ACCC was a blast, and a lot of good things are coming out of it. I can’t wait to share some of the stuff.
Thanks to Freddy Lopez, and Chris Holm for a great time!
Keep on the look out for two new title announcements!
Hello all! I haven’t forgotten you!
First off I had a career change and am now running the theater I used to work part time at. I’m in the process of closing it down for it’s remodeling and moving to another theater where I’ll be cooking up goodies for the people of San Antonio.
Secondly, Orlando Baez will not be on 31. He is being replaced by Chris Peterson. The new logo will be posted here. 31 will be published by Strick 9 Comics. We’re hoping for a preview issue at NYCC this year…. We’ll see…. ALso there’s been some pitch meetings in LA on the adaption.
I left Edwin and the Orbs. I did so with a heavy heart, and best wishes to them. Stay tuned because as soon as I know about a launch date, I’ll post it here. It’s a fantastic story, and I wouldn’t trade the time I spent on it for the world.
I might be at Alamo City Comic Con… Stay tuned.
Look at Phil Lollar’s new audio drama “Iliad House”. It’s great. Help support it.
It’s not a publisher, but a group of people in Texas who are liked minded in comics creation. I’ve been talking to local artists and writers.
It’s a studio of like minded people who want to produce great comics, some of these comics will be put out on their own and hopefully draw attention to other people in the group as well because the studio will push the titles.
Started work on a second one. Did a short story. Tine to get back to work on Edwin and the Orbs, and some comic stuff. Getting pitched ready.
It’s been a while since my last update. I mean I did post that nifty little poster preview. Some things have happened in the last few days… Well months really.
For those of you who follow me, you guys know that I
Like , LOVE audio dramas. I really do enjoy them. So I have been staffing on a brand new one. As soon as I can let you guys know more about it, I will. At the moment I can’t until the other writers are locked in. I feel very passionate about this project because of who is involved, how well the pilot scripts were, and my connection to the creator of the show.
Moving on, I have had movement on 31 at two publishers who are interested in it. Also a really great colorist wants to help on the pitch as well. Since he offered, I think I’m going to use him if his schedule allows for it. Right now, it all hinges on Orlando.
The time travel story is coming together nicely. Lauren and I have been hard at work… Well she has been anyway. The car crash, from what I hear is “spectacular”.
Identity is also moving along nicely.
Well that’s about it!
I am re-booting 31. Don’t worry, it won’t change much. It will just be longer, better, and have more action than believable.