In case you missed it during the latest hiatus, PROTEGE issues started dropping on ComiXology. Issues 1-4 are currently available, and #5 will be up soon. ComiXology is, in my opinion, currently the best platform for reading digital comics. And for less than a buck, you can read PROTEGE with their slick guided view tech and get a pdf download of each issue!
Update #1: the Kickstarter for the PROTEGE graphic novel has launched! I’ve put in a lot of work to create a great campaign, and I hope you’ll like what it has to offer. I am really excited to see the print edition of PROTEGE become a reality, and even more jazzed to get this book into your hands!
Update #2: I’ve heard a lot of great things about Seattle’s Emerald City Comicon from other independent writers and artists, so I’m looking forward to setting up shop in the rainy city later this month. March 28 – 31, I’ll be in Artist Alley GG-02. If you’re attending ECCC stop by and say hey.
If you follow my tumblr, you may know I’ve had a western short story in the works since 2011. A HAPLESS SOUL is out now in DWP #8, the latest issue of Digital Webbing’s anthology series.
Set in 1875, the story opens with former army scout Elijah Sixkiller awaiting execution in a backwater jail. It’s a tale of “western weirdness” written by me with art by Marcello Abreu, colors by Rafael Gonzaga and letters by Kel. Cover is by Gav Heryng.
Check out DWP #8 on comiXology here.