Rupert in Providence (24 pages)
Rupert in Providence: the Understudy (3 pages)
An Evening’s Time with HP Lovecat (8 pages)
Rupert Bear & HP Lovecat: Fugue State of the Nation (7 pages)
Rupert Bear & HP Lovecat: Rupert’s Big Test (8 pages, in progress)
Exploiting the public domain for fun and profit has been an interest of mine for a few years now, and I recently re-released the Gods of Pegana, a foundational work of modern fantasy by Lord Dunsany and Sidney Sime, newly colored.
It’s fucking dope and I’m proud as hell. I have not yet translated my pride into a marketing strategy… if you’re a smart business person, please get in contact in with me. There’s gold in these fingers.
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This was a story a I did for a small zine that D. Calhoun and I passed out at Baltimore Comicon 2013. I awkwardly handed a copy to Mike Mignola right after his panel where he confessed that he doesn’t really read comics anymore, and just has an ever growing stack next to his desk. But, he took it anyway. Did it go on the stack?? I can only hope. Anyway, Iron Henry is part of a larger story about the moral gray areas of occult pediatrics, but this seven pager holds its own as a short weird YA vignette.
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