The comics below are all older work and I've stopped updating this page. For more recent projects, see my webcomics A is for Ambroseburg and Sucker Street and visit my blog.

Free! For Ye!

Since 1998, I’ve attempted to put out one free minicomic per year. I hand them out at conventions and, quite often, people often pass them on to friends, and those friends pass them on, and so on. Judging from the mail I get, plenty of these babies have made their way around the world! To make it easy for everyone, I’ve posted them here in their entirety. Click on the covers and have fun!
If you'd like a printed collection of these comics, you can order one here.


24-Hour Comics

A 24-hour comic is an entire self-contained comic created from beginning to end in one day. No advance planning allowed. Here are two I’ve completed:

Drawn February 1-2, 2004 at Sean Bieri’s home; Hamtramck, MI. Coordinated by members of the Sequential Tart message board to raise money for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. Subject matter for this piece (two-headed cat, box of cinnamon candy, grocery store) was provided by an online Story Seed Generator.
Dwayne duKane and his Dried-Out Brain

Drawn September 13-14, 2003 at Green Brain Comics; Dearborn, MI. Pledges were collected for Friends of Lulu. Subject matter (girl,brain) was chosen by Dan and Katie Merritt.

Check out Sean Bieri’s take on the event (I have a cameo in panel 7...)


Miscellaneous Comics