Tuesday, June 30, 2009


One more quick sketch from Charlotte.
This guy had a book full of Spider-Man villains and cereal.
I had to go with The Lizard. Don't ask what it's all about,
I gots no idear!

Monday, June 29, 2009


Hitting stores this wednesday (7/1) is a reprint of our 
original four issue mini series titled Growing Pains. 
This is combined with the sixty page one shot The Iron Saint.
Both of these stories have been out of print for quite some time. 
Phil and I are super jazzed to be able to make them available again.
There are new pages in The Iron Saint story, 
as well as a new Iron Saint sketchbook.
Please tell all your friends, and buy twelve copies! 


Continuing on with another convention sketch.
This drawing of Quasar was done a couple 
of years ago at a show in Kansas City. 
I love the KC shows because I get to see 
all of my comics friends who live out that way.
Funnybook guys and barbecue, 
it's a winning combination!
I'm hungry.

Sunday, June 28, 2009


He's shouting at the angels now......

Saturday, June 27, 2009


Here's a sketch of Thanos done at 
last years Wizard World Chicago.
I am a huge fan of Jim Starlins early work 
on Captain Marvel and Warlock. 
Hopefully I did at least small justice
to one of his greatest creations.
Thanks for looking.

Friday, June 26, 2009


Here's another sketch done at Heroes-Con last weekend.
It's my own scary take on the big red cheese Captain Marvel.
I'm posting this to remind myself, try to think of other solutions 
besides an all black background when you're at a con sketching.
This drawing took a lot longer than it probably should've. 
The image completely disregards the essential good nature 
of the character. Other than that glaring flaw, 
I thought it came out okay.
Don't forget to take the trash out!

Thursday, June 25, 2009


Here's a recent commission of the most 
famous monster of them all, Frankenstein.
This was done as a companion piece 
to a drawing I did in April of The Bride.
Hope you like it.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009


Here's the first drawing I did at Heroes-Con.
It was early friday and I woke up approximately 
an hour and a half after I finished this.
Did i mention how awesome Heroes-Con was!
Stay cool, people.

* After posting this I realized how close it is to my
   last posted drawing.....DOH! 
   I did other drawings while I was there too.
   Please believe me.  :(

Tuesday, June 23, 2009


I am back from Charlotte and I had a great time!
I'll post more about Heroes-Con later. 
For now, please enjoy this drawing of DEATH 
from Neil Gaiman's incredible comic Sandman.
I did this one at the show on sunday. 
I'm pretty happy with the way it turned out.
Thanks for looking.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009


This is the drawing I did for this years Heroes-Con program book.
It's my favorite badass from old 70s comic book ads COUNT DANTE'.
I realize this is only cool to me, and two other old dudes, but I like it!
See ya' when i get back from Charlotte.
Stay strong!

Saturday, June 13, 2009


HEROES-CON in Charlotte, North Carolina is this weekend.
If you're in the neighborhood stop by and say howdy.
I'll be a guest along with a million more talented people.
Tom Spurgeon gives you ten reasons to go to the show HERE.
I'd listen to that guy. He's smart, and he knows what he's talking about!
See you at the show!


This is the first page from my six issue run on Marvel Team-Up.
I had a great time working with Robert Kirkman and 
drawing these characters. I'd love to do it again sometime.
Hope you dig it. Thanks for looking.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009


I'm doing a wolverine piece for the good people at
HERO INITIATIVE.  I haven't exactly figured out 
what style I'm gonna use for the drawing.
Here's one possibility.
Thanks for looking!

Friday, June 5, 2009


I am somebody!!! 
In the latest installment of his semi-regular 
Keith lists 50 reasons he's still glad to be doing comics. 
At the end of the article he gives a list of 
10 Talents Deserving Wider Recognition. 
He lists me at number one. Here's what Keith had to say.

ANDY KUHN. This one really perplexes me. 
I mean, he's good. Really, really good, and 
there's not an assignment goes by that I don't invoke his name.

Excuse me ... I'm getting a little choked up right now.
Thanks Keith. You're one of the good ones!
The art for today is a pinup I did for the book Common Foe.
which was written by Keith, and my buddy Shannon Denton.
The book was originally supposed to be drawn by me,
but that's a whole other story! See you in the funny pages.

Thursday, June 4, 2009


Here's a drawing of Clayface that i did at the ABQ Collectors Con 
last month. This was done for an excellent local artist David Harrigan.
David was cool enough to do this sweet coloring job on it.
Thanks for looking!

Wednesday, June 3, 2009


Here's a sketch I did recently. 
I've been playing around with dual lighting effects.
It's a very dramatic look when it's done well.
I tend to forget to use it, 
which is why I've been practicing it.
Keep it realz people!

Monday, June 1, 2009


For anyone who is interested, 
I just put a batch of drawings up on EBAY.
This Batman is one of them. 
To see the rest of them click HERE.
Yes I am a prostitute, but then you knew that already. 
Have a great week!