Another year has passed, and the Christmas spirit is all around us – even in the deep reaches of space with Chief O'Brien! Please join us for this very special Chief O'Brien at Work Holiday Special.
(And when you're done with that, don't forget about the entire archive of Chief O'Brien at work comics.)
Posted Thursday, 11.12.14
Say, "I care about you. Not quite at the level where it's appropriate to buy you something, but enough that I'm willing to send you a card." We have five very special holiday cards, most of them printed by hand on thick, beautiful paper.
Posted Wednesday, 11.12.14
Communication Arts recently interviewed me about what it is that I do all day while sitting around in my pajamas.
Posted Wednesday, 11.05.14
Even if you're a convicted felon, you can still vote in the Harvey Awards! As long as you're a comics professional. Cyborg 009, a 120-page hardcover book we designed for Archaia/BOOM! is nominated for a Special Award for Excellence in Presentation. A great team of people (F.J. Desanto, Bradley Cramp, Marcus To, Ian Herring, Deron Bennett, and Stephen Christy) made this book what it is. Vote for it today and make us all so happy that the weaker ones cry.
Posted Thursday, 8.14.14
Pick up issue #196 of The Savage Dragon and skip past the whole comic to go right to the most important part: the Truth Serum comic on the inside back cover!
Posted Thursday, 7.31.14
No more pawing at your computer screen – now you can paw at a piece of paper and come as close to touching Colm Meaney as you probably ever will, with our new Chief O'Brien at Work print!
High quality giclee print on matte paper, 12" x 15.5".
$30, plus shipping
Posted Wednesday, 6.11.14
We collaborated on these cartoon shorts with the very talented Dave Johnson for MTV's Liquid Television. Sorry in advance.
Posted Monday, 6.09.14
What are you doing for the next four months? Hopefully you'll be spending every day at the Cartoon Art Museum, witnessing the new Small Press Spotlight featuring the work of Jon Adams. You can see artwork in real life, instead of on a computer screen. And if you break the glass, you can touch the artwork. It opens April 12th. See you there!
Posted Thursday, 4.10.14
If you enjoy listening to human voice, man are you going to enjoy this. It's a recording of nothing but human voices. In particular the voices belong to the hosts of Hideous Energy as they interview Ultimate Spider-Man artist Dave Marquez and other artist/designer Jon Adams about our The Joyners in 3D book. It's like an hour of people just talking.
Posted Tuesday, 4.01.14
Now in stores and in the hands of strangers leaving said stores is The Joyners in 3D, a big hardcover book we designed and lettered along with R.J. Ryan, Dave Marquez, and Tara Rhymes. As the name implies, it has one more dimension than a boring, old two-dimensional comic. A special pair of glasses that make you look unapproachable reveals a depth to the story otherwise unatainable. Here's a video.
Posted Wednesday, 2.19.14
The internet has been celebrating one of the future's least-accomplished men: Chief O'Brien of the Starship Enterprise. Our comic Chief O'Brien at Work has received lots of attention despite how boring the Chief's job is. With write-ups on Buzzfeed, io9, and shout outs from Jeri Ryan and Wil Wheaton, it's the web comic people can't stop crying about. Read them all here.
Posted Saturday, 2.15.14
Popular book publisher and tree repurposer McSweeney's recently released their best of collection. It collects the best things and omits the non-best things. Included in the deluxe edition is our comic The Optimist. Omitted are all the other things we've done for them. Also included in this comics section are Art Spiegelman, Chris Ware, Adrian Tomine, and Dan Clowes.
Posted Saturday, 2.01.14
Along with almost 400 artists including Lucy Knisley.com, Ivan Brunetti, Dave Cooper, Robert Goodin, Craig Thompson, Art Spiegelman, and Peter Kuper, we contributed a three-panel comic to a massive, impossible-to-follow story about an anorexic man. Go read the Infinite Corpse.
Posted Friday, 1.31.14
Each year we create a holiday-themed activity page for the San Francisco Chronicle. This past holiday season it included a crowd of literally hundreds of Santas, but hidden amongst them were several deformed impostors. Local children were compelled to search for the impostors and deny them the love they craved. Can you spot the fake?
Posted Sunday, 1.05.14