Friday, September 23, 2005

Impressive Company

I'm not sure where Ted Bohus finds the time. He's involved in a handful of magazines, he runs conventions, he makes movies, and now he's got a new website dedicated to monsters called MONSTERS 411. Among the treats to be found there is a page of monster artwork which includes pieces by Basil Gogos, Daniel Horne, William Stout, Frank Dietz, Dave Stevens, Michael Calandra, Frank Frazetta, and myself. I'm honored to be included in such an illustrious group. Go check it out.

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

The Powerpuff Girls #66

A very small offering this week. There is a short 2 page story I wrote in the middle of this month's issue of THE POWERPUFF GIRLS which is available in comic book stores today. Get it for yourself. Get it for your kid.

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

ignore this.

Monday, September 12, 2005

I Married a Monster From Outer Space

MONSTERS FROM THE VAULT has added the gorgeous cover, by Sorko, to their December issue (#21). This issue contains an article I wrote on the classic 1958 film "I Married a Monster From Outer Space." This began as a review which I was asked to expand into a full article. Additional material, in the form of sidebars, is being furnished by film scholar Tom Weaver. Tom has written numerous books on classic horror cinema, and if you've watched a horror movie made before 1968, chances are good that Tom provided the commentary to the DVD.

Thursday, September 08, 2005

At a comic book store near you

Vampierella 0Available in comic book stores today, for a mere quarter, is VAMPIRELLA: REVELATIONS #0. This is the lead in to a 10-issue series of interconnected stories written by Mike Carey, Christopher Priest, Jay Faerber, and myself.

While I did not write VAMPIRELLA:REVELATIONS #0,
there is a brief interview with me about my part in the series.

Did I mention it's only 25¢ ?

Visit Vampi's site for more info.

Tuesday, September 06, 2005


After a very lengthy time of promising a website of my own, it is finally here. For this, I thank Rob Scott for the great work. The site is still in its rudimentary form, and will be polished and added to as time allows. Look around. Make comments, suggestions, etc. Check in often. Starting tomorrow, I'll actually strt posting some news.