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Two New Collections Announced For 2017: DORK and CALLA CTHULHU
Monday, October 3rd, 2016 — 1:39 pm

Next year Dark Horse will be collecting all the non-Eltingville/Milk & Cheese material from DORK 1-11, House of Fun and DHP #4 (although the M&C stuff from HOF will be included, just FYI). And, the STela series CALLA CTHULHU Sarah and I wrote.

Sarh and I were interviewed by Newsarama about the project announcements:

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Cincy Comicon 2016
Wednesday, September 7th, 2016 — 4:56 pm
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Heroes Con 2016
Tuesday, June 14th, 2016 — 11:08 am
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New BEASTS OF BURDEN one-shot coming in May
Thursday, February 11th, 2016 — 4:48 pm

"What The Cat Dragged In", written by me and Sarah Dyer, illustrated by Jill Thompson is being scheduled for a May release. Today some websites plugged it and took my by surpirse so I'm catching up. I even forgot to credit Sarah for co-writing the book, and oh, cripes, everything's stupid now.

Anyway, love this cover by Jill. Hope folks like the issue when it comes out. It's another...well, you'll see.
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Tuesday, February 9th, 2016 — 3:47 pm

Over and done. 
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New BEASTS OF BURDEN being scheduled. Looking to assemble a letters page.
Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016 — 2:58 pm

Hey, folks – the good news is that we're putting the next issue of BEASTS OF BURDEN together.

Jill's all done with the art for the story, which is called What The Cat Dragged In. It's an all-cat (and one raccoon) issue which answers the question about where Dymphna disappears to at night.

Dark Horse is mapping out the issue, and if all goes well we're looking at a Spring release. However, we have some blank pages to fill in the back of the comic, and we're trying to see if anyone has any questions or comments for us to print in a letters page for the issue. Even if we only fill a page, that's one less ad in the issue and a little something extra to read. Right now we only have one letter. Eep.

So, if anyone would like to toss us some questions or thoughts about the book or what have you, they can write to us and DHC at -

Thanks! And either way, please be on the lookout for the new story.

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Wednesday, January 27th, 2016 — 12:48 pm
In shops today: BILL AND TED’S EXCELLENT COMIC BOOK ARCHIVE from BOOM! studios. The book collects the Bogus Journey movie adaptation and all 11 issues of the series  that I wrote and penciled for Marvel in the early 90′s. Inkers on the series were Marie Severin, Stephen DeSefano and, for one page, David Mazzucchelli. There was one issue that had multiple inkers lending a hand, including Jimmy Palmiotti. I inked the final two pages. That's all the inking trivia I can remember offhand. Robbie Busch handled almost all of the coloring, lettering was by Kurt Hathaway and Tom Orzechowski. The book's extras include penciled and inked pages, pin-ups, and some other art related to the run. They've also included the covers from the Marvel run as well as the original letters pages. 368 pgs in total, all in color, and in hardcover. Non-heinous.

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So, This Exists Now
Monday, December 7th, 2015 — 10:21 pm

Advance copy of The Eltingville Club hardcover collection, taken by project editor Daniel Chabon at the Dark Horse compound.

I wasn't expecting printed copies until mid-to-late January, so this took me by complete surprise. Fingers crossed I get a copy tomorrow, or at least by Wednesday. Can't believe this is really going to be over and done with at last. All that's left is nailing the longbox coffin shut and salting the earth around the grave. Huzzah.

In other news, our BEN 10 script was finalized and apporved, we are offocially signed on to do a new comic-related project, and we're working on the fourth chapter script for our Stela app series. 
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Things We Can Say
Monday, November 23rd, 2015 — 2:17 pm
Mood: eh eh I dunno
So, the cat's out of the bag in rgeards to the "new digital platform" we've been mentioning as of late, and so we can discuss it. To a degree.

The app is called Stela, and it is going to be publishing digital-only original comics content, and you can read more about it here (and here, here, and here), follow them on Twitter here, and expect an announcement in January about the creator-owned series that Sarah and I are writing for them. We're pretty excited about this opportunity as we haven't done steady, serialized writing in a long time, and getting paid decently for it certainly helps sweeten the deal. We can't talk about the title or contents of our series yet, but soon, soon, we'll be bothering you with details on it, the artist, and how much we'd love you folks to support the app and the comic if you're willing and able.

Otherwise, there's been a solicitation for the DC Comics reprinting of WORLD'S FUNNEST, the superhero humor comic I wrote in 2000 which was illustrated by a murderer's row of cartoonists, including Dave Gibbons, David Mazzucchelli, Jaime Hernandez, Jim Woodring, Stuart Immonen, Shelly Moldoff, Ty Templeton, Stephen DeStefano, Bruce Timm, Glen Murikami, Jay Stevens, Frank Miller, Alex Ross and brian Bolland (providing the cover art). WORLD'S FUNNEST will anchor a collection of Bat-Mite-centric stories, including the ones Kevin O'Neill drew, and I belive the first story featuring the little imp.  It's coming out in March, in paperback, and it'll be nice to see a new generation of comics fans ignore a bunch of Bat-Mite comics all over again.

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