Author and illustrator of Delilah Dirk and The Turkish Lieutenant, a graphic novel serialized online with fresh pages every Saturday morning. It's quite possibly the very best webcomic about early 19th-century sword-based international conflict resolution and/or instigation.
Thank you to everyone who came out to TCAF on the weekend! It was an excellent show, and I feel lucky that DD has readers of such unparalleled quality.
The Delilah Dirk store is now open! Head down there to pick up The Seeds of Good Fortune, which is now available to be shipped straight to your door, anywhere around the world. It should be mentioned that all the copies I brought to TCAF (a not-insignificant amount) sold out before the end of the second day, and so far orders from the online store have been coming fast. To grab one of the thousand copies of the first edition, be sure to hurry on over to the store. Plus, for this first week, i
Guys! If you're going to be at TCAF this year (it's on May 6th and 7th at the Toronto Public Library), why not come by and say Hi? I'll have a whole bunch of copies of "Delilah Dirk and the Seeds of Good Fortune", as well as prints and behind-the-scenes early production stuff for "Seeds of Good Fortune".
Come find me on the second floor, at table 249! I'll be opposite the TopatoCo crew, I believe.
ALSO: on Sunday at 12:45 at the Pilot Tavern, I'll be taking part in a "Webcomics Draw-Off"! What does that involve? I don't actually know! Come and find out as I do Jeph Jacques, Meredith Gran, and Mark Siegel will all be either competing
Just dropping by with some love for Delilah Dirk - thanks for sharing such a wonderful character. My partner bought me a print of the 'London' Travel poster for my birthday so now I get to enjoy your great composition and colour every day.
I absolutely love the opening animation you did for "Rainbow Rocks"! I can watch it over and over and always enjoy it. The presentation of the silhouettes in the many different combinations, and the use of the rainbow to soar and move with the music, illustrates and so enhances the music. It's also great that you got a separate credit for that in the closing credits.