Wednesday, June 3, 2009

MDC, Criminal Damage, Salted City, and Plan B

Thanks to Rachel who got me to come out to this show, even though she was sick and Mike and Erik G. who came out...... Apologies to all the bands

Elitist, Against Empire, Iskra, at a house

raddest house show ever. Anyone know if Iskra is from Sweden or Canada?

Agent Orange, Coldbringer, Riot Cop and Plan B

i listened to too much still life when I was a kid.

AMEBIX!!!!!!!!!!!! at Neumo's in Seattle

Thanks to Mike Ruehle for driving, Karolina and Karina for letting us crash at their house, and Amy and her homies for drinking and playing pool with us

life.death.iron mississippi pizza.with tragedy, lebanon, and extortion

Accompanied by the inimitable Dylan Williams and the lovely Ms. Brooke Appler at this show

Saturday, May 30, 2009

No Age, Eat Skull, Gun Costume at Worksoundguywastrashed

I'm trying out a new page format, since this project is shaping up to be more of a "zine" than a "blog." I chose the four-panel square format to appeal to more weekly newspapers, but since I don't get around to submitting them very much, I might as well add more panels to capture all those special moments.

Better late than never!

The reason I have been lagging about posting is that I was on tour with Microcosm Publishing for most of April and May. I draw twelve of these comics all at once. So pretty soon I'll dumping another twelve show comics up in here. I'm also trying to post more recent shows (these last three were all last year!) So look out for some No Age and Amebix comics coming up!

Final Warning, Warcry, Guided (Gilded?) Cradle, Autistic Youth, and Satyricon

Morpheme, Lebenden Toten, "Runes", mafia house (?)

I don't know where the hell this show was or what really happened.

Superbad, Voetsek, and Mind of Asian at Plan B

Monday, March 30, 2009

Side B news

Right now, the hard-working editors and publishers of the Side-B anthology are trying to get the book picked up by a major distributor, which will play a large role in determining the book's presence in stores. To make sure that this happens, I need your help!

What I need you to do is go into your local comic book store
And ask someone who works there if they can order you a copy of this book. Here is all in information you will need:

Format: Trade Paperback, 232 pages
Pre-order: Diamond Order Code APR090973 (Available in Previews starting April 1st!)
On Sale: June 3rd, 2009

Price: $22.99 USD
ISBN: 978-0-615-22080-2


You can find all the info for the book and a list of creators as well as a downloadable order form for the book at

Music touches our lives every day. It is an influential and defining part of all generations and cultures. We have compiled an anthology full of stories about the influence that music can have on life - be it the life of the artist as and individual or on the creative process.

Over 200 pages of lost lovers, rocking out, spirit guides, ghosts, and dinosaurs - it's like an action adventure comic for the music lover in all of us. (Edited by Rachel Dukes, published by Poseur Ink.)

The pre-order code is: APR090973
It goes on pre-order: Wednesday, April 1st
Where can people order it: Their local comic book shop
How do I find my local shop:
I want to learn more:

Thank you so so so so much. I owe you big time!


Thursday, February 5, 2009

Broken Scanner

My dear old scanner of five years has finally ceased to labor on behalf of my comics. Luckily, since I moved to Portland, I'm comforted by the Independent Publishing Resource Center where I'll be scanning the next issue to post. And yes, the next issue is done! Twelve new Feedback comics are coming your way! All shows in pdx including a few hilarious house shows and "fashion punx". E-mail me with your address if you'd like a hard copy of the actual zine.
I drew a six-page comic about the year-and-a-half that I was straight edge. The comic will be published in the Side B anthology (see banner behind the blog title) and they need people to pre-order it so Diamond will pick it up! Here's a link to the Side B site.