as a web comic today! I've uploaded the first 10 pages and plan to post new pages every Tuesday and Thursday. Check it out at

It's a story of monsters, tragedy, adventure, and humor. It will run approximately 160 pages and along the way we'll encounter vampires, zombies, ghosts, werewolves, and maybe even a mermaid or two. I could tell you more, but I prefer to let the story unfold on its own.

I currently have over a 100 pages drawn. I've given myself a big buffer to ensure I can release two pages a week. Here's the first two--

Check more out at--

Monday, May 2, 2016

Doctor Strange Gifs!

Pin-up from 1965's Strange Tales #128. I went a little insane animating this.

BONUS! My son, Kit, animated a different Ditko Dr. Strange background (from Strange Tales #138) using Google's Deep Dream Generator--

By the Name of the Dread Dormammu, that's creepy!

Monday, March 21, 2016

Marvel's Black Panther Gif

All longtime comic readers have certain notable panels that stick in their memories forever. I have several, and one of them is my first exposure to the Black Panther from 1975's Giant-Size Fantastic Four #5. I've taken the liberty of creating an animated gif of it. Yes, it's subtle, but it warms my heart. I was a kid when this was published (it was a reprint of Fantastic Four Annual #5 from 1967) and I've loved the character ever since. Here's the full page--

Oh Jack, you so Kirby! I reread it countless times. I didn't have many comics growing up. I'm super-excited to see BP on the big screen this Summer!

This issue also made me a fan of Black Bolt, and to a greatly lesser degree, Psycho-Man.