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I’m working on new two-color story to be published via risograph for the fall. It’s an autobiographical tale based on a strange event on my sixth birthday. It will be serialized here first once a few more pages are done. I tend to work on these things from the middle – out.

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GROWTH

My new comic book, GROWTH & LIZZY ABERNATHY is done(!) and will be on sale at the GRAND COMICS FESTIVAL in Brooklyn this coming Saturday, June 6. The comic is 52 pages and has black & white interior.

What exactly a "Lizzy Abernathy?" Download the 17 page preview pdf (6 MB) to find out.

Grand comics Fest Poster


 
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I'm participating in a group show featuring 16 Philadelphia based artists and cartoonists at AIGA PHILADELPHIA just off the corner of 2nd and Arch Streets in Philly.

GRAPHIC & NOVEL
Showcasing local comic book artists, visual communicators and storytellers.
Curated by Chase Alexander and Gaby Heit

AIGA Philadelphia’s May exhibit will feature local talents of diverse aesthetics whose work shares the connection to the comic book (sequential art and design) medium; be it through visual communication and storytelling, and designs that feature the characters and stories that have influenced the pop culture landscape. The exhibit opens on First Friday, May 1, and continues to May 31 with related programming throughout the month, to be announced. AIGA Philadelphia SPACE is located at 72 N. 2nd Street in Old City, Philadelphia, May 1 through May 31.

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS:
M. Jacob Alvarez
Art Baxter
Alex Eckman-Lawn
James Heimer
Beth Heinly
John Karpinski
William Kees
Jeff Kilpatrick
Greg Klein
Christine Larsen
Susan Mangan
Chris McDonnell
Kelly Phillips
Dave Proch
Mike Sgier
Cyn Why?


 
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Yo - I'll be giving a fevered reading of my new comic, WE THREE GHOSTS, aloud, live and in person on Saturday, November 16th, at 8:00. Church of the Living Comic is eight Philadelphia cartoonists reading and talking about their work aided by digital projection. It'll be a spectacle all right. Come on out!

Church of the Living Comic
Vox Populi (in the AUX performance space)
319 n. 11th st., 3rd floor
(2 blocks north of the Vine Street Expressway)
Philadelphia PA  19107
$5 suggested donation

You can find out more here, here and here.

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You should be so lucky. (From my sketchbook)

Gimmie that old time religion,
Gimmie that old time religion,
Gimmie that old time religion,
It's good enough for me.

Let us worship Aphrodite,
Even though she's kinda flighty,
And she doesn't wear a nightie,
But that's good enough for me.


 
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I saw this. You can see it bigger here.


 
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Sweet dreams are made of (a couple o') these. Who am I to disagree.


 
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Tis the season to give with one hand and take back with the other.


 
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We Three Ghosts title

Chronically depressed stoner Chadley Fowler is visited on Christmas Eve by three ghosts. Same tune - different words, dude! Runs 30 pages - twice per week - through February. Start right here. Not recommended for Calvinists.

We Three Ghosts title pencil


 
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Boat ride anyone?


 
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Ghost Joint-1

GHOST JOINT, a new story, begins today. Weary restless ghosts roam the Earth.


 
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locust moon poster

PHINKWELL and KETTLEDRUMMER BOOKS are going to be at the LOCUST MOON COMICS FEST this coming Saturday, October 5th from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. We will be at table S-51 at the Rotunda in the University City section of West Philadelphia. See you there!

locust moon-floor plan


 
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NIXON cover

Here’s my new comic book, The NIXON MUSEUM. It’s the second MY OWN PETARD collection. It premieres at SPX 2013 as well as the Locust Moon Comics Fest.

SYNOPSIS: Art Baxter visits the Nixon Museum, where absurd images of the disgraced 37th president of the United States abound. Once there, memories of the turbulent 1968 presidential election bloom as he encounters his old elementary school frienemy, Kurt Dortmund. This crazy obsessive odyssey includes an intermission for a bathroom break.

Color cover & b&w interior – 48 pages – 7.5 x 7

NIXON interior


 

 

 
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