I am he, and he is me, and we are we, and we are all togther

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Hi! Welcome to my Big Blog House, where I will show off art from upcoming projects and possibly script pages as well. I may also spout some opinions about movies, comics, tv, etc.

Pictured above is the cover to EDGE OF THE UNKNOWN Vol. 1, written by me with art by Marco Roblin.

Here’s the plot blurb:

Harry Houdini and Arthur Conan Doyle investigate a series of brutal murders, in 1920’s Hollywood.
Summary: An older Harry Houdini, past his prime, is dealing with one failure after another. Arthur Conan Doyle, known for creating “the world’s greatest detective”, sits in at a séance and believes every moment of it. They were friends once… Now, after a number of young girls have been found dead, Houdini is enlisted by an old friend to help find the killer. Knowing he won’t be able to do it alone, Houdini asks Doyle for assistance in solving the case. What they find will shock and disturb and leave a lasting impression on both of them.
It’s a horrifying mystery tour through old Hollywood, starting at the La Brea Tar Pits, winding down Sunset Blvd., and ending up on the back-lot of Universal Studios.
Guest starring a young writer by the name of H.P. Lovecraft!!

“Quite a feat… Catchy high concept and well-plotted out! Recommended!”   -Comics Should Be Good

“This first issue has it all: historical facts, historical figures, pure terrifying scenes, and two of the coolest men in history teaming up to solve a mystery.”   -Ain’t It Cool News

“Definitely one of the best Houdini-Doyle mash-ups, as well as one of the better Houdini graphic novels.”        -Wild About Harry

“Pick this up!”  –Bloody Disgusting

You can order a print copy at  http://www.indyplanet.com/index.php?id=4271

And the digital version is available for iPad at http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/edge-of-the-unknown/id497122869

 

 

 

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