Family Man update!

April 20th, 2012

Preview of Page 249

Page 249 now online!

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I realize the plot’s pretty thick already, but I’m just throwin’ some more cornstarch in there.

News! We’re closing in on the Stumptown Comics Fest at the Oregon Convention Center here in Portland, where I’ll be exhibiting and appearing on two panels.


On the Thursday night before the Fest (4/26), I’ll also be making a Special Guest Appearance at the April edition of Comics Underground, providing some voices for a reading by studiomate (and fellow Eisner nominee) Jonathan Case from his wonderful book Dear Creature. It is going to be silly and excellent.

She's PROBABLY going to be fine.

And, at the fest, I’ll be debuting my first-ever screen print design, hand-pulled by Erika. I am super-excited to have a Fancy Thing – I’ll post a teaser image on Tumblr after this weekend.

Detail from future screen print.

And, new in the store is a print of my illustration for the 2012 Monsters and Dames book, featuring Ariadne and the Minotaur passin’ some spare time in the labyrinth. Get ‘em while they last!

Monster, Meet Dame.

And, confidential to Lucy in the UK: your painting has boomeranged safe and sound, and will be back on its way to you on Tuesday morning!

One Response to “Family Man update!”

  1. Karena on April 30, 2012 9:57 pm

    Oh. my. goodness. This picture is hilarious. Just the thought of Cat’s Cradle being played in a Labyrinth is enough to make me chortle. The picture made me down right cackle. Perhaps this is the alternate story in which the old man (Theseus) loses his magical ball of yarn and is stuck in the labyrinth. Or maybe Ariadne gave him a fake ball of yarn because Dionysus or somebody warned her that Theseus was a jerk. …I’ll shut up now.

    Love all of your work :3

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