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MUSE Volume 2

(Summer 2013) Sketchbook (OUT OF PRINT)

A follow up to MUSE Volume 1 featuring all new female/glamour illustrations. Debuted at San Diego Comic-Con 2014 (50 pages) (Currently available online for purchase at Gallery Nucleus, Stuart Ng Books and Labyrinth Books Toronto, Canada. Scroll to the bottom of the page for links)

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MUSE Volume 1

(Summer 2013) Sketchbook (OUT OF PRINT)

Limited edition 250 copy sketchbook featuring illustrations of the feminine persuasion (50 pages)

Steel Noodles 2 Cover

STEEL NOODLES Number 2

(Spring 2012)

Debuting at the San Diego Comic-Con on July 11th 2012, Book two picks up where the story left off in book 1 (50 pages)

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Girl n Robot: Boomtown

(Fall 2011) All-ages comic

Follow a little girl named Candace and her absent-minded but trusty robot Boxy as they crash land in a lost dimension and meet some curious new friends (35 pages)

STEEL NOODLES Number 1

(2010) Graphic Novel / Self-Published

In a desolate wasteland a girl wakes up with no memory of a past. In search of home she must traverse a land of despair and danger.

Steel Noodles 1 was selected by USA Today as it’s Daily Pick on Saturday, July 23, 2010 at the San Diego Comic-Con

ALTERNATING CURRENTS

(2008) Sketchbook / Self-Published (OUT OF PRINT)

A loose sequel to Wayward Traveller, Alternating Currents features a collection of new science-fiction themed sketches and illustrations from the bizarre to the exotic. (36 pages – Printed in the U.S.)

STEEL NOODLES: A Slice of Heaven

(2007) Mini-Comic / Self-Published (OUT OF PRINT)

Featuring a day in the life of a orange haired, waify warrior named Val, this short story was a testbed of sorts (20 pages – Printed in the U.S.)

THE WAYWARD TRAVELLER:
Snaphots from Alternate Worlds

(2006) Sketchbook / Self-Published (OUT OF PRINT)

A collection of science-fiction themed illustrations in honor of my art heroes.

Random Anomalies

RANDOM ANOMALIES

(2006) Cartoon / Self-Published

Fifteen editorial style cartoons of seemingly random events.. or causally connected destiny?
Debuted in San Francisco at Wondercon to great reviews


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