Palefire at short run seattle on halloween and floating world comics in november.

Palefire is out now and available from secret acres. here is a review of the book on slate. please ask about it at your local bookstore such as Powell’s or your local comic book store, or obtain a copy via secret acres , or even amazon if you so desire.
my first 53-page installment of pop gun war :chain letter in island#4 hits the streets next week. here’s the lovely cover by Gael Bertrand

Fourth issue of the OVERSIZED COMICS MAGAZINE with art and stories by:

Brandon Graham
Gael Bertrand
Farel Dalrymple
Robin McConnell
Roque Romero
Addison Duke

112 pages. $7.99






please take a look at at some preview art via image comics and the island insights tumblr .

you might see stuff like this brandon graham designed contents page for island 4:


i have a flikr portfolio with sketches and process stuff. this is a spread from my story:pgwchainletter028small

i am pretty much just dedicating myself to drawing my own comic books from now on. so thank you for asking but i am not taking on any other new projects now or anytime in the next couple years AT LEAST.
if you want to try and catch me in person here are the rest of my travel plans for this year and a tour poster:

**Saturday, October 31st, 2015 Holloween, 11-6pm**
Short Run –Seattle Comix & Arts Festival
with MK Reed at Tugboat Press table #G:33
Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center

**November 5th 2015, 6:00pm to 9:00pm**
 Floating World Comics -first thursday art show + Palefire & Island #4 release party and exhibit
with Farel Dalrymple, MK Reed, Brandon Graham, Simon Roy, Amy Clare, Tessa Black, Robin Bougie and Robin McConnell.
Floating World Comics, 400 NW Couch St
facebook event page

**Friday, November 13h 2015, 5-7pm **
Gosh Comics London signing with Rick Remender and Jerome Opeña
gosh comics – 1, Berwick St, London W1F 0DR, United Kingdom +44 20 7636 1011

**November 14th and 15th 2015**
Thought Bubble UK- Leeds Comic Art festival

**December 5th and 6th, 2015**
CALA-Comic Art Los Angeles – free admission, two-day show
Think Tank Gallery – 939 Maple Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90015


and just so i don’t feel like i have left anything undone last month at spx there were 4 brand new books out with my art on them or in them.

Prometheus Eternal Cover frontPROMETHEUS ETERNAL
24 pages, Locust Moon Press & Philadelphia Museum of Art (September 12, 2015)
ISBN: 9780989907675
Price: $5.99

Grant Morrison. Paul Pope. Dave McKean. Bill Sienkiewicz. Farel Dalrymple. Yuko Shimizu. David Mack. Legendary artists through the ages have interpreted the timeless tale of Prometheus’ gift of fire, creating a powerful visual tapestry that spans centuries. In this landmark collaboration between the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Eisner-winning minds behind Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream, the torch has been passed to these visionary creators, who together explore the gift of creation and price of defiance.

132 pages, Locust Moon Press (October 15, 2015)
ISBN: 9780989907682
Price: $17.99
Made by Ben Kahn and Bruno Hidalgo
cover by Farel Dalrymple
additional art by:
J.G. Jones, Alice Meichi Li, Rob Woods, James Comey, Jim Rugg



Island_03-1_362_558_s_c1ISLAND #3
Image Comics
This issue introduces MATT SHEEAN and MALACHI WARD’s sci-fi series ANCESTOR!
–September 16, 2015




by mk reed and farel dalrymple
Secret Acres
black and white
68 pages

Palefire by MK Reed and Farel Dalrymple – Small Press eXpo – Secret Acres (L3-4)


Palefire, a black and white comic book i made with MK Reed has just arrived and is ready for your eyeballs, and this weekend we will both be at one of my favorite comic book festivals,

The Small Press eXpo  in Bethesda Maryland. (5701 Marinelli Rd, North Bethesda, MD 20852 Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center)


**Friday night, September 18th 2015**

Pre-SPX Hangout at Fantom Comics from 7:00pm-11:00pm

–2010 P St NW, Washington, DC 20036


**Saturday, September 19th 2015**-SPX!!! 

*11:00am-4:00pm Secret Acres  (L3-4)

*4:30-7:00pm Study Group Comics (J8-9)


**Sunday, September 20th 2015 **-SPX!!! 

*12:00pm-4:00pm Secret Acres  (L3-4)

*4:00-5:00pm-Royalboiler Redux PanelWhite Oak Room (WOR)

*5:00-6:00 pm Study Group Comics (J8-9)


also out this week is ISLAND #3 Published by Image Comics:

I just painted the cover for this issue but starting with issue 4  i will be serializing my pop gun war: chain letter comic.

here is a panel from (also out this month) the Grant Morrison prometheus story i drew for
locust moon and phila art museums new book, PROMETHEUS ETERNAL:

i’ll have those pages at spx as well as my back cover for island (12″ x 8.5″ mixed media on masonite)


and here are some 6″x 9″ ink and watercolors i will have for sale at the show.

smallraw01 smallraw02

smallraw03 smallraw04 smallraw05

and here is the rest of my tour schedule for the year:

**Saturday, October 31st, 2015 Holloween, 11-6pm**
Short Run –Seattle Comix & Arts Festival
Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center

**November 5th 2015, 6:00pm to 9:00pm**
first thursday art show and signing at floating world comics
400 NW Couch St, Portland, OR 97209 (503) 241-0227

**Friday, November 13h 2015, 5-7pm **
Gosh Comics London signing

**November 14th and 15th 2015**
Thought Bubble UK- Leeds Comic Art festival

**December 5th and 6th, 2015**
CALA-Comic Art Los Angeles
-Think Tank Gallery – 939 Maple Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90015

Boise Library Comic Con, Boulder’s Time Warp Comics, and Bethesda’s Small Press eX-po


This is the cover i made for issue #3 of the Image comics anthology, Island:
and here’s the book info via
image comics:
ISLAND #3 Published by Image Comics
September 16, 2015
Diamond ID: JUL150591
Featuring art and stories by Ludroe, Emma Ríos, Brandon Graham,  Amy Clare,
and introduces Matt Sheean & Malachi Ward‘s incredible new sci-fi series ANCESTOR!
i am not in this issue but starting with issues 4 and 5 i will be serializing my pop gun war: chain letter comic.

**This Saturday, August 29—10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. ** 
I will be in Boise Idaho for the Library Comic Con 2015. the artists alley is at
762 RIVER STREET, Boise, ID (ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE LIBRARY), and where i will mostly be all day signing the wrenchies, it will all hurt, etc.
i will have some original art there as 3:15 p.m i will be on a Creating Worlds panel with one of my favorite cartoonists, theo ellsworth.
show poster by Adam Rosenlund
LCC15 Friends Poster

**Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015–1pm to 7pm**
new comics wednesday, following the show in  Boise i will be rolling over to Boulder Colorado and Time Warp Comics boulder for an instore signing. I intended to stop by last year during my Wrenchies tour but due to weather and tour exhaustion i had to reschedule.
please come by if you are in the Boulder/ Denver area. here is the facebook event page and time warp comics fb page and store event page.
time warp comics–3105 28th Street Boulder, CO 80301, ph:(303) 443-4500 or 1-800-552-9108



more on SPX and Palefire in the next few weeks, just a quick heads up:

**Friday night,September 18th – 20th 2015**

Pre-SPX Hangout with Brandon Graham & Hang Dai signing at

Fantom Comics –2010 P St NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20036

**September 19th – 20th 2015**

SPX!!! my new book with MK Reed, Palefire is debuting from secret Acres at the The small Press expo in Bethesda, MD.

now here are a couple cat comics. the first one will appear soon in the locust moon periodical quarter moon, and the second appeared in tugboat press’ runner runner .




linework NW april all over portland magic

linework NW

below is from the ad in the Portland Mercury. and features art by one of the best cartooners in the world, daniel clowes who will be debuting his enormous complete eightball collection there.

for my part i should be debuting it will all hurt #3 there too. hopefully it will be ready in time for the show as i finished the comic right under the wire. you can read the entire IT WILL ALL HURT for free on

APRIL 18 + 19, 2015-Linework NW is a unique two-day event, with a different line up of exhibitors on each day. Don’t forget to come on both Saturday and Sunday to see the full range of creators, exhibitors, and publishers showing at the festival!


Adhouse Books
Alternative Comics
Dark Horse Comics
Fantagraphics Books
Oni Press
Periscope Studios
Telegraph Gallery



Lisa Hanawalt
Jay Howell



Daniel Clowes
Lisa Congdon

linework is a two-day show this year but i will only be tabling on SATURDAY, APRIL 18. but i will be walking around and possibly participating in panels on sunday as well as be available to sign it will all hurts from the press gang/studygroup table. here is the exhibitor list for both days.

facebook event page for linework

AND just to reiterate, it will all hurt is being carried by diamond comic distributors. for issue two: APRIL PRE-ORDERS DUE APRIL 22, and issue #3 will be in the May previews under alternative comics.  orders have been pretty good so far. thanks to people bugging their local comic shop and thanks to comic retailers for taking a chance on such an outlier, and thanks to   for the really nice beat article on it will all hurt.

 here’s a handy pamphlet Marc Arsenault made to promote studygroup’s April & May books. and here is the cover to issue #3 in case you missed last months post.


APRIL 15, 2015. running concurrent with linework the wrenchies pages will be on display all month at tiny’s on MLK not too far from the linework venue the norse hall where i am sharing wall space with one of my best buddies gabriel taylor. there is even a bigger collaborative painting by gabriel and i. here is a older and rawer grainy photo version of it:


the reception is this wednesday, the 15th of april, 2015. there will be beer and coffee and food available for purchase. as well as some art to look at. i am not selling any more of the wrenchies pages i still have on my person but the beguling has a bunch for sale if you were interested. i have spent a lot of time in this coffee shop working on my comics over the years and is one of the first places i went to when i first moved to town. there is also a sold out electric wizard show that eve at the hawthorne theatre, which is very fitting as i thanked them in the wrenchies for helping me get that book done. fyi i am just a fan of their music and have no relation or attachment to any of the actual guys in the band.

here’s a couple pics taken by the incredible artist steve lieber


also there is now a facebook page for the wrenchies. please go to that and “like” it if you are into that sort of thing.

and don’t forget about earth day on the 22nd. so try not to use gas or buy anything wrapped in plastic or something.

friday @ 7:30 pm!


DIY Magic: A Strange and Whimsical Guide to Creativity by Anthony Alvarado

the author of this excellent book Anthony Alvarado will be talking about it along with me and a couple of amazing local artists local artists: Eric Mast (aka E*Rock), and Jennifer Parks at Powell’s City of Books 1005 W Burnside St. between 10th and 11th Ave.Portland,OR503 228 4651

here’s a color and somewhat tweaked version of my illo i did for the book:

be seeing you

Island, Little Nemo, IT WILL ALL HURT, best of 2014 lists, and the Earfarmer 2015


this is a little promo thing  i made for ISLAND, the upcoming image comics anthology.

Island, from Image Comics, a magazine anthology edited by Brandon Graham and featuring a rotating collection of creators inspired by Heavy Metal and Raw  magazine.

coming up this thursday in downtown portland, oregon at FLOATING WORLD COMICS me and the one of the best dudes i know craig thompson will be signing some copies of little nemo: dream a little dream. here is the facebook event page for it. craig’s and my own original pages will be hanging in there too, and jason said he making some nice prints of the art. not trying to brag but this book, at the full size of the original Little Nemo broadsheet pages (16″ x 21″), is really a beautiful sight to behold.  after seeing it in person for the first time i was stunned by how good it looks. so not reduce it specialness for people that buy one (it is kind of pricey) i was asked to not post my entire pages on the internet. but here are some “special features” or whatever for my two pages:


this is a not so great picture of the inked version and then the print ready watercolored colored version on the right.


and this was a photo i took mid-process. i almost like it better in this half finished state. i need to figure out how to simplify my coloring style or something. observe the fairy on the left of the page. i had to cut her and the little flip i drew on the original so as to keep the proportions consistent with the original broadsheet size with border and trim and bleed and all that.  i measured the art dimensions from the sunday press nemo book and did them at the exact size, but the bristol paper i was working on was bigger and i added them without realizing they wouldn’t fit in the book. here are the scanned and cleaned up versions:


across both “page”? maybe it is was a good thing they got cut.


here is another shot of a partly inked panel and then finished watercolor and cleaned up version. i tried to put as much stuff from the old strip in my pages as i could fit. i think half the artists in the book drew that turkey swallowing the house. 


this is a Raphaël Kolinsky brush if you are interested. i was told that there is a distinction between a Sable and a kolinsky but either way i feel bad little animals had to die for me to make comics.  and then there was another mess-up on my part that isn’t that bad but unfortunately made it into the printed version.

messup on the dedication at the bottom i drew the brush i make comics with but in the printed version i accidentally had the brush blacked out in photoshop. no big deal as it is so small but it still stings a little. just one of those things.


i also have been doing a little more on iT wILL aLL hURT,  wrapping up part 6, the final chapter of IWAH. Poor little Robot Tod is getting all scrambled up this chapter. Studygroup Comics and I are going to try to have that issue three out for the upcoming Linework NW show. after that all three issues collecting all six chapters should be at your local comics shops.

 after giving it a while to sink in i think the comic book/graphic novel i read last year that hit me the hardest was probably Beautiful Darkness by Fabien Vehlmann and Kerascoët.  so many great books came out this year still trying to plow through the stacks. listed below are my favorite (whatever that’s worth) best of 2014 comics LISTS. i am a little biased because i mostly just looked at lists the wrenchies were on, all except one of  the few blogs i look at often, comics and cola, but i like pretty much all the other books mentioned and i feel like these all give a pretty good coverage of most of the stuff i have read or want to read soon:

the onion AV club best comics of 2014

vice magazine top eleven comics of 2014 best comics of 2014

good ok bad best comics 2014

this is infamous 20 best-comics of 2014

broken frontier best of 2014

Floating World Comics (lcs) sales report for 2014

comics and cola best of 2014


” kill the enchantments with our understanding and satisfaction.”

that is a line my buddy josh o’neil wrote in the best run down of the wrenchies i have read and probably will ever read.

 this year is back to the drawing board for me. i will spend the rest of the year working on:

* POp Gun War: chain letter coming out in new image anthology Island

*last chapter of  iT wILL aLL hURT on studygroup comics


and finally here are some (hopefully all) appearances i will be doing this year:

*ECCC-emerald city comic con, Seattle , WA-3/27-3/29

*Linework NW-Portland, OR 4/18 and 4/19

*VanCAF-Vancouver Comic Arts Fest, Vancouver, BC, CANADA 5/23-4/25

*SPX-The Small Press Expo, Bethesda, MD . Sept. 19-20

*Thought bubble UK, Leeds- november

cover mash up of the wrenchies and iT wILL aLL hURT #2


The Wrenchies in Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado, and the Miami Book Fest

The Wrenchies was on the New York Times Bestseller list for a few weeks and sold out.  It was also just got on the Publishers Weekly best books of 2014. yay.

It is being reprinted now but there are still  some copies that can be purchased.

Retailers please see Baker And Taylor which still have some in stock.

And for those who like to get stuff  by mail there is always amazon.


This month my National Wrenchies tour will take me to these places:

***November 8th- Tulsa, Oklahoma***–two events!

2:00 pm at the Barnes & Noble Southroads Shopping Center, 5231 East 41st Street, Tulsa, OK 74135,  918-665-4580
facebook event page and B and N event page
and in the evening
7:00 pm at the Phoenix-1302 E 6th St, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74120 facebook event page

***November 10th- Austin, TX***

4:00 to 7:00 pm at Austin Books & Comics, 5002 N Lamar Blvd- 512-454-4197 , facebook event page

***November 11th- -Houston, TX***

5:00 pm at Bedrock City Comics, 6516 Westheimer Suite D, Houston, TX 77057 -Westheimer Store (713) 780-0675, facebook event page

***November 12th-Oklahoma City***

3 pm until close at Atomik Pop, OKC, 7884 S Western Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73139- facebook event page

***November  14 Denver, Colorado***

7:00 pm at -Tattered Cover Bookstore—Highlands Ranch, 9315 Dorchester St, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
Tattered Cover event page and facebook event page
Can’t make it to the signing? Request an autographed copy here:

***November  15, Boulder, Colorado***

 4 to 6pm at time warp comics, 3105 28th St, Boulder, CO 80301 (303) 443-4500 or 1-800-552-9108
Time Warp event page and facebook event page

***November 21st – 23rd-Miami Florida***

from 3 – 4pm, Sunday, Nov 23 at The Miami Book street Fair. i am doing a panel with one of the best cartoonists in the world, Charles Burns 
Room 1365- Breaking Strange: Farel Dalrymple on The Wrenchies and Charles Burns on Sugar Skull


in other news i started updating my webcomic again. please go to studygroup comics to see updates of it will all hurt and lots of other cool comics. placeholder



this very next weekend i will be at the 2014 LOCUST MOON COMICS FESTIVAL drawing in copies of the wrenchies, delusional, it will all hurt #1 and #2, Prophet, Meathaus, and whatever else y’all got. please come on by :

10 am – 6 pm

@ The Rotunda
4014 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104

The Locust Moon Comics Festival is Philadelphia’s premiere celebration of comics, illustration, and the graphic arts.

This year’s guests include Bill SienkiewiczPaul PopeMark SchultzBox BrownRebecca MockFarel DalrympleDean HaspielJ.G. JonesDenis KitchenTom ScioliJose VillarrubiaDave BullockRonald WimberlyYao Xiao, and Nathan Fox.
Click here for the full, up-to-date guest list.

Follow the fest on Twitter and Facebook ,and check out some press of the first and second Festivals here.

Pay at the door! No advance purchase required. We are a donation-based event.

 contact or visit the Locust Moon store:
34 S 40th St
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(267) 403-2856

the venue: The Rotunda:
4014 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104


poster by Ronald Wimberly

The Wrenchies at Powell’s books, Elliott Bay Book Company, and Lucky’s

The east coast tour was a crazy tornado and just this weekend I have three more things back on this side of the states. Please come to one or all three if you happen to be in the areas.

On Thursday Alison Hallett from the Portland Mercury is doing a Q&A with me at Powell’s Books about this new graphic novel comic book I made called The Wrenchies.

there is also going to be an art show of the Wrenchies in the Basil Hallward Gallery (all the way upstairs) throughout October. Please come and get your book signed or look at original art or other books. I’ll be there drawing in books anyway.  here’s the facebook event page.

October 2, 2014 @ 6:30 pm
First Thursday Powell’s Event
: Farel Dalrymple
The Wrenchies book signing and Q and A with Alison Hallett
Powell’s City of Books 
1005 W Burnside St. between 10th and 11th Ave.
Portland, OR


Saturday, October the 4th at 7:00pm
i will be at The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98122


Sunday, October 5th at 5:00pm
i will be at Lucky’s Comics and Books
3972 Main Street
Vancouver, BC
(604) 875-9858.

then a couple weeks later
Saturday, October 25,
Locust Moon Comics Fest
Philadelphia, PA

I will post more dates soon including

Tulsa/Texas/Colorado/ Miami in November

California in December

Here’s the AV Club‘s review with some images from the book:

here are some screen savers someone posted on tumblr: High Res


People of the earth, The Wrenchies are here.


August 7 – THE WRENCHIES & IT WILL ALL HURT #2 release party at Floating World Comics

 wrenchiessigningposter01smallThis August First Thursday come celebrate the release of an amazing graphic novel five years in the making, The Wrenchies by Farel Dalrymple. We will also celebrate the latest issue of It Will All Hurt #2, recently published by Study Group. While working on The Wrenchies, Farel started working on this unscripted side project set in the Wrenchies universe. Serialized on the Study Group Comics website, It Will All Hurt is an Eisner nominated, weird, sad, silly, and sketchy, fantasy adventure strip with magic and science-fiction and some fighting action. An exhibit of original artwork from both series will be on display all month, and Farel will attend the opening party to sign books and greet fans.

  • WHO: Farel Dalrymple
    WHAT: THE WRENCHIES & IT WILL ALL HURT #2 exhibit and release party
    WHEN: Thursday August 7th, 6-10pm
    WHERE: Floating World Comics, 400 NW Couch St


Sherwood and Orson should never have gone into that cave.

That day, a door was opened from our world into a dark and profane realm…and earth’s destiny was changed forever.

In this demented future, whatever life remains on earth is oppressed by the evil shadowsmen. Only a gang of ruthless and powerful children called the Wrenchies can hope to stand against them. When Hollis, a lonely boy from our world, is magically given access to the future world of the Wrenchies, he finally finds a place he belongs. But it is not an easy world to live in, and Hollis’s quest is bigger than he ever dreamed of.

Farel Dalrymple brings his literary and artistic powers to bear in this sprawling science fiction graphic novel about regret, obsession, and the uncertainty of growing up.

Farel Dalrymple is the creator Pop Gun War (Dark Horse Comics) which was a Xeric Grant recipient and won a gold medal from The Society of Illustrators. Dalrymple drew the critically acclaimed super hero comic book, Omega the Unknown (Marvel comics), for author Jonathan Lethem, and is also creator of the Eisner-nominated It Will All Hurt (Study group comics). He is a co-founder of and regular contributor to the comic book anthology Meathaus and has worked on a range of illustration and cartooning projects. Farel is currently residing in Portland, Oregon but really would rather be living alone in the woods somewhere.


Praise for The Wrenchies:

  • “Incredible. A deeply personal epic…a book that calls for re-readings.” — Craig Thompson (Blankets, Habibi)
  • “AMAZING. Beautiful drawing and painting, great characters–it’s pretty much everything I could want a graphic novel to be.” –Mike Mignola (Hellboy)
  • “I’ve been a very enthusiastic admirer of Farel Dalrymple from the first moment I was introduced to his wonderful work.  Now here comes his most epic work with THE WRENCHIES!  This book is a stunning and original piece of work.  The characters are richly authentic and their world is simultaneously exciting and horrific, filled with hauntingly beautiful detail.  THE WRENCHIES is a masterpiece that will knock yer socks off!” –Michael Allred (Madman, Silver Surfer, The Atomics, Red Rocket 7)
  • “Tremendously masterful, as to be expected of Farel Dalrymple. A work of art with fevered imagination and lush nightmares that should haunt every reader.”–J H Williams III (Sandman, Batwoman, Promethea)
  • “The years of love dumped into The Wrenchies is apparent on every page, every panel a work of high art. Lush worlds and fascinating characters drenched in originality and childhood nostalgia. The story is heartfelt, wildly imaginative and engrossing as Farel achieves something all too often lost in comics–pure fun. The Wrenchies is a game changer. I couldn’t love anything more.” –Rick Remender (Black Science, Deadly Class)


VanCAF, Fourth Wall Project, and Book Expo America, how are you?


VanCAF is in just a few days. I am getting on a train to BC in a couple hours.

The show info: May 24-25 2014 Sat. 10am-6pm Sun. 11am-5pm at 181 Roundhouse Mews Vancouver, BC

it is free to all.

here is a floor map and exhibitor placement. it looks like i am table A7 straight at the back of the room. right next to Brandon Graham and the gang.

speaking of brandon, i just found this old okaki drawing by him of my character from pop gun war, sinclair:
sinclair brandonokaki

i’ll be signing copies of delusional there, it will all hurt#1 and advance copies of it will all hurt #2. i’m also bringing a bunch of original art including iwah pages, omega the unknown pages, and the 3rd prophet trade cover.

here’s a not so great pic of it from ECCC:tumblr_inline_n3e2m6e4Zc1r4k844

and here is a picture of spidurmin commission i did at Emerald city as well:spideyeccccommiss

also this weekend on the other coast of north america is a show in boston that i will have a few original pages from the wrenchies exhibited at: Trifecta: Year One! Part of Boston’s Fourth Wall Project May 22–25. Year One is a free four-day event filled with programming from Trifecta Editions and artists they have worked with in their first year as a print collective.

The exhibition roster includes artists: 
Greg Lamarche (SP.ONE)Nick ZarembaMatt ZarembaKhaldoun HijazinFaye OrloveBrian ButlerDavid Buckley BordenGupi RanganathanFarel Dalrymple,Edie BreslerCyrille ConanMasha Ryskin and Michele L’Heureux.

 More information and a detailed schedule is available on their website.

with all the wrenchies promotion and stuff i haven’t been as productive as i would like, but i did finally finish my little nemo pages for the upcoming nemo tribute book from Locust Moon. i am not supposed to share my pages yet but here is an unfinished snippet:nemosnipflip

as soon as i get back from vancouver,  i am jumping on a plane for New York city and BEA-the Book Expo of America. 

 even though i lived in new york for 8 years i have never been to BEA before. i am looking forward to seeing the old city and hanging with old friends and my fine publisher, First Second, and signing advance wrenchies copies of my book. i still haven’t seen the book yet myself but i am getting pumped y’all. here are the couple things i am scheduled for:

Thursday, May 29th-Event Panel: The Best in Fall 2014 Graphic Novels**Time: 4:00pm – 5:00pm

Address: The Javits Center (34th Avenue and 11th) / Uptown Stage

Friday, May 30th-Event-Signing: BEA Author Autographing **Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm

Address: The Javits Center (34th and 11th) / Autographing Area Table #22

 and lastly somewhat sad news, i had to cancel going to heroes con this year. sorry, i hate having to go back on my commitment but i just couldn’t make it happen this time. hopefully next year.

sooooo maybe i’ll catch y’all on a coast?deerandy