New illustration- for an article about marketing strategies in grocery stores that focus on children.

New illustration- for an article about marketing strategies in grocery stores that focus on children.

I did a variant cover for  Lumberjanes #7, out this Wednesday 10/15! Check out a preview here and snag it at your local comic shop.

I LOVE what the kick-butt creative team is doing with Lumberjanes, and I was so glad to get to do a cover! Big thanks to Whitney, as always. I’m stoked that this series is ongoing and can’t wait to see where it goes next!

I’m going to be at MICE table A36 this weekend, bumping elbows with Dirty Diamonds! It’s a wonderful, friendly con, so if you’re in the Boston area, you should definitely come.

I’m excited slash nervous slash stoked as all get-out to compete in Iron Cartoonist this year!! Come to the panel room on Saturday at 2:30 to watch me draw frantically and fail miserably at trash-talking my awesome opponents.

I’ll have all this good stuff in addition to some leftover sketch covers I dug outta my backpack. Hope to see you there!

I made The Witches’ Daughters for Terrestrial, an anthology of earth-themed fantasy comics edited by Amanda Scurti. You can also read it at its forever home on my portfolio website.

The anthology debuted at SPX 2014, and now you can buy it here! It’s full of lovely comics and illustrations, and I’m very happy to be included in such good company. 

There are only 5 pages left in gingerhaze's Nimona! If you haven't already read it all, you should really catch up in time to cry along with the end.

There are only 5 pages left in gingerhaze's Nimona! If you haven't already read it all, you should really catch up in time to cry along with the end.

Whit Taylor asked me some very thoughtful questions over on Panel Patter!

I’m going to be at SPX table E12B this weekend, right next to the Dirty Diamonds editors extraordinaires! Here’s what I’ve got (lots of all-ages books this year!):

Rift (SPX Debut!)- preview;

Keepsakes- preview- , reviews on Geekadelphia and Bleeding Cool;

The Snapdragon Queen preview- review on Panel Patter;

Hana Doki Kira anthology, including my story, Familiar;

Regular Show #12, Adventure time #30, and Bravest Warriors #23, all with backups I illustrated; Adventure Time #29 and Banana Guard Academy #2 with my variant covers;

possibly a few leftover sketch covers (!);

and the usual print suspects. 

I’ll also be at the meetup on Sunday morning (I think/hope). See you there :)

Sketch covers for Baltimore Comic Con! I’ll be at the boomstudios booth (#2001!) all weekend long, so if you’re in town, stop by and say hi :)

PS- bonus points for requesting dance party sketch covers! I love drawing those.

I did a cover for dudenukem and @nicktapalansky’s Thanatos Diver! You can pre-order the first issue here. It’s a fun all-ages adventure, and definitely worth checking out! There are gorgeous variants from redribbonrobot and christinelarsenillustration, too.

Also, if you’re wondering if you should hire me for illustrations of kids & teens & monsters going on adventures, the answer is unquestionably yes. Send me an email!

Here’s a preview of my new all-ages comic, RIFT! It’s debuting at SPX table E12, and I’ll also have it at MICE and Locust Moon.

RIFT is a story about sibling conflicts, fear, and hope, in a setting that’s just a little bit magical. Tess and Sam haven’t been getting along all summer, and now a camp-wide competition has tensions between them at an all-time high– with their friends caught right in the middle. Will an unexpected, accidental visitor from elsewhere be the final straw, or can all of them work together to get their strange companion safely home?

This all-ages book is a companion to Keepsakes, set in the same location and following some of the same characters, but can also be enjoyed on its own.

$5, 38 pages, b&w interiors with full-color covers. Get it at SPX table E12! I hope you dig it, and I bet the kids in your life will enjoy it too.