Whether you're here randomly, or came across my work at a comic book shop or a convention, welcome! You can learn more about the stories I have available below.
In the 23rd century, humanity has overcome its short-sightedness, and has survived the brutal damages of global climate change. Earth is a paradise, where people live without fear of hunger, sickness, or homelessness. But the innate need to explore and go beyond the next horizon still stays with us.
Juan Bruni, a young Venezuelan, dreams of going beyond that horizon. He's sworn to test himself on the harshest frontier mankind has to offer: Mars. Juan wants to join the burgeoning colonization efforts on the Red Planet, by any means necessary!
When you have a dream, and people tell you "no," what are you willing to do to get to "yes"?
Harold Wood -- industrialist, patriarch of the Wood family, and beloved son of Osprey City, Massachusetts -- is dead. Detective Mark Robles, a fresh transfer from Chicago, is assigned to investigate Wood's death. As he discovers several clues, including a journal written by Wood's ancestor, David Woode, Robles begins to believe that Harold Wood died as the result of a centuries-old vendetta.
The body count continues to rise while Detective Robles uncovers a family history of scheming, betrayal, and murder. It's clear that the Woods are being punished for the sins of their past. Can Robles solve the case and stop the killings before an entire family is wiped out?
"Familiar yet different, formulaic yet unique...one of those examples of why I love self-published books."
"With unique art and an engaging plot, Rotten Roots is a murder mystery that explores the dark side of American history..."
Steven Leitman, indiecomix.net
Ben Howard, theouthousers.com
"[A] title that intrigues...a brilliant ride we're on board for."
Gary Watson, comicsanonymous.com
In April 1928, a Soviet scientist is escorted by a group of soldiers to the Siberian wilderness on an expedition. What they find is terror beyond their imagining...
Partially based on true historical events, Chuchunya is a horror one shot. If you're looking for a quick read with dynamic art, look no further!
"Overall, the story has a great beginning...The balance between the science fiction aspects and relatable themes make me feel engaged."
The Indie Toaster
"It has an optimistic sci-fi setting with relatable characters and themes that should connect to a young audience. It allows the world-building to be told visually without bogging down the pace with heavy exposition."
Under the Ink
"Whatever happens next, I am all aboard for on the flight to Mars!"