The B-Files, #003: Off the Record
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This week’s episode takes place at The P-Nut Grill where Aunt Bebe and Todd come to an agreement. Read the first issue of Bakersfield, Earth: Evolution here. View the B-Files archive here.

The BE-Files, #002: Aunt Bebe Pays Her Last Respects
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This week’s entry into the BE-Files is an entry from reporter Todd Johnston’s private journal where he describes meeting Betrice’s estranged Aunt Bebe the day she comes to town to identify Betrice’s body at the morgue. Read the first issue … Read More

The BE-Files
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Promoting art is not as fun as making art.  It’s basically: email, tweet, post office, repeat.  And blogging about promoting art is probably the most dull thing imaginable – for me and for you, dear reader.  So in order for us to … Read More

Comic-Con Discoveries – Part 1
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But enough talk about me.  Let’s take a look at some of the fun stuff I got at Comic-Con! HECK by Zander Cannon I’ll admit it.  I was drawn to Zander’s book mostly for it’s cover art.  What gay can … Read More

Finally! Here’s Bakersfield, Earth … for FREE!
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Aw, snap!  Here’s a free online version of my comic, Bakersfield, Earth: Evolution complete with its own cute little website: www.bakersfieldearth.com Yeah, I thought about making a paywall but I don’t have a clue how to do that.  And I guess I could have released one page … Read More

Comic-Con Wrap Up
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Remember what it was like going to the state fair as a kid? The carnies hawking their amusement park rides and games; the fried food; the constant din of sounds and flashing lights begging for your attention. Now imagine all … Read More

Weekend of a Thousand Deadpools
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I’m not sure why the X-Men character, Deadpool, holds such fascination for cosplay fans.  I saw so many this last weekend at Comic-Con, I thought it’d be funny to take portraits of all the Deadpools I crossed paths with. As with … Read More

30 Weeks, 30 Pages. It’s done!
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Stick a fork in it!

Week 29: Production D-R-A-M-A!
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God, what a week. I thought finishing films was stressful, but comics are a close second.  With film, the process is spread out into different chunks:  editing, color correction, titles, final export.  You can’t really do them all at the same time. … Read More

Week 28: Evolution of a Page.
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When I think back on all I’ve learned about making comics these last few months, my mind begins to spin.  It reminds me of when I first went to film school.  I remember being shocked when I learned that a … Read More

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