UNCLE BIZ & JUNIOR #2

      Here are the next couple strips in this series. Junior is still enamored of his Capitalist Titan Uncle Biz, and learning the tricks of the trade, but he soon discovers that there is a beautiful world out there in that alien thing called: Nature.

AKIRA: Chapter 0

Akira was a ground-breaking Japanese Manga by Katsuhiro Otomo that stormed the planet in 1988. It was the most significant comic I ever worked on, because it ushered in computer coloring. It changed the way worldwide comic audiences thought about manga, and how color can affect previously black & white art. It began in 1982 Read More …

THE DOYLE GLASS PROJECT

Before I became a professional comic book colorist, I was a commercial artist. I did posters, T-shirts, painted signs and trucks, illustrated role-playing games, and anything else I could do to pay the rent. But even after I began my comic book career, over the years I’ve gotten some interesting side jobs. This one was Read More …

UNCLE BIZ & JUNIOR #1

During the 13 year run of Armature’s weekly comic strips, every once in a while, I would use different characters. One that took on a life and story of his own was Uncle Biz. Originally he was just a one-shot joke about how big-time capitalists like to rig the system so that they always win. Read More …

OCTOCON II

Sometimes as a fan, you have to go a long way to attend conventions. Take San Diego, for instance, which is a long way from anywhere that isn’t in Southern California. But once in a while, a convention drops into your back yard. The first comic convention I went to was Cotati-Con #1 (Which turned Read More …

CLASSIC ARMATURE STRIPS

          For 13 years, Armature was a weekly comic strip in the Independent Coast Observer, our local paper up here in Southern Mendocino County. After 5 or six years in black & white, I finally got to do color. This is a random sampling of some of them. I’ll definitely be posting more of these. Read More …