Thursday, August 27, 2009


For your viewing pleasure, here are some more pages I had the chance to scan and upload. I'm penciling and inking the final 8 pages of the book, and should be ready to start word bubbling these pages by the first week of September. So we'll finally get some dialogue in these empty pages!

If all goes as planned, it looks like I won't have to apologize for postponing the book any further. October is still my planned soft-release date.

Until then, enjoy!

Saturday, August 22, 2009

No new updates yet...

Sorry folks! I'm working on the wire to get this book out before Halloween 2009! I originally wanted it done before the ghost conference in Saint Augustine, "Saint Aughostine", but that doesn't look like it's going to happen.

Though I may have some promotional material available at the conference to promote the book.

Please stay tuned, I should have something new for you to look at soon.

Monday, August 3, 2009

Flagler's Few in Halloween Special!!!

Hey gang! Some great news! Shriek Freak Quarterly's Deaditor-in-Chief, Eric Downton, just contacted me and let me know that the pages I submitted for their First Halloween Special will be included. So while Flagler's Few will be released the same month, you'll be able to purchase the Shriek Freak Magazine to get a sneak peak at what's coming!

Please, everyone check out the Shriek Freak website and purchase a copy of the Halloween Special, not only to show your support for the graphic novel, but also for Shriek Freak Quarterly, who are hard at work to bring you the very best in horror-fiction provided by the fans themselves!

Not only that...but imagine what a collector's item you'll have when Flagler's Few becomes more popular then that little four-eyed british wizard kid! :-P

Sunday, August 2, 2009

Flagler's Few Release Date!


I'm giving you all a set date for the release of my first graphic novel, Flagler's Few: The Reaper of St. George Street. A soft release will be set on October 31st 2009 in several tour and book shops along the real St. George Street in Saint Augustine, Florida.

Copies will also be available online either via this blogsite, or possibly via