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Hey kids,

As some of you may remember, I — along with the Amazing David Brame — used to run a webcomic, called Punch-Up, about a kid named Patrick, who gets beaten up for a living, and his slightly unbalanced stalker BFF, Kendra. So, with such a fantastically weird story concept like that, of course we had to do a special Christmas comic.

Santa, Baby ran during the Christmas of 2011 but, since then, the site has been taken down. It may have only been a five page story, but it was one of my favorite, more personal little comics I had ever written. It means quite a bit to me. I love this little bit of weirdness. Hope you enjoy it, too.

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Santa Baby
I hope you are all having a very merry happy, no matter how you may be spending it or who you’re spending it with. Love you guys.


Hello all,

I’m back from Columbus and S.P.A.C.E. was a ton of fun, as per usual. Con traffic was a bit slow across the board, but I still managed to sell my fair share. I also got to pick up a couple of really fun comics, including The Little Monsters EP: A 2 Headed Monster Comics Sampler from James Moore, Joel Jackson, and Katie Valeska and Blink: So It Goes – Wonka Wonka Kochalka by Max Ink. And, as always, it was just fantastic to get out to a con and see all my comic creator friends again. Thanks to everyone who came out to buy a book or a plushie or just stopped by to say hi! And a BIG thanks to my friends Emily and Jamil, who put me up — and put up with me! — for the weekend!


A quick announcement. I know I promised you this yesterday, but I forgot the rule that says “Thou shalt not get much of anything accomplished the day after an out-of-town convention weekend, no matter how hard thou tries.”

I have five or six of those awesome handcrafted Patrick Plushies, courtesy of the wonderful Ms. Abigail Kokai, leftover from S.P.A.C.E. They’re going for $20 (plus $3.00 S&H — PayPal only, at this time, please) AND I’ll throw in a copy of the 40-page Punch-Up comic, some stickers and postcards, and maybe some other goodies for FREE. If interested, let me know.

Hey kids,

OK, so good news/bad news time.

The bad news is that, unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, I had to cancel my appearances at both the Summit City Comic Con in Fort Wayne, IN and the Derby City Comic Con in Louisville, KY. Both are really great shows and I’m super bummed that I won’t be able to make it to either of them this year. But I shall return, with something that resembles a vengeance, next year.

The good news is that means my first and only show of the season is the Small Press & Alternative Comics Expo in beautiful Columbus, OH!

I’ll be located at Table 129 and will have copies of Punch-Up and Skottie Rocket for sale — both written by me and illustrated by the Amazing David Brame — as well as FREE Punch-Up postcards and stickers — AND, to sweeten the pot, I will have TEN Punch-Up Patrick Plushies for sale, courtesy of the wonderful Ms. Abigail Kokai.

And, in case you weren’t already sick of me, at 4:00 on Saturday April 21st, I will be talking about webcomics on a panel with fellow webcomics creators Doug Hufford & Todd Beistel (Yuri Gypsy Hunter), Eric Adams (Lackluster World), and Kevin Czapiewski (Spoilers). This will be my first ever panel, so make sure you come see just how much I can prattle on and sweat in one hour!

SPACE is held at the Ramada Plaza Hotel & Conference Center, located at 4900 Sinclair Road Columbus, OH 43229, April 21st and 22nd, from 10:00 AM through 6:00 PM on Saturday and 10:00 AM through 5:00 PM on Sunday. Admission is $5.00 a day or $8.00 for a weekend pass.

So come on down to S.P.A.C.E. and buy a book or two or just say hi! Either way, it should be a blast!

Punch-Up Plushies: Hell. Yes.

…I posted an awesome new Punch-Up illustration, by the Amazing David Brame, featuring my favorite character to write, Kendra.

Today, I received an awesome new Punch-Up illustration, by the Amazing David Brame, featuring Andy, Patrick’s roommate and best friend.  Check it out:

These are just “warm-up sketches,” by the way.  New Punch-Up pages are being drawn now and the webcomic debuts in twelve days!

Getting pumped!