*Update: The book is now available on Amazon. Go get it! —– I owe Scott Irwin. I mean, technically we’re square, but I feel like I got the sweeter end of our arrangement. I met Scott many moons ago. We worked on a book called RUE (buy it on Comixology!) together when I was with
Scott Irwin, the artist of the Hammer Down Webcomic made the above video all by his lonesome and it is glorious. We’ve been doing this free webcomic for over a year now and so far so good. People seem to enjoy it. There’s another year or so before it wraps up — yes, it has
Scott (Irwin) hits me up. He’s like, “Truckers, man. space truckers.” I’ve got my phone cradled between my head and shoulder, fixing my daughter’s dinner. “Space truckers?” “Yeah, space truckers!” “What about ’em?” “That’s the book.” “Like, hauling stuff?” My kid doesn’t want to eat. She’s telling me to put the phone down. “No, man.
Friends, A few years ago, while at Semantink Publishing, I started a webcomic with a few friends. The comic tapped into our darkest memories of days long past when the five of us worked at a particularly popular coffee chain that shall remain nameless. The service industry had not been kind to us and we
Hey there, friends. Some of you know that for two glorious years of my life I worked on a little webcomic called The Undergrounds. The premise was simple: What if monsters held down dayjobs? It was usually funny, typically inappropriate, and often offensive. We had a great time doing it. The first season revolved around