Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Where to find me this weekend at SDCC.

Where to find me this weekend at SDCC.

Saturday, July 19, 2014
This is how I would wrap up the TWO WEEKS NOTICE trilogy: 
2 WEEKS 2 NOTICE: Sandra Bullock is in a zany but horrifying accident and has to have experimental surgery that leaves her essentially just a head. As she recovers,  she slowly realizes Hugh Grant has tricked her into working for him again. Can she escape his employ for a second time? Without the use of her body? Meanwhile, the snakes that live inside of Hugh Grant and operate him like a human skin puppet aren’t getting along. Can they put their differences aside long enough to save their business? Directed by Jennifer Lynch (Boxing Helena).
2WN: TOKYO DRIFT: Hugh Grant is kidnapped by a rival corporation while doing business in Japan. Sandra Bullock gets a second experimental surgery to become a car in order to rescue him. Can she do it before the kidnapper’s two week deadline is up? Bullock shines in a performance where she mostly communicates to the audience in honks and flashing headlights.
Spinoff:
TWO WEEKS NOTICE ORIGINS: (ROBERT KLEIN’S CHARACTER’S NAME): In an experimental mix of documentary and narrative film, Robert Klein is horrified to discover those 200 HBO specials he’s done were actually televised.

This is how I would wrap up the TWO WEEKS NOTICE trilogy: 

2 WEEKS 2 NOTICE: Sandra Bullock is in a zany but horrifying accident and has to have experimental surgery that leaves her essentially just a head. As she recovers,  she slowly realizes Hugh Grant has tricked her into working for him again. Can she escape his employ for a second time? Without the use of her body? Meanwhile, the snakes that live inside of Hugh Grant and operate him like a human skin puppet aren’t getting along. Can they put their differences aside long enough to save their business? Directed by Jennifer Lynch (Boxing Helena).

2WN: TOKYO DRIFT: Hugh Grant is kidnapped by a rival corporation while doing business in Japan. Sandra Bullock gets a second experimental surgery to become a car in order to rescue him. Can she do it before the kidnapper’s two week deadline is up? Bullock shines in a performance where she mostly communicates to the audience in honks and flashing headlights.

Spinoff:

TWO WEEKS NOTICE ORIGINS: (ROBERT KLEIN’S CHARACTER’S NAME): In an experimental mix of documentary and narrative film, Robert Klein is horrified to discover those 200 HBO specials he’s done were actually televised.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Drawing I did that was commissioned by my buddy Michael Van Vleet for his wife Amanda’s birthday.

Drawing I did that was commissioned by my buddy Michael Van Vleet for his wife Amanda’s birthday.

Friday, July 11, 2014
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
The final pages of ON HIATUS went up on Study Group yesterday.
You can read the entire 3-part story here.
Sincere thanks to everybody that read it, might read it, said nice things about it, thought nice things about it, or thought not nice things about it, but didn’t say them to me. And thanks again to Study Group and Zack for putting it up.

I am now going to spend the rest of the summer enjoying nature by whispering all of my regrets into my dog’s mouth while laying unmoving on the floor.

The final pages of ON HIATUS went up on Study Group yesterday.

You can read the entire 3-part story here.

Sincere thanks to everybody that read it, might read it, said nice things about it, thought nice things about it, or thought not nice things about it, but didn’t say them to me. And thanks again to Study Group and Zack for putting it up.

I am now going to spend the rest of the summer enjoying nature by whispering all of my regrets into my dog’s mouth while laying unmoving on the floor.

Thursday, July 3, 2014
curtpires:

SNEAK PEEKZ— POP #2. Art as always, by  Jason Copland and Pete Toms. 
If you want to pre-order, that’d help us greatly. Diamond Order Code JUN140041 for issue one. 

This is coming out pretty soon. Written by Curt Pires, drawn by Jason Copland, colored by me, lettered by Ryan Ferrier, and designed by Dylan Todd.
I’m curious as to whether people that read it will be able to tell which page of issue 2 I was coloring when I died, and which pages I colored as a ghost. 

curtpires:

SNEAK PEEKZ— POP #2. Art as always, by  Jason Copland and Pete Toms. 

If you want to pre-order, that’d help us greatly. Diamond Order Code JUN140041 for issue one. 

This is coming out pretty soon. Written by Curt Pires, drawn by Jason Copland, colored by me, lettered by Ryan Ferrier, and designed by Dylan Todd.

I’m curious as to whether people that read it will be able to tell which page of issue 2 I was coloring when I died, and which pages I colored as a ghost. 

Tuesday, June 24, 2014
There’s a bunch of new pages of On Hiatus up on Study Group.

There’s a bunch of new pages of On Hiatus up on Study Group.

Thursday, June 19, 2014
guttersnipercomics:

The always-affable Steve Morris interviewed me for The Beat. Head over there if you want to hear me talk about branding, cover design and how much I love petetoms.

Good interview with Dylan Todd who is a great designer and generally the best. I’m also 60% sure he’s living in the desert creating a clone army, so it’s probably worth reading the interview just to get familiar with our possible, eventual overlords. 

guttersnipercomics:

The always-affable Steve Morris interviewed me for The Beat. Head over there if you want to hear me talk about branding, cover design and how much I love petetoms.

Good interview with Dylan Todd who is a great designer and generally the best. I’m also 60% sure he’s living in the desert creating a clone army, so it’s probably worth reading the interview just to get familiar with our possible, eventual overlords. 

Tuesday, June 17, 2014