The Letter

Here is a story from a series about two comic conventions I attended in the US this year. This is from the Chicago Alternative Comics Expo this past June. Still embarrassed about this one!

Small Press Expo and Komiket

Hi people of the world! (mom and dad). It’s been many moons since I’ve posted anything on here due to website issues that would just bore you. But I’m back, and with a lot of exciting news! I had the pleasure of attending SPX (Small Press Expo) this year to debut my comic, Foggy Notions. …

News and Whatnot

This is a test. Sort of. My site was apparently “hacked into oblivion”, prompting me to switch hosting, get a new theme, blah blah. I won’t bore you with the technical stuff but a strange result of this was that images would be missing for those who subscribe to this blog and get posts straight …

Malarkey comic available at Komikon 2016

My mini, Malarkey, will be available this weekend at Komikon, the 12th annual comics convention in the Philippines. Esteemed critic Rob Cough got a hold of it at SPX (Small Press Expo) 2016 and was kind enough to give me a review on his blog, High-Low. It’s a great read if you are interested in seeing …

Mom: Lover of Animals

I take little breaks from working on my book to make mini comics. They are all on Tumblr but I plan to compile them into another comic book…perhaps a Malarkey #2. Stay tuned. Mom, if you read this, sorry again!

Why I’ve Become a Hermit

Hello! I know it’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything on here. The reason is that I’m working on a book about my San Francisco hijinx, which will be published as soon as I finish it. I know, I can’t believe it either…someone with obviously great taste in comics got duped into believing my work …

The Mom Series

For Christmas, I made my dad a book of comics about my mom, along with funny “quotes” that we caught her saying. Now I can finally share these with you! Those who follow me on Instagram may have seen a few of these but here is the whole kit and caboodle with a bonus comic (at the bottom of …

I Love Social Media

I can see you right now. How else would I know that you are reading this on some kind of electronic device? Eh? Eh? To quote Zappa: Isn’t that amazing? There is no way in hell anyone could be living a more extraordinary life than I am right now (the pictures prove it), so I made this comic as …

Opus Gay

There seems to be much fuss over this article that came out in the paper yesterday. It is cleverly titled “Divorcing History” by Angela Alvarez, a senior at Woodrose, an Opus Dei-run school in the Philippines. For example, I wasn’t aware of how the legalization of gay marriage in the United States affects not only …