Inktober 2019

I recently finished Inktober 2019, where I did 31 convention sketch-style drawings during October. Some have already sold but in the gallery below I have the sketches that are still available. Sketches are on 9×12 watercolor paper and all prices include U.S. Shipping. I will not be doing any international shipping on these, sorry. Paypal acmexpo@gmail.com and be sure to include your shipping address. Thanks!

The Long Way Home & The Ronin & The Shisa!

I’m running a Kickstarter for my dream project right now!

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The Long Way Home is the working title of a documentary about going back to the place you call home, after being away for 25 years. It’ll follow me and my best friends as we all return to Okinawa after two and a half decades, and examine how that period of our lives, and that experience defined us, and made us a family. As part of the project, for my comic book fans, I’m also producing a 60-page manga comic called The Ronin and The Shisa. Both are included in one Kickstarter campaign.

Tucson Comic Con

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A 17×11 print that I made for Tucson Comic Con. If you’re interested in a copy, email super75studios@gmail.com to availability. Cost is $10 for pick up at the convention this weekend or $20 shipped within the U.S.

Adventure!

I just got back from the Long Beach Comic Con and I wanted to express my sincere thanks to everyone who picked up a copy of Adventure Van from us at the Golden Apple Books booth. Ryan Liebovitz and his family and staff were incredible hosts all weekend and really go out of their way to make their creators feel welcome. I also got to spend some time hanging out Michael McMillian, my writer and the creator of Adventure Van and that’s always fun. Other than him working on sets in Hollywood and me working in my garage, we’re pretty much the same person. I also got the chance to drink at the Chez Jay for a bit, which was cool because I really enjoy GOLIATH on Amazon. Check it out. Lastly, please, please, pre-order and back-order Adventure Van from your local comic shop if you would like a copy. Most retailers only order the most popular books and a small press book like ours needs vocal people to order it. Thanks!

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