I’ve always been a fan of Splatterhouse and storyline. I have also been a fan of the one page comic centerfold featured in many of DC comics printed in the early 1990’s.
So, I decided to re-create the comic! With the help for my colorist bud Allen Passalaqua I did! I’d really like to be in consideration as artist (maybe writer) for a Namco Licensed comic. It’s a long shot, but hey, you know, why not try. I plan on printing a large size poster for this illustration. Obviously I cannot sell this poster with Splatterhouse logo and prepublished writing. By the assistance of modern technology I’m going to create a faux european version called ‘BLOOD CABIN”
It will be rewritten as well to fit the Blood Cabin theme.
Hope you enjoy the obscure video game throw back and maybe show a little poster love.
Thanks as always for reading this far.
Cover of the preview
Slurville Presents: A Friend Of Mitsy
This event takes place within the town of Slurville. The same town the Arch Agency appeared in. This is a 5 page preview to a story that I am building in script form. WIth the intent to write a feature film.
Right now the current plan is to create a full color motion comic of this content, then co-produce a short film from the feature script. I hope you dig this 5 page thing so far.
My first attempt at Ladybug Doug
My second attempt
Ladybug Doug..hmm. This was my attempt at creating a comic strip series.
Forget cute cuddly mammals doing human things, Insects are the wave of the future! …At least that’s what I thought at the time. I created these two strips. Thought I was so funny. That is of course until I showed other people. They stared at them turning the page front and back, then said “Hm’ the art pretty good, I don’t get it” AH! dream fails! It’s cool though, I’m sure these things take refining.
I just used these strips to vent. I may do more. They probably will make no sense. Maybe if I do enough one day they will.
Practice, practice, practice.
Remember, nervous breakdowns don’t just happen. They take a lot of hard work.
Thanks for reading.
Reggie and a Sun Genie
Next week I’ll be set up with some things in Las Vegas Comic Con with my buddy Dan Smith. We’re working on something I think will be pretty cool just for the show. More news on that later though. First let us talk of all things Rockets Arms!
Around a couple of years ago my friend Eric Bryan asked if I would work on a comic with him for this anthology him and his pals at Old College Comics were putting together. I agreed. I asked what he had on the table.
He said some rocket arms thing.
I said..go on…
He said it was about an evil genie who gifts this guy with rocket arms.
I said sold!
It’s a ten page comic in a 136 page trade paper back.
I had fun.
Fast forward two years.
He says he found some copies of Freshmen Fifteen for me to hustle.
I bring these copies to Las Vegas.
Since I only have a few I thought I would do something special to celebrate my spoils, so I did up a print. Limited to a measly 10 copies. First ten people that want then for a nominal fee can have one. I’m guess I can muster up a Reggie (rocket arms) sketch if I’m not too drunk.