After a long hiatus I've been able to get back to writing the follow up to Chronokari Alpha: Time is Relative over the past week. There were some initial moments where a blank computer screen looked back at me in silence but it didn't last very long. I had already completed the first draft of Chapter 1, so I read it over a few times to get reacquainted with what I'd written. Then I went back to the notes that I prepared before I even started to write this new Chronokari book.
2015 was a year of firsts, but none were more special than my first foray as a self-publisher into the world of comic book conventions. Now that world and all it had to offer wasn't a total mystery to me as I'd been covering them for my magazine Comix Asylum since 2013. What was new however, was what it would be like on the other side of the display table. I'd interviewed several artists for Asylum over the years and always took note of their displays and how they arranged th
Halloween is usually a time where I assemble mountains of candy and potato chips for the armies of kids that live in my neighbourhood, but this year I did something different. I decided to be part of a Halloween Comic Fest at Gotham Central Comics and Collectibles after I was invited to attend by the store's owner, Carlos Camera. The event was held at Carlos' comic book store in Mississauga, Ontario and featured artists like Ty Templeton, Richard Pace, Jason Loo (Pitiful Huma
It's been a while since I've had the chance to update my blog as things have been insanely busy since heading off to Vancouver in early April. It's times like these that I wish I had a twin or a clone to help me juggle all of the tasks that go into self-publishing while maintaining my regular gig as a teacher, father and husband. That being said, I'm probably the luckiest guy in the world for getting to pursue my dreams personally and professionally, so I'm not complaining on