July

2016

Cloud Stories

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Cloud Stories is my upcoming graphic novel, which was funded on Kickstarter in 2013. It will contain short stories arranged around the theme of clouds. The book is currently in progress, at a rate of approximately a half page a day. It will be released in 2016.

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February

2013

Trickster Loses Most Of His Penis

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Adaptation of a traditional Hočąk folktale. I’d love to do some more of these, as they’re so awesome.

 
August

2009

Disco Fever

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Story written by Bill Wrigley (the son of the first white guy to play Public Enemy on the radio) for Roctober #47.

 
March

2009

Stalker Pie

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Short comic story for Smith Magazine.

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December

2008

Bolus

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Short story published in Blurred Vision #4, an anthology of experimental comics. A modified version will appear in Cloud Stories.

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November

2007

Threads Of Red Jack

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Written by Daniel Kibblesmith and originally serialized on The Chemistry Set. We talk about doing more of these stories every once in a while, and we really should.

 
October

2007

The Lost City

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Short comic story for Elfworld, an anthology of alternative comics creators doing fantasy stories. In the style of E.C. Segar, roughly.

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January

2007

Red Eye, Black Eye

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In the days after September 11th, with the ruins of his job, relationship, and city crumbling around him, cartoonist and roustabout K. Thor Jensen (24 Hour Comics, Top Shelf, and many more) packed a backpack, bought a bus pass and took to the open road. His 60-day, 10,000-mile journey is chronicled in this ragtag romance.

From riding the back of a burning couch in Birmingham, Alabama to aiding stray dogs in Butte, Montana, building a giant papier-mache vagina in Columbus, Ohio to smuggling drugs across the border in El Paso, Texas, Jensen searches for the last remnants of a meaningful life as he rides the Greyhound bus. Stopping over in eighteen cities, he interacts with a diverse cast of supporting characters, and they each recount a story of their own to him, cobbling together a modern Canterbury Tales for the slacker generation. Red Eye, Black Eye is a fractured portrait of life in 21st century America, as the protagonist and his compatriots drink, fight, stumble and fall their way through their travels. It’s also riotously funny, charmingly crude and beautifully drawn.

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“What’s black and red and genius all over? This book!”
– Perez Hilton

“One of the first important graphic novels of 2007.”
– Publisher’s Weekly

“Red Eye, Black Eye should be regarded as highly as Tricked or Box Office Poison by Alex Robinson or Blankets by Craig Thompson.”
– Silver Bullet Comics

 
November

2006

Nipple Boy

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Comic written by Matt Hawkins for his anthology of true-life stories, Unlucky.

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April

2006

The House On The Hill

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I don’t even know what this was drawn for.