Friday, October 31, 2008

Happy Halloween

This is an emblem that I designed for my cousin's halloween costume. Unless you've been under a rock for the last six months, you'll understand what it means.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

They Run Chicago

This is a T-Shirt design I did for my friends Jennifer and Anu who are running in the Chicago Marathon on October 12th. Click it for a giant-sized version.

Good luck, ladies!

Monday, May 26, 2008


Last week I got a email from a woman named Meg from New Jersey who rescues chinchillas and other small wildlife creatures. She had seen my chinchilla illustration and asked me to draw some designs for their website they could use for stickers and such. I've done two for her so far and here they are. You can check our Meg's website at and (lots of cute pics on this one)

Thursday, May 15, 2008


Check out GHOST PIMP on ACT-I-VATE today! Okay, okay, so you've probably seen the comic ten thousand times, but stop by and leave a comment to show a little support for your boy! I'll have a BRAND NEW Ghost Pimp comic starting on Thursday, June 26th! While you're there, check out all the cool comics by some of the most talented artist around! Click the link on your left or go to!

Sunday, April 13, 2008


A few friends and I got a nice shout-out in the lastest issue of BATMAN CONFIDENTIAL, written by my pals Tony Bedard and the super-talented Rags Morales.In the issue, Batman and Nightwing try to figure out the identity of the villain known as the Wrath. They know he's a orphan, but which one?
Well, it sure ain't me, Jorge, Tom or Jesse, who all worked with Tony and Rags at Valiant Comics back in the day! I think it's that Caldwell guy.
Looks just like me, too! Batman Confidential #16 is on sale now!

Thursday, March 27, 2008

My Cousins

This picture was taken about seven or eight years ago, I think. We took some standard family photos but then got a chance to get a little silly. Clockwise from the top left there's Monica, Me, Krystal, Tony, LeKecia, Adrianna and Tiffany. So proud of you all and love ya!

Thursday, February 28, 2008


This was an assignment I did in my third year at the Kubert school (in 1991, I think). We were to take two pages of comic book scrip and pencil, ink and letter the pages. I picked Swamp Thing #26, written by Alan Moore. I'm a huge Alan Moore fan and figured this would be my only chance to kinda work with him. If you haven't read his Swamp Thing issues you're missing out on some of the best comics ever written. Looking back on these pages, I like some of the line-work, the page layout and the moodiness, but the anatomy is stiff. By this time, I had realized that I was much stronger using a more cartoonier style, but this was a fun challenge and one of the few Kubert assignment that I look back on and still kinda like. Click if you want to see it bigger.

Monday, February 18, 2008

Wednesday, February 13, 2008


A few weeks before Christmas, I did a storyboard for PSYOP for Microsoft Zune. It's a Valentine's Day theme and it's cute and gross at the same time...Click the play button to watch the animatic.

The finished version is out, and it's really cool! You can check it out at:

Monday, February 4, 2008

KND Sunday Comic Strips

Back in my Codename: Kids Next Door days, I worked on a series of KND Sunday comics strip pages that were to appear in a European kids magazine. I have no idea if they ever did, but I was pretty happy with the twenty comics I produced and want to show them off. Most are plotted by Mr. Warburton and scripted by me, with inks by Rob "Iguana" Smith. The first two strips are colored by Mike Cavallero and the third by Erin Finnegen.

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Operation: C.H.I.N.A. Pt.1

Here we go again, another 8-page Codename: Kids Next Door adventure for DC Comics' ACTION PACK. I'm felling a little rusty, but these pages will do. The story picks up after page four, so hopefully I'll be back in the swing of things by then. I'm just happy I was able to knock out two pages this week...

Wednesday, January 9, 2008


Another book I colored during my early years at Valiant was The SECOND LIFE of DR. MIRAGE, written by Bob Layton and pencilled by Bernard Chang. I only colored the first 5 issues (interiors), because I was doing more and more writing for the company at the time. I'll get to that soon.