Monday, December 31, 2007

High Gear

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

A Fistful Of Pages

Now that it's on newsstands, here are a few pages from SHE-HULK #23.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Those Pesky Ninja

Another She-Hulk piece from the archives.

Friday, November 2, 2007

Go With The Flow

One of my favorite parts of drawing comics is having the opportunity to really get nuts and explore composition, experimenting with how to move the viewer's eye through a page, while still telling the story. In the case of these pages, She-Hulk doing what she does best -- Kicking ass.

Mother Of All Evil

Here are a few of my favorite pages from FRIDAY THE 13th: PAMELA'S TALE for WildStorm.
In these pages, Pamela Voorhees, the mother-to-be of Jason, exacts her revenge on her abusive shitheel of a husband.
I worked from a plot-only style script on these books, which gave me a great deal of freedom with the pacing and storytelling of the pages. I was still subject to a few changes from New Line Cinema, but overall, it was a pretty darn good time.
Edited by Ben Abernathy, Written by Marc Andreyko, Penciled and Inked by Yours Truly.

Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Monday, October 29, 2007


Couple more doodles from my sketchbook.

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Pencil Pushing

Now that issue #22 is out, I'll post some pages. I got a kick out of some of the faces on these.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Pressing Matters

Another She-Hulk sketch from when I was gearing up for the series.

Friday, October 19, 2007

Dr. Clown

Sketch for a neurosurgeon.

Tuesday, October 9, 2007


Be sure to check out my buddy Tom Nguyen's new book, INCREDIBLE COMICS WITH TOM NGUYEN!
Tom worked like a bastard on this thing. It's finally out and it looks great. Available at fine booksellers everywhere!

And She Was

Some sketches from when I was playing around with how I wanted to approach She-Hulk visually.

Monday, October 1, 2007


Here's how I'd originally drawn page 15. Something more was wanted, so here also are some of the sketches I did. They went with #4.

In The Green

Since they've released these pages to the web, I figured I'd finally throw some of the pencils up here. From Marvel's SHE-HULK #22, written by Peter David.

Saturday, September 15, 2007

The Boys

Here's one from some time ago, just for fun. The perspective fell apart a bit in the lower left, but it was still a fun piece to pencil and ink. I love the idea of Midnighter and Apollo. The contrasting characters -- the shining paragon to the twisted, almost psychotic maniac.

Sunday, July 29, 2007

Sketchbook Madness

Some play from my sketchbook.

Saturday, July 21, 2007

It's Always The Quiet Ones...

My first crack at Jason Voorhees, while I was getting warmed up for a Friday the 13th book at WildStorm.

I went "comicbooky" and buff for this one. He's obviously "compensating" for something...

Friday, July 13, 2007

Ideation 5 - Trajectory

I liked this chick. In the script, one of the women was called "Lumina", so initially, I envisioned her as this beautiful, multi-racial, light, flowery, tree-hugging, earth mother with a "celt" hairstyle and henna or woad on her face/body and some kind of light-based powers. Some where in the process, "Lumina" became Natasha and this woman became "Trajectory", an Asian-American speedster with this sort of tracer-effect streaming off the beads in her hair. Also included here, one of my scribbles for a possible color scheme of the costumes, once I was told they were to be Luthor's colors -- purple and green. I originally had them in different colors. Sticking with the purple and green thing, I pictured them maybe in deep, purple and green leather or something.