Summit City Ink Sketch Challenge

This week's sketch challenge is the Elephantmen!

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

CAAATS! (Again)

Hazel and Olive have kind of a love/hate relationship. They won't leave each others side, but they're never really getting along either.

This was made really evident to me one day when I was eating breakfast and noticed the two of them sitting together on the floor. Olive looked over at Hazel, grabbed her by the head and licked her affectionately. Seconds later, she looked over again and smacked her in the head.

I knew then that it must become a comic.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Mystery Solved! The webcomic of skepticism and adventure!

My new webcomic Mystery Solved! has launched! We're two weeks in and I'm really excited about it and I hope that you all give it a look.A new page will be released every Thursday and I will be updating the blog as is necessary on the other days of the week. The comic can be found at

Mystery Solved! is the webcomic dedicated to skepticism and adventure! It revolves around the investigations of globe-trotting raconteur, Colonel Randall Thaddeus Winchester IV. The Colonel, for short. The Colonel's adventures square him off against gullible ghost hunters, phony faith healers, mysterious beasts, and all manner of paranormal happenings various and sundry. So join us every week for each remarkable installment of MYSTERY SOLVED!

The comic was created by me and features the incredible artistic talents of Jim Miller, Dave Dwonch, Dave Wachter, Daniel Logan, Vince Bonavoglia, and Summit City Ink members: Ben Tiede, Andy Jewett, Matt Gross, and many more.

So go check it out, tell your friends, tell your enemies, and tell your cat. Tell 'em all!

your pal,

Monday, July 12, 2010

We Are Fercocious

Greetings! Jeremy here to shout about Ferocious, a new anthology of illustration and storytelling put together by local wunderkid Nate Utesch of Metavari and One Lucky Guitar.  It features images by an international roster of amazing artists, including a 6 page excerpt from my comic. This is quality, folks, pure and simple.

Saturday, July 10, 2010


The craziness continues with the latest page of my cat comic.

While the first page was pretty true to real life (minus the talking), I decided to get a little kookier this time around and put Olive in a superhero costume. Any similarities to existing superheroes are strictly coincidental. I can't go getting sued or something.

That's about all for now. As always, sound off in the comments and let me know what you think!

Monday, July 5, 2010

The Troll and The Giant is available online!

That's right, shoppers! Now you can score yourselves a copy of The Troll and The Giant from the wonderful Discount Comic Book Service. It's almost as cheap as stealing, but much easier.

Since I've blabbed about the premise in another post, I've just thrown up some interior pages from the book this time. If it looks cool to you, hop on over to the store and nab yourself a copy!