I was asked by Dr. Katie Monnin, a professor of Literacy at the University of North Florida recently for my thoughts on comic/graphic novels and there growing presence in the world of education. Below is some of what I wrote her- It’s an overview so I don’t explore some of the historical aspects completely. When […]
I’m starting to get ready to go to PDX next week for the Stumptown comicfest- which I’m really excited for. My brother and I will have a table and will pushing Rabid Rabbits and our own stuff. I’m currently working on a the early stages couple of graphic novels. One about a zombie cat and […]
Just a short note on some reviews that have been floating around. I found these recently and they for the most part are favorable. The Graphic Novel Reporter Rob Vollmar’s comic review blog Shelf Employed And I was nominated American Library Association for the Great Graphic Novels for teens award.
For two weeks and a couple of days I relaxed and drew little in Hawai’i. I don’t want to complain but it did rain half of the time, which probably doesn’t evoke much sympathy unless you consider how little there is to do in a tropical paradise when it’s raining other than wish it wasn’t […]
I’ll be at New York Comic Con today so if your willing to plunk down forty bucks(REALLY!?!?) to see me amongst cosplay enthusiasts then coooool beans. It’s always an over the top event that afterwards usually requires a cool down period. Aside of that I dug this out of the bin and splashed it up […]
I will be signing my new book “Gettysburg- the Graphic Novel” at the New York Comic Con at the Harper Collins Table. 6 to 7 pm, February 7th at the Jacob Javitz Center. I will also be participating on a panel for the Friends of Lulu organization on the representation of women in comics earlier on […]