I went through all the links in the sidebar the other day, and discovered that a lot of them were obsolete or no longer worked, so I did some necessary cleaning. It made me kind of nostalgic, to tell you the truth. At one point, I even considered deleting the blog, since I’m not even sure anyone even comes around here, or if comic book artists even keep blogs anymore, now that Instagram and Tumblr are so popular, and allow us to show our work to so many people on the internet.
For now, I’ve decided to keep the blog up and running, but we’ll see what the future brings. In the meantime, feel free to track me down and follow me on Instagram and/or Twitter, as I post art there a lot more often than I do here. I also have a Facebook page, but only use it to keep in touch with friends (people I actually know) or artists and colleagues whose work I admire, so please don't feel offended if you send me a friend request and I never reply. It's not personal, believe me.
Anyway, 2017 was far from being the easiest year of my entire life. My family situation changed. I moved. Some terrible things happened. Some wonderful things happened. I worked on some amazing new translation projects (for Ankama Editions, in particular), attended the Malta Comic Con, accomplished some things I never thought I was capable of, didn't sleep much, and despite of that, managed to finish several chapters of...
Archer Coe & The Way To Dusty Death
I’ve nearly finished Archer Coe vol.2 (only 18 pages left! Woo hoo!), and the book is scheduled for release by Oni Press in 2018. I’m working hard to meet my deadline, and hope to finish the art before the end of January.
I'm afraid Paranormal is on the back burner for now, but as soon as I’ve finished Archer Coe, I’ll be getting back to work on it as soon as I can.
In the meantime, here are some sneak peeks of what’s to come, once I get time to work on all the stories I have for the Paranormal “universe” (daily comic strips, that espionage story I keep talking about, origin stories for Rat Face, Black Jack, and Dr. Eclipse, among other stories, including the return of the Ogre, and a short one-shot featuring The Snake).
Thank you all for stopping by, and for your continued support. I wish all of you a safe and happy New Year’s, and hope to see you around here soon. Take care.