A redo from the past, and madness!


Updated with some colors on the man from R’yleh.

Page 5


And finally page 5. Our intrepid dead (?) spaceman is bidding farewell to his ship’s computer, and walking to the ruined city in the distance to get some jumper cables. Little does he know a lady riding a giant zombified lizard creature is right behind him…

Had some struggles with this one, the result is…ok. The beast was fun to draw though. Okay, page 6 should be a bigger deal, more work there. Architecture and whatnot to draw in detail. Not my favorite, but it has to be done.



I mainly started this as procrastination on page 5. It turned into a mockup of what I’d maybe do for a cover of this comic thing, or a pinup, or whatever. Either way, fun times with some Copic markers.


Spring Cleaning


Gave this junk heap a little overhaul. Nothing as grand as I originally had planned, but it’ll do. A few things to note – I moved the comic pages to their own little pocket universe, and divided up all the other poop here into sub-pages. Click the menus at the top, you’ll figure it out. And I added some subpar writing to the comic pages, to provide a little more context, not that there’s much more than space zombie shoots things and cracks wise.

On to Page 4


Not really liking those 3rd and 4th panels…but I’m tired of this sequence and need to move on to more interesting things to draw. So our spaceman has crashed on a desert planet, only to be greeted by two zombified natives. Violence ensues, our spaceman takes down the creatures, then stands revealed as seemingly a zombie himself. OH SUSPENSE.


Back To Page One


So here’s the first page of this short thing.  Took me three or so attempts to get it the way I wanted, and still not satisfied.  Anyway, on to the next one.


Moar Comics!


Here’s page three.  So yeah I got ahead of myself.  I’m working on page one and four concurrently.  The story thus far – our space traveler has crashed his craft on a dead planet.  How, why, eh…  Anyway, he’s popped open the hatch, lumbered out, and laid his sites on a decaying city nearby.  Movement detected, and oh, hey zombies.  Some more monsters come in on page six or so.  Unlike page two, I only redid this one once.  And I still hate it.  Stupid brain.