May 24th, 2013
Back in early April, while I was prepping for the 2013 Boston Comic Con, I did an interview with Casey Ryan for his radio show The Cutting Room Floor. It was a great interview, and I had an absolute blast chatting with him about the new Peanizles book, It’s Pronounced Pea-Nih-Zles, and all things Peanizles related. And I was planning to post the link here, but then the bombings at the Boston Marathon happened, and everything sort of got jumbled together in strange sort of limbo as Boston literally shut-down for over a day, and life as we knew it came to a stand still. The Boston Comic Con was canceled (but thankfully the organizers have been able to find a new venue and a new date, August 3-4) and my interview kind of got caught up in the mess.
But here it is for you all to enjoy!
If you’ve ever wondered how you pronounce Peanizles, if you’ve ever wondered how I cam up with the name Peanizles, if you’ve ever wanted to learn a little about this particular cartoonists views on cartooning and cartoonists, this interview is definitely for you.
Click here for the interview.
May 17th, 2013
For this installment of Fan Art Friday, we have this awesome comic strip sent in by 10 year old Isabella U., of Methuen, Massachusetts. Isabella included Chuck and Succotash in their very own urban start up company, the Barber Shop. Chuck has left his indelible fashion sense on her very own charcters. He’ll do that to you.
And keep those drawings coming!
April 29th, 2013
There’s five day’s left until Free Comic Book Day 2013!
This Saturday, May 4th, is Free Comic Book Day 2013, and I’ll be at Comically Speaking, in Reading, Massachusetts. I’ll be there signing comics, drawing sketches, and this year it’ll be the unofficial premier of the first Peanizles book!
The book is 114 full-color pages of comics. It also has original drawings, and the two of the very first comic of Chuck and the gang that ever premiered. Plus, there’s guest characters, and a very special appearance by Stan “The Man” Lee himself.
I’ll be joined by Adam Miller, the amazingly creative mind behind the uber popular Zombie anthology series Zombie Bomb.
So, what are you waiting for? Mark it down on your calendar and I’ll see you there!