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Here's a collection of older, out-of-print comics or comics I drew specifically for the web, organized from newest to oldest. You can see any print comics that I have available in my store.
This eight-page, seven-color comic is on the Study Group Comic Books site.
I drew this comic during the first session of Frank Santoro's Comics Correspondence Course.
"Glade and Mark in: Rocky Mountain Chomp"
I drew this comic for the ceremony program for Glade and I's wedding in January of 2011, and then I colored it and posted it online by itself in May of 2011.
"Assault on Yurg"
This comic was originally published as red/blue anaglyph 3D as one of four four-page comics in Math Fiction, alongside Pat Ausilio, Ian Harker, and Josh Burggraf. Math Fiction was published by Yeah Dude comics in December of 2010. I colored this version of the comic in April 2011.
I drew this comic for Secret Prison #2, a newsprint comics anthology. Secret Prison #2 was published in 2010.
"Miizzzard in ATTACK"
I drew this comic to submit to Taffy Hips #8 in 2010, not realizing that they had changed the size.
"Shamanman: The Castle of the Hyperlord"
This comic was in Smoke Signal #5. Smoke Signal is published by Desert Island.
"The Miizzzard of the Year 2978 ATTACKS
Josh Burggraf and I collaborated on this twelve-page comic. We brainstormed the plot, divided it up into a page-by-page outline, and then drew alternating pages. Then, we decided to reorder the first four pages so that it's two pages of me and then two pages of Josh. We like to be confusing. Shaman Thunder was originally published as a minicomic by the Gold County Paper Mill.
"Tall Kris ATTACKS Gasyooz"
I drew this comic for the STAPLE! 2010 Program Guide. This was an anthology edited by Randy Lander and distributed to everyone who attended STAPLE! 2010.
"FISTS: Free Given, Grudgingly Received"
In 2010, I drew this comic for Smear Campaign #14 in the style of the comic "FISTS" that I did for my college newspaper, The Daily Texan. I'm not sure if Smear Campaign #14 has been published yet.
"The Floating Crystal Witch ATTACKS
I drew this comic for Reynard Seifert's site hahaclever in 2009.
"Herakles of Mars ATTACKS the Lion of Tharsis"
I drew this comic for Taffy Hips #5 in 2009. I'd recently finished Kim Stanley Robinson's Mars trilogy so I was really into the red planet. This is the second ATTACKS comic that I've done, so I just straight-up copied the format of the first. I did the same thing for the third, which was published by hahaclever here. Then I switched it up a bit for the fourth one, published by Arthur here.
"Froghead ATTACKS Shamanman"
This is the first ATTACKS comic that I drew, inspired by Kevin Huizenga's comic Fight or Run. It's also the third Shamanman comic and the first comic that I drew with Manga Studio, which has served me well. I drew this on 24-hour-comic-book day, 2009, in my studio with my brohams Grant Davis, Martin Thomas, and Allison Andrews.
This is the second Shamanman comic that I drew.
I made this 12-page zine so that I'd have something to hand out to people at MoCCA 2009. It's based on a true story from when I was living by myself in Austin, TX.
"Shamanman: The Origin"
This is the first Shamanman comic that I drew. It's both his first appearance and origin. It was published in Smoke Signal #1 in 2009.
5x7 "TRANZ" Comics
5x7 is an annual benefit show for Arthouse in Austin. I drew four four-panel TRANZ-style comics (see the TRANZ zine below) for the show in 2009.
I drew this comic for the STAPLE! 2009 Program Guide. This was an anthology edited by Randy Lander and distributed to everyone who attended STAPLE! 2009.
Inspired in part by Yuichi Yokoyama's inhuman, action-focused comics, I drew a series of short, one- to three-page strips focused on one verb at the beginning of 2009.
You can view a more often updated collection of previews of published comics, comics done for the hell of it, sketches, drawings, older comics, and other art on my flickr here.