Thursday, December 07, 2023

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #125

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #125 is now available at a comic book store near you. It contains a new story I wrote, as well as a reprint of an older story I also wrote. The complete credits can be found in the previous post. You can read a preview of this issue's main story here.

Thursday, November 30, 2023

Available Next Week

On December 5th at a comic book store newar you, the Mystery Inc. gang investigates the Hyena Man in "No Laughing Matter" written by me, with art by Randy Elliot (who also did the cover), colorist, Silvana Brys (who also colored the cover), lttered by Saida Temofonte, and edited by Courtney Jordan. This issue also reprints "The Boy Who Cried Werewolf" by myself, Robert Pope on pencils, Scott McRae on inks, Heroic Age coloring, Randy Gentile, lettering, and Jeanine Scheaffer editing. This story was originally published back in May, 2008 in Scooby-Doo #132.

Tuesday, May 16, 2023

The Grim Gallery Enters Year 13

Do you like monsters? My companion blog, The Grim Gallery is full of them. Over 4300 of them, posted one per day. The Grim Gallery has just entered its 13th year of surving up all sorts of horrors on a daily basis. Go check it out.

Signing at the International Cryptozoology Museum

On May 6th, famed Cryptozoologist, Loren Coleman and I signed 300 copies of Scooby-Doo! Where Are You? #121 at the International Cryptozoology Museum in Bangor, Maine. The comic book, which I wrote, features a thinly veiled version of Loren and his museum.
It was a fun day overall. I got to poke around in the museum library. We met some great people who attended the signing, and afterwards Loren took me on an abbreviated Stephen King tour. (The King household is right around the corner from the museum). Loren also showed me the future museum site and generously sent me home with a pile of loot.
If you were unable to attend, copies are still available at the International Cryptozoology Museum at both its Bangor, and Portland, Maine locations. They are free with a $10.00 donation to the museum. Shipping is additional. Thank you to Loren Coleman and Jean Tewksbury for hosting me. Signing photos by Jean Tewksbury Photos outside the King house by Loren Coleman

Saturday, April 29, 2023

Signing at The International Cryptozoology Museum with Loren Coleman

Next Saturday, May 6, 2023, world renowned cryptozoologist, Loren Coleman, and I will be signing copies of Scooby-Doo! Where Are You #121 at the International Cryptozoology Musuem's neew location in Bangor, Maine. Scoony Doo! Where Are You? #121 was recently published by DC Comics. It features a story I wrote which features a character who is very thinly veiled version of Loren Coleman and also features an equally barely disguised version of the International Cryptozoology Museum. The story was drawn by Walter Carzon, inked by Horacio Ottolini, colored by Sylvana Brys, and lettered by Saida Temofonte. It was edited by Courtney Jordan. See previous posts for more information.
The signing will take place between 11:00 am and 4:00 PM. All proceeds will benefit the International Cryptozoology Museum located at: 585 Hammond Street Bangor, Maine 04401

Tuesday, April 04, 2023

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #121

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #121 marks my return to writing Scooby-Doo comics after a twelve year absence. Guest starring a thinly veiled friend of mine, and world renowned cryptozoologist, this issue is available today at a comic book store near you. There's a preview of the first few pages here. Published by DC Comics the issue was edited by Courtney Jordan, drawn by Walter Carzon, inked by Horacio Ottolini, colored by Sylvana Brys, and lettered by Saida Temofonte.

Monday, April 03, 2023

Ask Me Anything #66

I've been pretty bad about running these, and with blogs being somewhat archaic vs other social media platforms, am not sure there's any interest here. We'll find out. Here's your chance to ask me anything you want, whether it's about my work, influences, what I'm watching, reading, eating, drinking, anything you want at all. Leave me your questions in the comments and I will answer them, either there, or if it requires a lengthy response, in a separate post. You can view previous questions and replys under labels on the right side of this page, by scrolling down. Now ask away.

Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Available Next Week

Available at a comic book store near you on April 4, 2023 is Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #121. It contains a tenpage story written by me with art by Walter Carzon, Inks by Horacio Ottolini, colors by Silvana Brys, letters by Saida Temofonte and edits by Courtney Jordan. As many of you know in the early 2000s I wrote over 100 comic book stories for Scooby-Doo. While my stories have been reprinted frequently since then, the last one I wrote was in 2010. I was very happy to revisit the Mystery, Inc. gang after such a long absence.

Saturday, February 11, 2023

THE ABYSS #6 is Now Free to Read

The culmination of the Red King saga is now available to read for free at Interpop Comics. This storyline greatly expanded the supporting cast of The Abyss, revealed a great deal of the mythology behind his group of Acolytes, gave some hints into the Abyss's origins, and provided a key villain, and former ally, in the form of the Red King, while also establishing alliances, betrayals, and suggestions of what's to come. A lot of work went into this book, not just from myself, but from my talented collaborators, Cliff Richards, Chris Sotomayor, Carlos Mangual, Rylen Sigman, and Rachel Gluckstern, and I think it shows. You can read the entire saga of the Abyss, thus far, for free. That includes all six issues of the ongoing series, plus the four 8-page stories starring the Abyss which appeared in Emergents Presents. Give them a read and let me know your thoughts on them.

Tuesday, January 17, 2023

THE ABYSS #6 Variant Cover Available

This great alternative cover to The Abyss #6 by Peter Nguyen is now available at Interpop Comics.

Monday, January 16, 2023

THE ABYSS #6 is Now Available

I was away all of last week with really spotty internet so I did not get to post this. The Abyss #6, which brings the Red King saga to its epic climax with more guest heroes and villains than you can shake a stick at,is now available at Interpop Comics. This issue was created by the usual crew of myself, Cliff Richards, Chris Sotomayor, Carlos Mangual, Rachel Gluckstern and Rylen Sigman. It features wall to wall action and a number of revelations. You can also read the first part of it for free here. If you need to catch up, issues 1-5 are also available under Free to Read, a are the initial 4 8-page The Abyss stories from Emergents Presents. At some point in the next couple of months I will probably put up a post of my process on putting together The Abyss up through the end of this arc. I did something similar with The Hangman way back when. Stay tuned.