The best way to stay ahead of my comics production is to visit my project site, inconsequentialart.work.
The second best way is to visit my new online store! I will be doing my best to keep an inventory of everything that is in print there in case you want to order something signed or personalized. It’s also the only place (apart from conventions and a store here or there) where you’ll be able to buy my minicomics and zines.
Finally, if all you want is one of my trade paperback collections and you’re not concerned about the autographs (or if you want an ebook), you can find Amazon links on the Books page.
- The Insult is a webcomic that I write periodically. You can also read a print collection of all of the comics from 2016. There was a Dangerous Minds article about it at the time and a nice Publishers Weekly review of the book since!
- A few years ago, my wife Nicole and I made a webcomic called Time Wounds All Heels. I have been working on some new comics with some of the characters that will be in print, hopefully in 2019.
- The short-lived Are We Not Batmen? was a mashup of classic newspaper strips and Devo lyrics.
- The also-short-lived Entropia is not archived online that I know of, but most of it has been collected in Young, Dumb, and Full of Comics.
Feel free to download and enjoy the following PDFs of some comics-related projects.
These works are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
In_No_Particular_Order – a little zine with advice for anyone who wants to pursue creative work.
The DIY Comic – I made this for my son’s book club years ago as an activity. It’s a PDF of a blank 8-page comic plus pages of word balloons, special effect lettering, and caption boxes. The writing and drawing is up to you. Use the page templates in whatever order you want, then photocopy or bind them together. Trim lines are provided for the standard American comic book size.