I’ve recently been working on translating a number of Birthday Street comics into short animations. You can see all of them on the animation page of my site. Here are a pair that feature The World’s Greatest Hotdog.
Springtime allergies has my nose unfurling hairs from the deepest portion of my nostrils. Blooming like a fern or flower to reach out, tickle, and annoy. Happy Spring, everyone!
Check out Action Guy doing action stuff in the upcoming Birthday Street anthology. Until then here’s a taste of thrilling action exploding to life!
Dracularry loves pranks. He also loves the upcoming Birthday Street comics compilation.
Big news on the horizon about the release of a VERY big book compiling all of the Birthday Street comics made by myself, Kevin Cornell, and Matt Sutter. Can’t wait to hear more? Well how about you sit and ponder this looping animation of my first contributed character, “guy in too-tight tights”.
That’s right! “Dear Rodney” is available as a printed comic book on this very website. Bask in the colors as they come alive on the page. Comb over the paper and feel its glossy texture. Breath deep and sniff the cozy, chemical, inky smell of comfort. Listen to the gratifying “whiff” sound of the pages as you turn them. This book is (almost) a feast for your senses (you probably don’t want to taste it)! Please read responsibly.
For those of you that might not have gotten the memo, “Dear Rodney” is also available on Comixology as a digital comic.
U.S shipping only, please inquire here for other shipping requests.
EXCITING NEWS!!! My debut on Comixology Submit is available… RIGHT NOW! For those unfamiliar, Comixology is a site where you can buy digital comics, and Submit is their gateway for Indie creators. Be sure to give it a rating.
Originally written by Cris Trout on his phone’s Notes app, screenshot, then posted to Instagram, and then adapted into a comic book by me. “Dear Rodney” is the story of two bungling roommates that communicate through passive aggressive semi-legible notes. Follow the misadventures of Chollie as he fumbles through urban life with and without Rodney. It is loads of fun!
Introducing “Badooski”. When your neighbor is A Dracula