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Thanks, Heidi, for the month of Core dA membership. That was a lovely surprise. You made this miserable curmudgeon's heart grow 3 sizes today. Thanks!
Hi. The new issue of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is out on Wednesday! It's fucked up in the the best way possible and it might be my favorite issue so far. I hope you pick it up and that you dig it. 
Hey! Hi! Hello! The Megacon LOVE IS LOVE auction is going on right now- Tons of great art to bid on for a great cause! My 2 pages for LOVE IS LOVE are up for bid (Currently at the opening bid of $25). Written by Paul Jenkins featuring his character Chalice from the comic ALTERS. Pencils and Inks by me.…
It's my last signing of #NYCC.  Archie Comics booth #1936 11am-noon. Stop by and I will sign ALL THE THINGS! Archie has copies of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Book 1, Midtown has my NYCC exclusive Betty Boop cover and Titan has my Sherlock #5 cover before comic shops.  
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I will be at NYCC this week! I don't have a table, but I'll be signing at the Archie and IDW booths. I hope to see you there. And while you're at NYCC,  swing by the Midtown Comics booth to get a copy of their Betty Boop #1 con exclusive with my cover.  
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I will be signing, selling and sketching all weekend at Sci-Fi Valley Con in Altoona PA. Hope to see you there!
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Hey! The new issue of the comic I draw, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, is out now! #5. Available pretty much anywhere that comics are sold. I hope you dig it!
Cryptozoic cards are doing daily giveways for Batman & Superman original art sketchcard this week.  Today (March 23rd), includes one of my Superman: The Legend cards. Go RT the tweet for a chance to win:…
I was honored and gobsmacked to find out that I was nominated in IGN's best art team 2015 category, AND Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #3 was nominated in the best single issue category.  If you have a spare minute, and like my work enough to do soz I'd appreciate the votes. Thanks.…
Short notice signing info. If you are at NYCC this weekend, you can find me signing at the Archie Comics booth.  Friday 3-4pm. Saturday 1-2pm. And maybe I'm on the panel.

I still don't know if I'm doing any Dynamite signings because I tried to get to their booth yesterday to check, but the line to meet Grumpy Cat was too long.  Updates to come.
Sabrina #3 comes out tomorrow.  It's a big one. Sabrina is turning 16 and all Hell is about to break loose. 

Other stuff that came out recently :
Archie VS Predator #1 (Archie/Dark Horse)- 1 page Sabrina Meets Hellboy back-up story by me and Alex di Campi
The X-Files: Year Zero TPB (IDW) cover gallery.
Archie VS Predator #2 (Archie/Dark Horse)- Variant Cover.
Swords of Sorrow #1 (Dynamite Comics) Variant Cover.
Grindhouse: Drive-in, Bleed-out #1 and #4- pin-ups.
The Fox: Fox Hunt #2 (Archie/Dark Circle) Variant Cover.
The Black Hood #3 (Archie/Dark Circle) Variant Cover.
Masks 2 #1 (Dynamite) Variant Cover.
Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency #1 (IDW) Variant Cover.

Coming soon:

All New Archie #1 (Archie) Variant Cover.
Swords of Sorrow #2 Variant Cover
The Shield (Archie/Dark Circle) #1
Dirk Gently #2 Variant Cover
The Fox: Fox Hunt #5 Variant Cover
Archie VS Sharknado #1 (Archie) Variant Cover
The Shadow #100 (Dynamite) Variant Cover
The Fly: Outbreak #4 (IDW) Variant Cover

Ok, when I actually list it all, it seems like a lot.  The may be why I'm not getting much sleep. 
I have two signings/conventions coming up-

Portland/North-westernly people- I will be signing at I LIKE COMICS in Vancouver, WA this Saturday 5/9.  Gail Simone and Pete Woods will be signing Sword of Sorrows #1. And since I did a variant for that issue and will be in town that day, I'm crashing (On Gail's suggestion).  This is my first west coast signing, so come out and make me sign things.

Central PA- I will be doing Sci-Fi Valley Con in Altoona, PA May 15th, 16th and 17th.  I'll be between areyoshi and NORVANDELL.
I have two comics coming out on Wednesday:


SABRINA: The long wait is over. #2 is here. (And there are preview pages online for #3, which will be coming next month. We are committed to getting the book back on track.  Advance reviews for #2 are great, and people are really digging it.  Give it a

ARCHIE VS PREDATOR:  The main AVP story is the work of the Brilliant Alex de Campi and Fernando Ruiz, but Alex and I have an extra little surprise in there.  I'm super excited about it and I hope you dig it.  

There are only a couple more days to take advantage of the Archie Comics Humble Bundle.  An incredible deal on a TON of Archie digital comics (including my Sabrina!).  And, it's all for a great cause (CBLDF & Hero Initiative).

Take a look at the amazing comics you get:
The Dork Forest Podcast, hosted by the hilarious comedian Jackie Kashian is running an end of the year survey and I'm currently in the top 10.  If you have a sec and felt like voting, you can do so here:  Episode #215 Doctor Who.  Thanks.
Sabrina comes out this week.  Wednesday.  One day away.  The long road to release is almost here.  I hope you get a chance to pick it up and I hope you enjoy it. A bunch of advance reviews went online today and they were all really favorable. 

If you are at NYCC this week, I'll be doing some signings.  I won't have a table of my own, but you can catch me at the booths of my publishers: 

I'll be signing at the Archie booth 2-3pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

I'll also being signing at the Dynamite booth Friday 3-4.  I did the cover art for Dynamite's Army of Darkness Convention Invasion special, which also comes out this Wednesday(Busy week for me!) 

I think there may be an IDW signing(s) for me as well, but I'm not sure of days/times yet.  There's usually a signing schedule posted at the booths. 

I'll try to update my twitter when I know about signings, so follow me for more info.  Actually, I post art/sketches/works in progress and other fun stuff, so maybe just follow me anyway:

I only have 2 other appearances this year.  A small one-day convention in Altoona Pennsylvania on November 2nd, and L.I. Who, Long Island's awesome Doctor Who convention on November 7-9th.


There is a 6 page preview of the new Sabrina comic I'm drawing in the newest issue of Afterlife with Archie.  It's the same preview from the CBR article a few weeks ago, but printed and nice and you can fold it or bag it or read it on the toilet or whatever you do with your comics. 

But here's the REAL reason to pick it up-- this issues is INSANE.  The brilliant Francesco Francavilla has drawn a double-page spread that will melt your brain.  I hope you've been reading Afterlife all along, but here's a perfect jumping on point if you haven't.

And if you're at SDCC this week, Archie has a convention Afterlife 1 edition with the Sabrina preview in as well. 

Thanks for putting up with my shameless shilling.
The news just broke.  As has just been reported by USA TODAY:…  I am the artist for a new monthly SABRINA series from Archie Comics.  A sister series(not a spin-off) to the hugely successful AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE. 
Hey, just a quick note thanking you all for watching my gallery, favoriting, commenting, and being so supportive.  It really means an awful lot to me.  Thank you!  Also... Big news is coming.  Probably by/at SDCC. #tease
As announced at Wondercon this weekend, a new X-Files five-issue miniseries with variant covers by me! I'll post my covers once IDW gives the OK.  Here's the press release:

The Case That Started It All Debuts At IDW!
San Diego, CA (April 20, 2014) – In its first year at IDW, The X-Files Season 10 has pitted FBI special agents Mulder and Scully against monsters, cults, conspiracies, and more, and now the duo will unravel a mystery that dates back to the very beginning of “the X-Files.” The brand-new five-issue miniseries, The X-Files: Year Zero, debuts this July with an original tale suited for both X-Files diehards and mystery fans alike!
In the 1940s, a shadowy informant known as “Mr. Xero” directed the FBI to a number of paranormal cases that would soon be classified as “X-Files,” which were reserved for the improbable and unexplainable. When faced with an eerily similar “Mr. Zero” in the present, Agent Mulder resolves to uncover the truth about who this mystery person is and their connection to these cases.
The multi-talented veteran Karl Kesel (FF, Superboy) makes his debut at IDW as the writer on the series. Vic Malhotra (The X-Files: Conspiracy: The Crow) and Greg Scott (The X-Files: Season 10) will be splitting art duties with Malhotra providing the art for the 1940s sequences and Scott drawing the present day storyline. Covers will be provided by Season 10’s Carlos Valenzuela, with pulp-novel-inspired subscription variants by Robert Hack (Doctor Who) and a retailer incentive cover by Eisner Award-winner Francesco Francavilla for the first installment.
“The origins of the X-Files unit of the FBI were only hinted at in the TV show, and we’re proud to present the story of how the precursors of our favorite paranormal agents established the division in the late 1940s,” says editor Denton J. Tipton. “I think Bing and Millie will become fan-favorites alongside Mulder, Scully, Reyes and Doggett.”
“I’ve always thought the 40s would be a wonderful setting for X-Files, with the Russian red menace, atomic mutations and flying saucers all lurking in the shadows— what I like to think of as ‘UFO Noir.’” said Kesel from an undisclosed location. “Of course, iconic characters like Mulder and Scully are a joy to write, and being given the opportunity to introduce their predecessors— Bing Ellinson and Millie Ohio— well, the truth is it’s all a little unbelievable to me. But the unbelievable is what X-Files is all about, isn’t it?”
With an upcoming board game from IDW Games, the ongoing Season 10 series, and now this new adventure into the past, IDW is the essential stop for fans of The X-Files! Stay up to date at!