Tag Archive: Midnight Sun

Feb
05

Interview at PanelBound.com

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A few days ago PanelBound posted a short interview I did with them. You can find it here.

Jan
28

Midnight Sun: One of The 15 Best Free Comics on the Kindle Fire

This popped up in my Google alerts a few days ago. My 2007 Graphic novel, Midnight Sun, is included on the Comics Alliance list of 15 best free comics for the Kindle Fire. I don’t have a Kindle Fire, so I honestly have no idea whether the article is referring to the freebie Chapter One …

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Nov
28

Cybermonday: 25% Off Everything, Y’all!

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Just enter code “cybermonday” (no quotation marks) at checkout for 25% off everything in my store–original pages, signed books, #AlphaBeasts, #AnimalAlphabet drawings, everything. If you’re interested in a particular page that’s not posted in my shop, just let me know via email and I can see if it’s available. Just go here to see what …

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Jun
08

Comics Documentary: Folktales and Airships (Featuring Me!)

Did you know that Wake Forest University here in Winston-Salem has a documentary film-making department? I didn’t until I was contacted a while back by filmmaker and MFA candidate Peter Salomone who was interested in making a documentary about comics-making–featuring me. I’m sure you know how exciting and interesting the life of a cartoonist is: …

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May
26

Heroes Con 2011, Here I Come!

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If you’ve ever talked comics cons with me, you know that Heroes Con in Charlotte is one of my absolute favorites. Partially this is because I’ve been going there so long–maybe ten years or so, either as an attendee or an invited guest–and of course it’s right down the road from me in Charlotte. Another …

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May
03

I’m TCAF-bound, Y’all!

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You’re Going Where?! That’s right, people: I’m breaking out of my crusty SPX/Heroes Con-only shell and exhibiting at a new (to me) convention this year! I’d heard nothing but fantastic stuff about the Toronto Comics Art Festival (AKA “TCAF”) and so I applied to exhibit this year… and was incredibly surprised and honored to have …

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Nov
22

To Epilogue or not to Epilogue?

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I just finished writing the script for a music/culinary-themed graphic novel I’ve been working on called In The Weeds and I found myself wrestling–not for the first time–with whether to include an epilogue.  Here’s the thing with epilogues: whenever I’m reading a book or watching a film and there’s an epilogue tacked on to the …

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Nov
20

40% off Sale at SLG

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I normally confine my “shameless commerce” stuff to the Buy Stuff page on my site, but SLG is having a big 40% off sale at the moment, so I thought it’d be worth mentioning.  You can find everything I’ve done that SLG has published all grouped on my creator page.  You’ll get 40% off the …

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Jun
23

Midnight Sun Review

Here’s a recent review of Midnight Sun that popped up via my Google alerts.   It’s on a blog called Painted Smiles; Written Words and the writer seems to have enjoyed the book.  It’s gratifying to know that even a year or two after I put my pens and brushes away on a project, it can …

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Jan
01

Midnight Sun in PLAYBACK:stl’s Best of List

In a bit of a surprise, my historical fiction graphic novel, Midnight Sun, has turned up in PLAYBACK:stl’s best of 2008 graphic novels list.  What makes this surprising is that the book was actually published in 2007–albeit in the last two or three days of 2007.  The list’s writer, Steve Higgins, shoehorns me in, though, …

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