Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Sweaty Betty

I drew a 3 page Betty Boop comic story for the February 2017 issue of Woman's  Day magazine. It's their 'heart health' issue. Color by Jason Millet, lettering by Todd Klein.

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Someone let me draw Batman.

"Land, HO-HO-HO!"

I drew a particularly wacky four page story written by James Kochalka in SpongeBob Comics #62, on sale now. It's full of tales of King Neptune, and our bit has an appearance by everyone's favorite ghost pirate, the Flying Dutchman. Plus MOLDY SAMMITCHES!

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Saturday, August 13, 2016

Teenage Ninja Mutant Batman

Here's a peek at a cover I drew for the BATMAN/TEENAGE NINJA TURTLES comic from IDW. I'm a big fan of Bruce Timm, and it was fun to play with his take on Bats.

You can find a full-size version of the colors here on Comic Book Resources. Scroll down and click on the small image of the cover for a full-size view.

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Ro, Ro, Robo Art

I have a number of pieces in RABID ROBOT RAMPAGE, a show of robot art by several Chicago area artists. Have a beer and buy a bot! The poster is by yours Surly, with color by Dave Punk, and features a robot designed by 10 year old artist Calvin Bosanic, and it will be available at the show.

Northdown Café and Taproom
3244 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, Illinois

Opening: Saturday, July 23, 3PM to 6 PM
Show runs 7/23 - 9/2

Monday, May 09, 2016


I drew a short story in SpongeBob Comics #56, on sale Wednesday, May 11. James Kochalka wrote this baffling battle between Plankton and Gary the snail. It's wacky.

I'll have a longer story in #57, the "Nautical Noir" issue, on sale in June.

Thursday, March 17, 2016

CU @ C2E2

I'll be at Artist Alley table #B2 at C2E2, Chicago's premiere comic book convention. The show is being held at McCormick Place, this weekend, March 18. 19, and 20.

Tuesday, February 02, 2016

Walking the Plankton

My latest short for SpongeBob Comics is called "Plankton Vs. Gary", from a script by James Kochalka. The color is by Jason Millet.