Posts Tagged "Caleb Goellner"

08.Oct.2016 Breaking In: Advice on Starting a Career in Comics

In 2015, thanks to a very kind introduction from Marvel Talent Relations Manager Rickey Purdin, I was invited to be a guest at Comics Uncovered, an intimate aspiring comic creator seminar attached to Birmingham, UK’s International Comic Expo. I was being flown out to do portfolio reviews and hang out and talk comics—it seemed too […]

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22.Oct.2014 Birch Squatch: The Last Bigfoot #1 is now available on Comixology!

That’s right, folks! Caleb Goellner and my little comic is now available at one of the world’s largest digital comics retailers! So, head to Comixology, and for just 99 cents, grab a copy of the futuristic cryptid crime comic that Comics Alliance calls “quite possibly the greatest sasquatch-based sci-fi revenge mystery of autumn 2014.” Get […]

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18.Sep.2014 I have written a comic! Birch Squatch: The Last Bigfoot lives!

Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your peepers! I have written a comic about a bigfoot pushed to his limit that Comics Alliance (who generously covered this indie effort) dubbed “quite possibly the greatest sasquatch-based sci-fi revenge mystery of autumn 2014.” You should use your eyeballs to look at its glorious art and read its excellent […]

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21.Jan.2012 Mustache photography

During Movember 2011, I was contacted by Movember HQ to see if I had any high-res photos of myself that they could potentially use in official Mo’-related ads. I was excited by the prospect, but disheartened when I realized I didn’t have a single photo that fit the specs they needed. My “classic” mustache and […]

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03.Nov.2010 This just in… Movember makes headlines! Mammoth-Stache mentioned! Interwebs erupt!

Lots of Movember news coming in from the front lines of the big month-long ‘stache-a-thon today. Let’s dive right into this Mustache Dispatch… ————

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01.Jun.2010 Tortoises and TMNT and Crocs, oh my!

Earlier today on BoingBoing, I saw this video of a tortoise rubbing up on a Croc (the shoe, not the animal). I laughed… a lot.

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18.May.2010 Two years with the Outlaw Jessi James

Over the past two years, I’ve worked two different full-time jobs, dabbled in the field of freelance journalism and collected unemployment. In those same two years, I’ve lived in three different states, pulled a U-Haul from coast to coast, raised over $1,200 with a friend and a moustache to help fight men’s cancer and shook […]

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19.Apr.2010 All Day Pizza Buffet: Post-Its

I often find that reading about comics and looking at comic art all day is a lot like watching the Food Network. Much like seeing Emeril whip up some garlic mashed potatoes can send me into the kitchen to try and concoct something delicious, viewing gorgeous graphic art all day is hard without taking a […]

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03.Apr.2010 The most beautiful Arby’s in the world

As a country, America’s youth sometimes makes it hard to point out aspects of our culture with real history. One American tradition that dates back to our roots and is shared by few other nations is the road trip. As an endeavor for fun or as a part of relocation, heading west with Manifest Destiny […]

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21.Jan.2010 The Irregular Doodler: A possible return for All Day Pizza Buffet

While talking today with my associate and friend Caleb Goellner, it dawned on me that just thinking about drawing was in no way going to improve my meager doodling skills. It also occurred to me that continually fiddling around with a doodle pad but never planning my scribbling adventures out beforehand is not really stretching […]

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