Large format digital painting. Digital art printed on canvas, 36" x 36". Digital portrait of David Bowie. Limited edition canvas prints available soon in the online store.
Illustrations and samples from the fourth book in the Miserable Americans series. The book is currently available in the online store.
Logo and t-shirt design combining the block M of the University of Michigan and the Batman logo. New t-shirt available in the online store click here.
Illustrations, page art, and promotional work from the third book in the Miserable Americans series, including a detail of Lincoln throwing up on Kennedy just because. Miserable Americans series is available in the online store.
Tshirt design. Marvin Sunk (aka Alice Cooper) was used to brainwash the youth of America. "We hate love. We hate Joy. We love money." was his mantra. Tshirt art to be available soon for purchase.
Illustrations, page layouts and concept art for my Batman project. A short story epilogue to the Killing Joke graphic novel tentatively titled "Pulling Punchlines". This gallery displays various illustrations, cover art, and page layouts, all in various stages of completion. The short story is now viewable in the blog section.
One page illustration and text for the Werewolf Anthology called Lycan Lore published by Source Point Press and available at Amazon
Poster art celebrating the 75th Anniversary of DC Comics characters the Joker, Catwoman and Robin. Submitted for the 2015 San Diego Comic Con program guide.
Graphic art and tshirt design entitled the Devil's Music. (Satani Yerazhshtut'Yun is the Armenian translation). Tshirt to be available for sale soon.
Abraham Lincoln is a star character in my comic book series Miserable Americans. Poster art and various illustrations of Mr. Lincoln as he appears in the series. He was also the 16th President of the United States and did some cool stuff back then.
Graphic designed for Detroit based promotional products and clothing and possible comic book series.
Catwoman poster art. Based on the purple skin-tight, thigh-high boot wearing Catwoman of the 1990's. Poster art will be available for sale online soon.
Poster, t-shrirt and Christmas card design.
The fifth (and second to last book) in my first series Insignificant Gods. Cover art, page layouts and detailed illustrations are shown here. Insignificant Gods #5 is available in the online store.
The second book in the Miserable Americans series deals primarily with Lincoln and Kennedy's escape from the secret facility that had been keeping them captive. The gallery offers page samples and detailed illustrations from the book. Miserable Americans 2 is available in the online store
Page illustrations, promotional illustrations of Helen Bach a character from the Insignificant Gods series.
The first book in the Miserable Americans series. Abraham Lincoln and John Kennedy, apparently having survived the assassination attempts on their lives awake to a world that is not quite what it seems.
Cover art for a short story one shot comic book written by Jeremy Dobry. Illustration and layout design.
Illustrations and page art from my second book in the Insignificant Gods series. This book is now SOLD OUT and out of print.
Ultimately this will be the complete collection for the Insignificant Gods series. The 6 issue series, at some point in time, will be compiled into a brand new graphic novel with this new cover art and additional concept drawings and unused page art. This will be the ultimate collected edition of the True Love Killer storyline.
"Split" is to be my first official attempt into the Super-Hero genre. The first story is written. I was thinking of publishing this purely as a Web comic on my site first and then possibly going to print. As of now the project is on a temporary hiatus.
40th Anniversary show at Green Brain Comics. Reinterpretation of page 5 from Fantastic Four #1. Green Brain Comics, in Dearborn, Michigan, held an art show commemorating the 40th anniversary of the release of the first issue of the Fantastic Four. Artists were asked to recreate a page of art from that book in their own style.
This is the official Miserable Americans logo and icon for the corresponding comic book series and all related merchandise.
The last issue in the Insignificant Gods series. The story is completed as Richard comes face to face with his past and Roxy must make the ultimate sacrifice to stop the demon who has possessed her friend. The series is available still as individual books, however a revised graphic novel compilation is in the works.
My earlier work was done under the Deadcity Comics icon, which represented a more gothic, urban decay style.
Character study for as yet undisclosed graphic novel in progress.
The first printing of the entire Insignificant Gods series compiled into the True Love Killer graphic novel. This collection compiled all 6 issues into one large format. This version is currently out of print.
Insignificant Gods #1 is the first comic book I ever created. It is dark, gothic and most definitely flawed… but it is my first. So much effort and guts went into trying to create a comic book for the first time, it's not hard to be fairly fond of the book. Two years of my life went into developing this; from concept to writing to pencilling and inking and layouts and lettering. Every stage was new and every stage had to be figured out. I'm sure every comic book creator has their "first". This one is mine.
Illustration of Daron from the Insignificant Gods series and the True Love Killer graphic novel used for promotion and poster art.
Poster / promotional art from the Insignificant Gods series. Roxy Drinking illustration.
The story heats up as Roxy's friend Agnes goes missing. Incinerator continues his search for Agnes. Richard confides in Daron and continues to struggle with trying to remember his past.
Artwork based on the undying legend of actor Rody McDowell as "Cornelius" in the original Planet of the Apes film series. These are illustrations, tshirts and wall graphics based on the iconic image.
Illustration for a book of Haiku poetry published by Pickle Press.