Monday, December 24, 2007

Friday, December 14, 2007

To those that ordered FoLD #1

Again, I'm real sorry that you haven't received your issues yet. I've been emailing them and they hadn't responded until now. Here's my latest email correspondence with them:

Flight of the Living Dead #1 has been on sale for almost two months now and nobody who has ordered a copy has received it yet.

I've sent multiple emails now asking when you expect these comics will be shipped out and have been ignored every time. I would appreciate if you could ship the comics to the people who purchased them or refund my customer's money if you don't plan on sending the comics out.

You can rest assured I will be using Lulu or Ka-Blam for future issues.

Scott Ewen



We are doing everything we can to catch up on the backlog of store orders. After a busy summer convention season and a move of offices we've finally been able to settle in and tackle the print orders. Adding new titles and filling previously placed orders are now our focus and all orders will be shipping as quickly as possible. Older orders will be given a complimentary upgrade to Priority Mail.

And I'm sorry you're so disappointed in our service. We're a small group getting out an amazing amount of high-quality work. But if at any point you would like your book removed from our store just let me know and I can take care of that for you.

~Jodi D
ComiXpress Service Manager


So there you go. Someday you will get your books. For the next issue I will order a bunch of copies from Ka-Blam and send them out myself so I can be sure you receive them. Thanks for being patient.

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Space Koalas!

This is for a draw-off at Penciljack where you had to redo an old page of sequentials. I chose a page from "Infinity Vortex," a comic I did in 2001/2002. But I don't like the title anymore, so I'm changing it to "Space Koalas!" Maybe without the exclamation point, I haven't decided.

Here's the original page, for the curious. Click the page below to make it bigger:

Monday, December 03, 2007

Friday, November 30, 2007

Every Which Way But DEAD

From a conversation with my girlfriend about what would happen if zombies ran out of humans to eat.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Monday, November 12, 2007

Untitled Horror Comic

Page one of five. Click to make bigger.

Monday, November 05, 2007

Sunday, November 04, 2007


This is the state of my beloved Nintendo DS.

Friday, November 02, 2007

Cleo from "Wet Moon"

A five-minute sketch for an "indie comics" draw-off at Penciljack. I wish I had more time, but I only have myself to blame. I was the one who started the draw-off.

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

More Flight of the Living Dead

Up to page 33 now, which is one-third of the way into the book.

Flight of the Living Dead.

There's a new page here.

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Delirium - colors

This is the first painting I've done in a while.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Delirium: inks

The inks for this Sandman draw-off:

Delirium - pencils

Pencils for a Delirium illustration. This is for a Sandman draw-off duel at Penciljack.

Frankenstein's Monster

A quick pencil sketch for Penciljack's weekly sketch group.

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Monday, October 15, 2007

Music recommendation: "In Rainbows"

Radiohead has released a new album this month entitled "In Rainbows."

It's quite good, although not as good as OK Computer or Kid A in my opinion. It's Radiohead, though, so it's still an excellent album. And you can pay whatever you want for it (so essentially you can get it for free but I recommend throwing at least a couple bucks their way, because I wholeheartedly support what they're doing distributing the album online). So you have no excuse not to download it and give it a listen.

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Flight of the Living Dead!

There's a new page for you to read by clicking on these words.

Saturday, October 13, 2007

Comic Book Recommendation of the Week

The Best American Comics (2007 Edition)
Edited by Chris Ware

I don't know what I could say about this book that isn't already in the title. This is a collection of the best comics of the year (at least, according to Chris Ware). Most of the usual names are here: your Brunettis, your Spiegelmans, your Crumbs and Tomines and Hernandezes (although only Gilbert this year, no Jaime). Just go buy it.

Friday, October 12, 2007

FoLD news and such

First, an interview with me from Creature Corner concerning my comic versus the movie:

And second, here is issue number one, on sale at last. Finally, the perfect Christmas gift for your undead relative.

Dragon's Ballz

Here's a character from Dragon Ball Z. I've never seen the show, but I did it for a draw-off at Penciljack.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Highly Recommended: "Proof of Youth"

The new album from The Go! Team came out about a month ago, and I've listened to it almost every day since then. It rules! If you like 70s action movie themes, double dutch chants, or old school rapping, then you are in luck. If you don't like any of those, but think you might enjoy a combination of all three, then have I got the band for you. Here's the first single off "Proof of Youth," called "Grip Like a Vice."

Still skeptical? Then listen: they have two drummers, and the lead singer's name is Ninja. Their awesomeness cannot be denied.

Monday, October 08, 2007

Zombie Mandy

A very quick sketch of Mandy as a zombie. Done for a zombie-themed sketch group on Penciljack.

Thursday, October 04, 2007

Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Some More of These Bridgman Sketches

I haven't posted any in a while. I kind of doubt anybody cares to look at these; at least, I wouldn't care to look at anybody else doing them. They're more exercises than anything else, but I guess I put 'em up to prove I actually am doing them.

Sunday, September 30, 2007

Flight of the Living Dead series two has begun

Click here to read three new pages of Flight of the Living Dead.

Flight of the Living Dead series two

FoLD series two starts tonight. Here's page one, and there are two more pages on the way tonight at midnight. And then three pages every Monday for the next six weeks.