Category Archives: comics

Dead Space 3 victory comic


Finished Dead Space 3. I don’t know that I ever need to play another Dead Space game ever again, but I loved getting through this many of them and feel content to remember all the breathtaking badassery experienced.

Drew this right after in honor of mashing the goddamned RB button on my controller to mash open containers for years and years.

I am going to Emerald City Comicon, OKAY? Can I GO nowww?



So the Emerald City Comicon is happening again in Seattle Washington on March 1-3, and I’m going to be there. It’s gonna be great, and I can’t wait to see the looks on people’s faces when i smash through the convention center walls on my custom built, jet powered  signing table.

That’s right, I really hate how, at every signing, you have to look up at all these strangers’ faces looking down at you as you sit on some lowly folding chair, a position of weakness, no doubt, so a couple of years back I started work on retrofitting one of those military rocket desks for civilian use.

So yeah, I’ll be there, doing my usual convention thing, signing, mumbling, eventually regretting not dishing out the extra cash for the defensive cannons on the rocket desk.

Even though I’m there with the TopatoCo guys, they themselves are ashamed of me and have banished me to the SIGNING AREA C (dramatic echo effect), where dreams go to shit themselves and die.


Signing Area 1




Signing Area 2





Signing Area 2




If you have trouble finding it just follow the sound of my haunted cries.

I’m also on two panels this year, one where it’s just me and then another with the guys from Titmouse Studios. You can skip the one with just me so I can catch up on some sleep but don’t miss the Titmouse one.

MY PANEL – Saturday – Hall A at 12:30 P.M.

TITMOUSE PANEL – Saturday  - Hall B at 5:10 P.M.

I’ll keep ya updated as things like special con-only mini prints come up.






New Headshot Miniprint for SDComicon!

Kind of a late addition, but this one kind of surprised me as well.  Just started drawing it yesterday and it just kept going, so it looks like I’ll have a few of these on hand at Comicon this weekend along with the previous Johnny headshot.

Actually had a lot of fun doing this, this being the first time I sincerely had a go at most of these guys in many years, figuring out how I’d draw them in modern times.  The doughboy’s hats are probably the most noticeable, along with Psychodoughboy’s blue eyes.  The doughboys were always drawn as pretty much the same person only with different skins, and that bothered me in retrospect since one is supposed to be more manic and the other depressive.  Here, Psycho’s a bit more glum and Eff’s looking appropriately chipper.  As for Eff, his mouth’s way more fun to draw now.

Look for it in your grocer’s freezer…or at the SLG Booth this weekend.



Feel the Power of the Noodlecon Shirt!

Still on the fence as to whether or not you should get the new Noodlecon 2012 shirt for you and your loved ones?  That makes us here at Question Sleep incredibly angry, but we’re also very understanding and want to know you’re a hundred percent confident in your money-wasting decisions…


What better way to see just how much you need this shirt than to show you how much people who already own the shirt are enjoying that very shirt and having their lives changed in ways they could only dream of before joining this exclusive club comprised of everyone else on the planet except for your indecisive self!

Shirt subjects #001 and #002 responding properly to new Noodle shirts.

Those look like happy customers to us!  It was important that they pay because, even though they were helping us in our research, how can we study the effects on customers if our test subjects weren’t doing everything customers do?  They were great sports about it and any guilt we might’ve had just vanished at the sight of the wonderful looks on their faces at being some of the very first people to wear the shirt.

Looking good, guys!

Day 2 and subject #001 isn’t feeling well, spends a great deal of this day sitting in the park trying to work out just what is happening to her.  Subject #002 exhibits a less physical response but is clearly impaired psychologically.  When we caught up with him he was furiously berating beans in a grocery store.


Day 3.  SUCCESS!  We think the case for why these shirts are so amazing is made clear, and if you’re not running for your credit cards then we don’t think the proof exists that’d top what we’ve already laid out for you!

Now we don’t want to go too in depth about the science behind how this modern marvel works, but here’s a quick computer simulation to help demonstrate the basic operation.  It should be obvious that the more people who wear the shirt, the more power is drained out of their bodies and channeled towards a more deserving parasite/beneficiary.  WHAT’RE YOU WAITING FOR?!

The shirts will be available this month from Slave Labor Graphics!



Looks like the second half of my two-part Beyond the Fringe story is available on Comixology for download.  Along for the ride once again are Becky Cloonan on pencils and bassoon, Andy Belanger on inks and the keytar, Randy Mayor on color and the sonic weasel, and a special appearance by Ben Templesmith on cover art and electric flute.

If you’re into pretzels and cybernetic arms, check it out, yeah?

C2E2 this Weekend.

I’ll be in Chicago for  C2E2 this weekend, ya know?

I’m not entirely sure what to expect as I’ve never been to this convention, but they were nice enough to invite me and I was nice enough to want to revisit some of my favorite Chicago restaurants so I said yes!  I don’t really seem to know anyone on their guest list, and it appears to be more mainstream sorta stuff, so I’ll probably just huddle in the corner and pretend I’m texting people.

Wait…NO I WON’T because JR. Goldberg is going to be there with me, and we’re gonna be the coolest people in the whole convention.  YeahhhH!

We’ll be signing at the Chicago Comics booth, if you’re planning to stop by, and I can’t speak for JR, but I’ll definitely be judging you based on your clothing.  Also, I’ll be signing books, telling stories (no I won’t) and selling a few prints I’ll have with me.

This’ll be the last appearance I’ll be selling JTHM Floor Damage screen prints at before putting the rest up on $Z.99.  There are maybe 80 of the things left, so if you’re in Chicago and want to save on shipping, grab one there.   Other than that I’ll have more of those Johnny headshots that I had in Seattle.

The signing schedule is:

Friday: 4-5 PM
Saturday: 3-6 PM
Sunday 12-3 PM

JR and I have a panel discussion on Friday at 5:15PM in room S401abc. We’ll be there talking about collaborating and being awesome.