We Are Connected. You’re Not Alone.


Connections Cover_front

Suicide is a big deal, and what reasons drive people to suicide are as varied as the people themselves. It’s because of past experiences, mental health, military history, and many other reasons.

Members of my family, and myself, are not the only ones who have had to cope with suicide and suicidal thoughts. So when I heard about the Connections anthology, my sister Kristen and I had to reach out.

Connections is a comics anthology of short stories, all dealing with suicide and the themes of growth and reinvention. It’s a collection of stories that hope to reach out to those who are suicidal to say, “You are not alone.”

Kristen and I have a short story in this anthology because we have dealt with this before, and we wanted the chance to tell others that there is more to life. That there is a way to move forward. That there is hope.

The anthology is available on CreateSpace, and all sales go to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to help found resources, research, and advocacy.

If you would like to get a copy and help the AFSP, go ahead and click here.

Here’s a small preview of the comic we made for this anthology…

connections short story comic art

(click to enlarge)

It would mean a lot to not just Kristen and myself, but everyone who contributed to the anthology, if you got a copy of this book.

Suicide doesn’t affect just one person. It affects everyone. And there is hope.

Thank you for reading.

You. Are. Awesome.


The Sketching Game


I have the goal of drawing two sketchbook pages a day. This is to help get new material for eBook sketchbooks (like the Superhero Ladies sketchbook or the Goth & Punk Girls Sketchbook), and to get better at art-making.

But sometimes, I need a jumping off point to draw from. I can’t draw from my imagination all the time.

So I created the Sketching Game. Continue reading →


I Got A New Printer


His name is Beefy McMuscle-ton…

new printer beefy mcmuscle-ton


And he is a glorious machine!

It took me months to save up enough money for this beast but it was worth. Every. Penny!

Because now, I can get comic pages and sketches scanned into my computer even faster than before, which means faster comic-making and more comics for you to read! Plus he prints thing LIGHTNING fast. Continue reading →


Featured Artist Friday: Thomas Hotka


Today’s feature highlights a webcomic buddy of mine I first met at SPACE con in Columbus, OH in 2013. Boy that feels like forever but was in fact just two years ago.

Thom Hotka is a webcomic artist and video blogger best known for the epic webcomic Nextuus and the Thomcast videos. I got the chance to ask him some questions, and here are his answers… Continue reading →

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