Reviews on Pop Damage & Book Loons

Joe Babinsack gave another stellar in-depth review of Losers Weepers issues #1 and #2 (not that he'd reviewed them before...he reviewed some of my other comics) on Pop Damage.

Also, there's a short not-so-in-depth (but positive, nonetheless) review of Old Man Winter by Ricki Marking-Camuto for Book Loons.

Still hard at work on my celebrity dream comics...finished inking Arnold Schwartzenegger, and I've inked three pages of a new Snoop dream.

Lulu Mae can now wave hello/goodbye, but she does it like she's holding a gun. Must be the influence of living in Brooklyn. It's like, "hey, I acknowledge you, but keep your distance please". She also takes literal baby steps if we hold on to her hands.


Reviews & News

A couple more reviews have trickled in. Joe Babinsack from Pop Damage wrote a short review of Tales of Good Ol' Snoop Doggy Dogg here, and Rob Clough wrote one for Losers Weepers #2 on The Comics Journal blog.

I'm hard at work on a new collection of dream comics. I've finished inking one featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger, and I've started in on another one with Snoop Dogg. I've attached photographic proof for you naysayers.


Old Man Winter review on Pop Damage

As if to prove the subjective nature of art, Joe Babinsack provides a review of Old Man Winter & Other Sordid Tales that is nearly polar opposite of an earlier review by Andrew Wright on the same blog (Pop Damage).

To paraphrase, Joe loved it, Andrew hated it! However, Joe is an incredibly eloquent writer AND he penned a book of essays titled "Professional Wrestling Intellectual". I may be biased, but I'm going with the guy who could probably execute a pretty decent sleeper hold on me.

You can read Joe's review here.