I attended the Queers & Comics 2017 Conference in San Francisco over the weekend and it was a wonderfully enlightening and inspiring couple of days amongst great queer cartoonists, industry professionals and friends.
I will be heading up to the Bay area for the second (but my first) Queers & Comics conference from April 14-15. On Friday, April 14th, I will be on the Queer & Trans Webcomics panel, speaking about creating WOT’s Cinephilia.
I only got to attend 1.3 days of WonderCon this year, but it was still a blast. Saturday was filled with great queer social panels, including Queer Comics at the Crossroads on which I spoke.
This Saturday, April 1st, I will be speaking on the Queer Comics at the Crossroads panel at WonderCon with P. Kristen Enos, Viktor T. Kerney, Sonya Saturday, Josh Trujillo and our moderator Tara Madison Avery.
A short comic written by Dave Davenport that I got to illustrate for him is currently being run exclusively on his Patreon.
With the award season wrapping up, I’ve decided to give some recognition to my favorite films of 2016. I’ll be awarding The Wotties to these films for the next month…
Originally included as a special item through Kickstarter for the Alphabet anthology, the Queer Heroes Coloring Book gathers various black and white illustrations of LGBTQ heroes created by LGBTQ artists and suitable for coloring.
Formerly known as Stan Lee’s Comikaze, Stan Lee’s LA Comic Con happened around the Halloween weekend again. I’ve been having a great time signing with Northwest Press and Prism Comics at this convention for the past couple of years.
A new comic exploring the historical context of George A. Romero’s 1968 film Night of the Living Dead and its lead, Ben, is now running at WOT’s Cinephilia.
I’ve started a new webcomic all about my thoughts and ramblings on film where I can be as silly or serious about the medium as I want. I’ll create comics that explore my personal love for film as well as the way it shapes and shifts, helps or hinders, our culture and society.
I was able to contribute a new illustration to Gun Controlled, a new book from DoGooder Graphics to help raise…
Last night, Dave Davenport and Justin Hall brought their new Hard to Swallow collection to Meltdown Comics in LA for…