In the Catacombs underneath Paris, September, 2005.
Current Residence: Atlanta, Georgia Favourite genre of music: Soundtrack, big lush symphonic scores Favourite style of art: Art Nouveau poster/advertising Operating System: I hate the computer wars MP3 player of choice: iPod Favourite cartoon character: Bugs Bunny Personal Quote: "Whatever you are, be a good one." - Abraham Lincoln
Favourite Visual Artist
Alphonse Mucha, Norman Rockwell, Drew Struzan, Gil Elvgren, Dean Cornwell, the list goes on...
Casablanca, Star Wars, Lawrence of Arabia, Raiders of the Lost Ark
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
The Beatles, Coldplay, U2
Edgar Allan Poe, Raymond Chandler, Alan Moore
ARKHAM ASYLUM or UNCHARTED 2!
Favourite Gaming Platform
XBox 360 (I want my PS3 to play BluRays a long time...)
Late last night, a lone gunman went on a killing spree in a movie theatre in Aurora, Colorado.
At least 12 people were murdered, and many more were wounded; some of them are in critical condition.
If you are a spiritual person, please say a prayer for the dead, the dying, and those living touched by this tragedy.
If you are not a spiritual person, any happy thoughts or kind gestures would surely be appreciated.
Please refrain from any speculation, politicization, rumor-mongering, conclusion-jumping, finger-pointing, and other similarly inappropriate behavior for just a little while, if possible. It hasn't even been 12 hours since the tra
Well, the word is out: DC Comics is returning to the world of WATCHMEN! And I am drawing all four issues of the DOCTOR MANHATTAN miniseries. First sign of the Apocalypse? You bet!
It's great to finally be able to talk about this project. I signed on AGES ago, and have kept mum about it, until now!
WATCHMEN is arguably the greatest superhero comic ever produced, and without a doubt my absolute favorite. Being allowed to draw these amazing characters isn't actually a dream come true: I never thought something like this would happen. I'm pretty nervous, but having fun so far.
My history with WATCHMEN goes way back. In 1986 I was workin
In case the next few days turn into a mad flurry of holiday activity, I wanted to wish all of you the very happiest of holidays, whatever the faith gives you comfort and solace.
I greatly appreciate all the kind, wonderful & enthusiastic folks out there who are always quick with a kind word, an encouraging thought, or helpful bit of criticism. I hope you all have a pleasant & happy holiday season, and a wonderful new year. Please take care of yourselves, those you care for, and let them take care of you in return. And thank you again for taking an interest in my ongoing attempts to better myself as an illustrator.
Not to leave anyone ou