Summit City Ink Sketch Challenge

This week's sketch challenge is the Elephantmen!

Monday, June 14, 2010



It's an "ABC Adventure Story" that tells a tale about an intrepid young adventurer that is aimed at parents who read to their kids and the big kids who like adventure stories.  The structure follows the basic "A is for..." format introducing more complicated words while telling an exciting story reminiscent of the the space adventure stories of the 50's and 60's.


The book is self-published through  If you decide to order it through them, they will ship it after your order is placed.  You could also hit me up with and email and a check for $15 and I will send you out one with a drawing!

Friday, June 11, 2010


Cats do funny things. They scratch, they lick, they punch each other in the face at 3 a.m., and they steal food from each other (and from people). And when you have two cats like I do, the laughs keep on a comin’. So the other day, I made the decision to start chronicling the hijinks of the two furry ones in the form of an all-ages comic.

I had never thought too much about all-ages comics before, that is until Summit City Comic Con. The day was really successful, and a huge part of that success had to do with the number of kids swarming around my table.

It was great! The kids were excited and having a really good time. One little girl asked for a Deadpool sketch card – as I drew it, she stood there singing a song she made up about Deadpool. It went “Deadpoool, Deadpooooool. Deadpoool, Deadpooooool.”

At the end of the day, I thought, “Man, I should have had a book for those kids!” Sure, I had copies of “The Troll & The Giant” with me, which has a fun, cartoony feel to it. But it also has a shot of a guy with his drawers down, not to mention a brutal beating.

So here we are. Cats. They’re cute, they’re funny, and they’re mostly harmless. Right now, the plan is to keep creating these little one-shots and then putting them all together in a print edition later. I will definitely have one for the next Summit City Comic Con, but hopefully it will be done sooner. Hope you enjoy it!

P.S. Please feel free to sound off in the comments and let me know what you think!

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Summit City Ink's Andrew Fraser on the Comic Related podcast!

At this year's S.P.A.C.E. Andrew had a table for his webcomic Bridgette's Belly and was interviewed by the guys from Comic Related. He's the second interview on the show.

You can download the episode here:

Check out Bridgette's Belly here: