November 30, 2016
our town

four million people lived in San Francisco then

Please click to enlarge.

November 29, 2016
crab shells, mussel shells, human teeth


For a story I’m working on adapting. Whoever guesses what it is wins… I don’t know, some mayonnaise?

September 23, 2016
September 22, 2016
Refresher, again

I took this story from last fall and colorized it, as an exercise in digital stuff that I don’t exactly know how to do yet. This was for an anthology minicomic that I only made a tiny limited edition of; I’ll make some more whenever I get a printer.

(click to read story)

Gentlemen of the Santa Cruz Surf Club, June 1941— drawn from a photo at the Santa Cruz Surfing Museum. (Women also surfed in Santa Cruz in the ’40s, but not in that picture)

surfers 1
surfers 2

July 3, 2016
Hippocratic Oath

Hippocratic Oath
This medical epic appeared on the blog in sketchbook scribble form a few years ago; here’s the big-budget remake. No animals were harmed. Click to read the whole thing.

May 14, 2016


May 8, 2016
cast of characters, 2

cast of characters

April 24, 2016
cast of characters

cast of characters

February 9, 2016
if you’re in New York you could go to this

Book launch at BookCourt in Brooklyn on Feb. 26
for Flashed: Sudden Stories in Comics and Prose

I’m not in the event, but I’m in the book.

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