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The (mostly) Complete Archive

Here you will find a (mostly) complete listing of the comics I've done, wheresoever they may reside. I'll be adding more soon.



Collaboration with Alexander Danner. A dispassionate look at love gone wrong. (Using the Infinite Canvas program, it was also the winner of the 2006 Webcartoonist's Choice Award for Outstanding use of Infinite Canvas.)



A redesign of my final Halycon Years installment, using the Infinite Canvas webcomic delivery system to create a non-linear interaction.This comic was also featured in Webcomics- Tools and Techniques for Digital Cartooning by Steven Withrow and John Barber.



Four chapters of self-indulgent exercises. (To be showcased in the documentary film Adventures into Digital Comics)



It's part long-form experiment, part criticism of the genre, and a healthy dose of abusive punctuation.



Art under constraint. It has been described as "...a love letter to webcomics"
This series origninally used the (now defunct) Bitpass micropayment system. Click the image above for more information.



A hypercomic experiment that uses Flash and image-maps in a long-form environment to tell a three-dimensional expanded narrative regarding the (then) current state of online comics. This comic was also featured in Webcomics- Tools and Techniques for Digital Cartooning by Steven Withrow and John Barber.

(True story: One guy disliked it so much he reviewed his sandwich instead.)



My first attempt at a daily webstrip, now on hiatus. Each week, I had drawn a new strip then spent the rest of the time filling it with different (sad and unfunny) stories.



Article I of the Bill of Rights says:
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or of the right of the people to peaceably assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances"


In a way, I guess these are my grievances. This comic was also featured in Webcomics- Tools and Techniques for Digital Cartooning by Steven Withrow and John Barber.



click the image above to see the non-interactive finale to this series, or scroll up to the Last Ditch Redux for the Infinite Canvas version.

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