As some of you already know, I celebrated my birthday one week ago.
Over the course of the last year, I drew over 120 comic pages professionally (not counting the over 150+ pages of stories I sketched for my own.) Unfortunately, only a limited number of those pages have been made public. Six pages were for a submission pitch I never heard anything anymore about (the writer simply disappeared.) Another handful were for another submission pitch that actually made through the first stages of approval by a publisher, but was ultimately discarded by the said publisher (it happens.) Some were for a project in which I really believed, but that plunged into a well of problems that haven't been completely drained yet.
Of the projects I worked on, only a couple have been distributed. The first was the fantasy anthology Death Saves: Fallen Heroes of the Kitchen Table
, which was a huge success on Kickstarter (it became also a Kickstarter staff pick) and which is now available on amazon
. It featured the short story Roll of the Die
, that I drew and colored on a script by Mike Sebastian.
The second is the sci-fi series Native Lands
, which I'm drawing for writer James Cavanagh. You can buy the first issue discounted here
for the Geek Fest Sale Fest. You can follow it on facebook
. Issue #2 is in progress at the moment.
Now, a third project could become reality with your help! Let Go
is a sci-fi indie graphic novel about a family struggling to adapt to a rapidly changing near future world. I've already drawn the first 16 pages of it (you can read them here
.) Let Go is now on Kickstarter
to help funding the rest of the book. Please support us (and me into seeing one more of my works become available to readers!)