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A while back I did a four page comic for Workstyle Magazine called Evolution (which you can see HERE) They recently approached me to do another one, which was to be paired with an article based on soldiers for hire. … Continue reading

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The Abridged History wins the MICE Mini-Grant

I recently finished my new book “The Abridged History of a Moon” just in time for this year’s MICE which is taking place this Saturday 9/28-9/29. Not only will be the book be debuting at MICE but I’m psyched to … Continue reading

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Experimenting with digital media and the moon

So I usually do the watercolor thing. I suppose you probably already knew that, but just in case you didn’t, that’s usually how I roll. Yet as of late it’s come to my intention that the future is upon us. … Continue reading

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His Name is Jonah

I must warn you that this blog post might kick your ass. So beware… Okay? Jonah. Jonah. Jonah. Say it three times in front of a mirror and a fist might shoot out and knock your block off. Some friends … Continue reading

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What’s for Breakfast? Top Ten

So, it’s Sunday and the Dig’s on vacation next week, which means no breakfast this morning. It’ll return the first week in January which will also mark two years of the strip. We’ve had some good times, haven’t we? One … Continue reading

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A Banner Day (Holy Shit!!)

Life isn’t full of “Holy Shit!!” moments. At least mine isn’t. They’re actually pretty hard to come by, which is why it’s so strange that I get two of them on the same day. Today marks the digital release of … Continue reading

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a tree grows in south boston

During the day I’m a dog walker. Did you know that? It’s really an ideal job for someone like myself. It only takes up a few hours of the day, which leaves me plenty of time to draw the nonsense … Continue reading

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