A suite of haikus sent from my iPhone.
The mystery of the wordless comics broadsheets in François Truffaut’s 1966 adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s Farenheit 451.
I recently finished a one-year drawing project called “20 Lines”
A self-portrait in the form of all the art hanging on my studio wall in 2011.
This is a piece I wrote many years ago for the French comics web site Du9, which is back and going strong after a several year hiatus (if you search their archives you will find several pieces about or by me including an interview with me from 1998 and my translation of a 1995 interview […]
An example of a comic made without images, an on-the-go collaboration with Jessica Abel while on book tour for our textbook Drawing Words & Writing Pictures.
I’ll be using this blog primarily to give news about various things I’m up to in the world of comics, but I’ll also be posting occasional sketchbook pages, works-in-progress, plugs and reviews… the usual blog stuff. (the sketch was drawn in August on the roof of a cathedral in Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain)