He rambled through bullet-riddled streets still greasy with winter rain, while tentatively poking at the just-forming hole inside himself.READ MORE..
I’ve seen many of the sights you’re supposed to see out here in the abyss. But a lot was spoiled long before I saw it. That’s the thing about tourism – the simple act of looking changes everything.READ MORE..
Tinkering on a ROCKET RABBIT comics short story continues. I hope to finish a 6-page B & W story by the end of the year.READ MORE..
FORTUNE COOKIE THEATRE – all captions are from fortune cookies collected after dining in San Francisco.READ MORE..
Some visdev for incidental characters in Rocket Rabbit comics.READ MORE..
It’s been a while since I’ve exhibited at COMIC-CON (in fact, my seller’s permit was recently cancelled from lack of use) so I thought I might hold JAMIE-CON instead; an online convention for anyone unable to attend the San Diego convention in person, and I finally added all my comic books and just some of my prints to my Nerve Bomb … Read more
I have a “new” book to sell; a 56 page collection of all the Rocket Rabbit stories that I’ve published so far.READ MORE..
COMIC CON, 2010: This year, Rhode & I had thought we wouldn’t be able to follow-through with our recent tradition of a COMIC CON BOOTH THEME; whereby we decorate our booth to look like… well, something other than a boring old Comic Con booth. A bit of silliness that we have been indulging ourselves in … Read more
Here are some exploratory sketches I did for my short story in the Babes In Space anthology a few years back. These space-faring giantesses were adversaries for Sephilina the Nauti-Girl (AKA: Squid Girl). As I mentioned earlier, I usually spend too much time doing sketches thumbnails, and not enough time actually making finished product and … Read more
NO Credit? NO Problem! Here, at last, is the Abismo/Nerve Bomb San Diego Comic-Con report for 2007. A COMIC CON trend that some small-press and indie exhibitors complain about is the growing presence of huge media companies using Comic Con as a place to pimp their wares and offer previews of up-coming games, toys, films … Read more