I have sev­er­al com­ic projects in devel­op­ment.

The Human Wrestler
with Bar­ry Lin­coln, Artist

Hugh Mann is tired of get­ting shit on. As a “job­ber” in a minor wrestling league his only task is to serve as a human stomp­ing bag to make the stars look good. Unable to take the abuse any­more, he goes off-script, attract­ing oth­er-world­ly atten­tion and launch­ing him into out­er space to wres­tle in the Inter­galac­tic Wrestling League. Duped into a con­tract, the Human Wrestler must defeat a gag­gle of alien oppo­nents to return back to Earth and his beloved Rosi­ta. The only prob­lem is, in space, wrestling is real!

The Human Wrestler is a four part com­e­dy-sci-fi com­ic that deliv­ers a fly­ing kick to the junk!

Pret­ty Face
with Ser­gio Tar­qui­ni, Artist

In a world where the intel­lec­tu­al prop­er­ty is the only viable US export and celebri­ty is king, the last inde­pen­dent pho­to­jour­nal­ist is forced on assign­ment to find a miss­ing super­mod­el.  She goes by the unusu­al name Ham­burg­er Sun­shine, the cast-off daugh­ter of a sci-fi celebri­ty cult, and one time love inter­est of teen pop-star Jen­ny Vivid.

with James Dean, Artist

A group of cos­tumed heroes work­ing as mer­ce­nar­ies, inde­pen­dent con­trac­tors, needs an image adjust­ment after the gov­ern­ment is unable to excuse their excess­es col­lat­er­al dam­age.  Fired, they go rogue in a bid to track down an inter­na­tion­al ter­ror­ist.  They are joined my an ide­al­is­tic new recruit, the win­ner of a tele­vi­sion real­i­ty show, who quick­ly learns that his “heroes” are just a bunch of oppor­tunis­tic ass­holes.