Extra Junk

This page contains some bits and pieces that, for one reason or another, no longer serves any purpose. So rather than let it sit around on my server, collecting dust, I’ll just toss it on this page for you to enjoy. So… enjoy!

COMIC COLLECTIONS – Old stuff that you might find interesting.

Moose River Regular (2004)
This was my first attempt at doing Moose River as an on going web comic… but I lost interest in it after I realized that the story was shitty. I mean, more shitty than the new, current series. You’ll notice that some of the jokes and situations have been recycled into the new, current series.
Relativity – Space (2005)
A stupid love story in space. This was meant to be a three part minicomic series before I started working on Moose River, but I decided to end it after one issue.
The Book of Huzzah (2001-2003)
My first official web comic. I stopped doing it after I lost interest in it.
Skyhowl Legacy (2001-2002)
My first attempt at a serious serial story, but I found out that I can’t do straight-serious stories. It’s also where the name “Skyhowl Legacy” came from.

ONE SHOT IMAGES – Single page comics or artworks!
Moose River Random Sketches
Just a bunch of random stuff I’ve had up on or links from the site.
The Criterion CollectionA few excerpts from my Moose River BibleYou Beautiful Beatnik!RealisticManga 1Manga 2Two Anne’sAlphabet SoupSuculant Shea
Mystic Revolutions Guest Comics
Stuff I did for my friend and fellow comic-maker-in-arms, Jen for her comic Mystic Revolution.
Number OneNumber TwoNumber ThreeNumber FourNumber FiveNumber SixNumber SevenNumber Eight
LiveJournal Personal Comics
The most introspective comics I’ve made… not that they’re THAT introspective.
Number OneNumber TwoNumber ThreeNumber FourNumber FiveNumber Six

MOOSE RIVER REVIEWS – Well, I’m glad to know SOMEONE out there with a blog reads my comic.
Fleen (May 16, 2006)
“…comics like Moose River … are not birthed from Adobe Photoshop … their simple hand drawn look takes on a life and atmosphere of their own.” – Sommer Leinbach
T Campbell’s Blog (May 7, 2006)
“… he … starts getting honest and grounded and, not coincidentally, GOOD.” – T Campbell
BookSlut (May Something, 2006)
“I am helpless in the face of such honesty.” – Liz Miller
Comicon.com (May 18, 2005)
“I liked the art and the premise made for a very good mini comic. Would it work as a monthly series? No, but neither would Eightball.” – Jai Nitz