Incredible Doom #6 – Parts 6 & 7

There are LOTS of new pages of Incredible Doom #6 up on the main site . I’d accidently neglected posting about it here. Go check it out.

Also, in addition to those, Patreon members just got to see several more a few weeks early. There are lots of benifits to becoming a member if you’re enjoying the series. If you’re interested you can see more here.

Why cartoonists might want to be William Castle.

Hey everybody. I’m hard at work on the next chapter of New Haven Lodge. Until that’s ready, here are two things you might be interested in.

1. I wrote a piece on Medium about crazy experiments in the movies to get you excited about digital comics. Are you excited? I am so excited. You can read my article here.

2. I posted a time lapse on Vine of myself drawing Yes Waffle, which has a special bonus by my girlfriend projected in the background.

I’d love to hear what you think. I appreciate all of you so much I’ll have more things for you soon.

Private Files of the Fowl: Fingernail Cuts

Today, I’m excited to announce that the first couple pages of a project I’ve been working on for the last several months have gone up.

Months ago, the very kind and amazingly talented, Jesse Snavlin and Dan Schkade contacted me about doing some work for them. They had been plugging away on an excellent series about characters they’d created named The Fowl and Madeline Cross. They had amassed quite a body of work around them and wanted me to draw a story they were writing centered around Cross and her sisters.

It was an exciting and nerve-wracking idea! I’d never drawn a comic that I didn’t write, never done work for hire comics before, and the subject matter was so different from the kind of things I normally come up with. Although I had, and have, a lot on my plate with my next book, they were willing to give me extremely generous deadlines. (Like I said, they are so kind.) So, for the past several months I’ve been sneaking pages of this story in between the schedule I’d created for myself for “Oh, It’s the End of the World.”1

I’ve had to keep it a secret until now, which was also a learning experience for me, but the first and second pages of the story are now up! Go take a look, read the great recap of what’s been going on in the story so far, and subscribe to The Committee Building tumblr where these are being posted. Those folks are doing some beautiful work.

  1. I’m making progress on “Oh, It’s the End of the World”. The script for the last part of the book is coming along. I’m eager to get back to drawing pages, but I have to nail everything down first. 

“The Chairs’ Hiatus” free high resolution PDF and backup story download

Hey everybody! The downloadable PDF version of The Chairs’ Hiatus is now available for free! All you have to do to get it is share a link to the story on Facebook or Twitter. If that’s not your thing you can download it for the new low price of one dollar and help support the story that way.

Anyone can, of course, still read the main story in your web browser right here.

  • The full graphic novel, including chapter inserts.

  • “Jon” a rare 4-page backup story introducing you to an important character never seen in the main story.

  • Super high, print quality resolution that’s designed to look fantastic on the new iPad. The 2-tone version has never been available in this much detail.

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