A.D. May 2018
It’s been awhile and as always, there’s been quite a bit going on!
We have finally started working on our first official full length graphic novel, Appalachian Assassin. This ambitious book will be 100 pages and I’m working with a new artist, Carl Embalzado. I’m also working with an editor for the first time, Chuck Pineau. This will be the first time that I have ever worked with an editor and It’s long over due. I’m also getting a chance to work again with my long time friend, colorist and graphic designer, Sherrie Hunt. Currently, 14 pages are done and 10 of them...
A.D. May 2017
Once again, this does not get updated anywhere near as much as it should so I will get everything caught up and a few things have happened.
After almost five years of development and production, our new project has finally come to life, "Who is Darius Key?" Darius Key is a demon hunter with a shameful past who has been handling his tasks for an interminable time. He blurs the lines between a historical figure, a spiritual master, a paranormal adventurer and an arrogant jerk. The time has come for Darius to pass his mantle to a new protege, Maxwell Lightfoot. Will Darius' student...
A.D. August 2012
I would like to start this off with a tip of my hat to all the incredible folks that I encountered at Onyxcon 4 in Atlanta this past Saturday, the 18th. There are so many fun and unique people there, some from the previous show and some for the first time. I look forward to meeting up with everyone again next year, Jah willing, and have another grand ol' time!
Normally, I fill in this blog with an update on past shows and where I will be next or other business related matters. This time, I wanted to shift gears and talk about something different. As I...
A.D. May 2011
What’s been going on with the upstarts at Jericho Projects? Two conventions down this year and two more are booked! We made our first appearance with Ms Johnni in Tennessee at Connooga. This convention was fun as I had the honor of serving on a panel with Dan Jolley (Firestorm) and Jennie Breeden (The Devil’s Panties). The topic was the future of comics and how we stay relevant in an age becoming more and more digital. Our chat went over our allotted time as everyone got truly engrossed on our topic.
The next stop was in March in a place that I know well,...