Sunday, March 6, 2016

Monkey Squad One #13. Pages 10 & 11.

That's the All-Girl Earth version of U.N.C.L.E. Doug in the first panel up there. She didn't get any actual dialogue this issue but she'll show up again in MS1 #15.

I think this is my final hint to the reader that it's been a year. Which is hilarious because we're ten fucking pages deep.

Thanks for reading!


The Doctor Is Ready To Operate!

Sunday, February 21, 2016

Monkey Squad One #13. Pages 8 & 9.

Anarchy Stone is a real Japanese all-girl pop-punk band & they are awesome.

Unicorn Picnic is not a real video game.

But maybe someday.


An appointment with Dr. Metropolis!

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Monkey Squad One #13. Pages 6 & 7.

Like, I for real toiled over the idea that the U.N.C.L.E. soldiers on All-Girl Earth would have a feast in the honor of U.N.C.L.E. Doug; the ONE MAN that fought in the battle against the Squid-Face Nazis while dozens (100s?) of female U.N.C.L.E. soldiers died in that same battle.

I rationalized as: U.N.C.L.E. Doug & Monkey Squad One helped defeat the Squid-Face Nazis on a planet that wasn't even theirs. The All-Girl U.N.C.L.E. Soldiers are honorable bad-asses & respect U.N.C.L.E. Doug's sacrifice in their war.

And no one said that they didn't have all kinds of feasts in the honor of all of the lady soldiers that were killed.

Mostly I just wanted to convey that a year had gone by and that Connor (and as we later find out, Brendan) is still upset about U.N.C.L.E. Doug's death & being stranded on All-Girl Earth.


Unicorn Picnic Speed-Run!

Sunday, December 13, 2015

Monkey Squad One #13. Pages 4 & 5.

Sometimes I think I went a little hard on the "one year later" mentions. Page one is nothing but "one year later" and Connie brings up how it's been a year in this scene & it comes up again two other times this issue. 

I guess I subconsciously think MS1 readers are stupid. 

Sorry, y'all.



hahahahaha I just noticed the wind is blowing in 2 different directions in the last panel

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Monkey Squad One #13. Pages 2 & 3.

It's hard to come up to with stuff to say when the whole 2 pages is just one image with four word balloons! So...

This issue begins my first ever six-issue story arc. 
I've got to admit, it's pretty daunting, but it's been a total blast.

The title A Hero Never Dies as well as Where A Good Man Goes (and the subsequent story titles in this arc) are all stolen from some of my favorite Hong Kong action movies from the 90's. All of them are highly recommended!



Sunday, November 1, 2015

Monkey Squad One #13. Cover, P.I.P. & Page 1.

I mean, really it's been 11 months but ONE YEAR LATER is close enough!

Thanks for coming back for issue 13 of Monkey Squad One!

How about that cover? One reviewer said the thing in the middle looked like it might be a piece of shit. Another said the cover was some clouds and a couple of triangles (or something to that effect).

But as we find out on page 1, that piece of shit is actually U.N.C.L.E. Doug's headstone.

A little more on that next week.

I totally stole the ONE YEAR LATER bars for page one from Brian Bendis' ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN which is statistically my favorite comic book of all-time.

ONE YEAR LATER was also one of my favorite DC events back in the day.

Thanks for reading!



Monday, January 26, 2015

Monkey Squad One Annual #2 Special Features!

Monkey Squad One Annual #2 was such a big project that I recruited the help of my best friend Joe Metro.  After I finished all of the artwork, Joe organized & ran a successful Kickstarter campaign. We were funded in less than 24 hours and ended up going $1000 over our goal!

The following Special Features are all things I drew that weren't for the issue itself.

Like that image above was the main promo issue for the campaign.

Below is the design for the first-ever Monkey Squad One t-shirt!

(Omega-Homie, Sean Fagan photoshopped the t-shirt mock-up below because I'm still awful at computers.)
Below is the Trik-EZ pic I drew when the Kickstarter campaign hit $1000 on Day 2.

The following are a few of the 11x17" commissions I did as Kickstarter rewards!

 Thanks for reading!

I'll be taking a few weeks off before posting MS1 #13!