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For Jon Morris' BOO! Halloween Stories 2007.
A 4-pager written by Jon and embellished by me.
A short, goofy little sketchbook comic
written for a web-collaborative of epic proportions.
The first part here was generously acquiesced to
by Ryan North of Dinosaur Comics.

A bittersweet story of lost love and garbage cans.
Written for my friend Jeff. One Page

A 3-page short for Jon Morris' CALAMITY! comics-jam.
Check out all the other cool strips there too!

(This comic is hosted at Jon Morris' Ape-Law site)

A (mostly) true* account of one night's activity
told in sixty vectorized panels.
(*Please note that "true story" does not always equate to "interesting story")

A short strip about the joys of new parenthood.

Paranoid delusion or good clean fun?
It's up to you.

A one page gag strip.

A joke with two punchlines. It's bilingual fun.
Based on a true story.

Presented with Infinite Canvas

I'm really not as paranoid as this makes me look.


Chapter one, part two.
A comics story in six proposed chapters.

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Chronicling an obsession.
It's autobiographical!

Well... Don't they?

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A bold experiment in interactive storytelling using a gag-strip format or some light entertainment with which to while away your time. You decide.

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Reviewed by Dani Atkinson at Sequential Tart (click here)

Chapter one, part one.
A comics story in six proposed chapters.

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Reviewed by Neal VonFlue at the Webcomics Examiner
click here and scroll to the bottom)