One of the Comics Good Guys: Ramón Pérez

Any artist who has toiled in the world of comics knows what a barren wasteland of despair it can be. There are millions of artists with the dream…


Book Review: The Martian by Andy Weir

When I recently heard about the best selling (and soon to be major motion picture starring Matt Damon) sci-fi book The Martian, a story of a man who…


How to Use Google Sheets to Track Your Crowdfunding Expenses

One of the scariest things about launching a crowdfunding campaign is knowing whether or not you have accounted for all the money you have to spend vs. what…


7 Great Animated Films to watch on Amazon Prime

Animation and comics are kind of like blood-brothers, so it’s no surprise that I am a lover of animated features. It just so happens that there are some really wonderful animated films you can watch on Amazon Prime for free. If you’re a fan of animation like me, you’ll want to fire up your watchlists and add these films.


Yiynova MSP19U+ Review (vs. Cintiq 24HD)

I purchased the Yiynova MSP19U+ tablet monitor to complete my Marooned graphic novel. I’ve put it through it’s paces, and this is my review and recommendation of the display.


10 Reasons why The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is NOT Tolkien’s Story

As a lifelong devoted fan of Tolkien’s writings, I was intensely disappointed after viewing “The Hobbit – The Desolation of Smaug.” I felt compelled to blog about it,…


Rock & Tin

I began work on my second graphic novel, “Rock & Tin,” in late 2013. The book is now finished, and is now in pre-production. I will be using IndieGoGo to fund the printing.


How to Make a Bookplate for Your Kickstarter (or any other) Book

Like many artists, when I planned my Marooned Kickstarter campaign, I wanted my books to be signed and numbered. This adds a little something special to the book,…



A popular science fiction/fantasy webcomic published from 2008-2013, garnering over 1 million visits and 4 million pageviews (and counting) over it’s five-year lifespan. Marooned is the story of Captain John, an egotistical and self-centered space pilot, and his sidekick robot, Asimov. It’s sort of like Gilligan’s Island meets Lost in Space.