Love for sale—

June 2, 2014

So the big announcement, if you want to call it that, is that this year’s Team Cul de Sac:Drink n Draw at HeroesCon (which benefits the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s reasearch) will be the rare opportunity to purchase one of my original covers. Not just any cover though, this will be the inked, original artwork to issue #200 of GI Joe:Real American Hero. Here’s the kicker, it’s signed by Larry Hama himself! Additionally, Larry has recreated the sketch cover that he did for issue #200, and has signed copies of the landmark issue, all to be auctioned off!

So come out to Heroes Con Charlotte this Father’s Day weekend (June 20-22), and stay a little later into the evening to hear live music, and bid on some fantastic artwork donated by your favorite comic artists— and even some by me, all the for the great cause of stopping Parkinson’s!

Join us, as we do something good in honor of Richard Thompson— a great talent, friend, and drinking buddy.


UPDATE: My bad, it was late, I was tired when I wrote this post, here is the actual art I’ll be auctioning- the INKED version.



Chris Sparks asked for a sketch with the original GI Joe:Real American Hero team playing poker, but even with not including all the members, that’s lot for a “sketch”. Regardless, I figured I had to do it for him, after all, this is the guy who introduced me to my comic idol Jackson Guice. A better reason is that he’s a good guy, who has become a good friend over the years while I pitched in on his efforts regarding Richard Thompson (Cul de Sac) and the Michael Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, most notably in putting together the “Draw a Line at Parkinson’s” book to raise funds for the cause.

Sadly, I’m a lazy arse, so poor Chris has been waiting three years for this thing… finally had the time to get to it. Whew!



GI Joe CVR #189

January 21, 2013

The finals are online over at, so I thought I’d post the original pencils for it here. Enjoy.



GI Joe CVR 188

December 20, 2012

Since they’ve posted Larry Hama’s sketch, and my final version of the cover for 188 over at Newsarama, I thought I’d go ahead and show off my pencils— for those with any interest. Enjoy.


My horn. Toot.

December 4, 2012

Nice write up for i184 over at Geeks of Doom— check it.

And if you’re in a shop, look for the cover—



Now a few preview pencils from the book to whet your appetite-