member since May 05, 2010
He grudgingly (and sparingly) uses facebook, but is not a Twit.
His primary influences are Robert E. Howard, Fritz Leiber, Mike Mignola, John Buscema, Jeff Jones, Dave Stewart, and Eric Canete.
Other influences include, in no particular order: Frank Frazetta, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Brom, Simon Bisley, Mitch Byrd, Didier Crisse, Juanjo Guarnido, Alessandro Barbucci, Jon Foster, Ashley Wood, Claire Wendling, Carlos Meglia, Cary Nord, Kurt Busiek, Roy Thomas, Tony DeZuniga, Paul Bonner, Brian Stelfreeze, D.M. Cornish, H.P. Lovecraft, Alphonse Mucha, Gil Elvgren, Norman Rockwell, Robert McGinnis and about a hundred others who have temporarily slipped his mind.
He hopes to one day own his own front lawn, so he can yell at those damn kids to get the hell off it.
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Welcome to Sunset City, a rustic western town where outlaws sling sorcery just as often as six shooters. This is the story Of Mirai Lain, a rookie sheriff sent to bring order to the town, and to investigate the murder of Sunset's previous sheriff.
Two friends doing anything possible to retain their sanity working in cubicles. Oh yeah...it takes place like a billion years in the future.
The exploits of a socially-conscious weapons sales-orc on the world of Chirna.
Can a monster really be a super hero?
A brilliant yet arrogant female PI returns from the grave to solve her own brutal murder. Pyschothriller noir.
Following the daily events of a young woman with the mind of a mentally challenged 5 year old and the dream to one day become a "real artist", Vice and Virtue celebrates stupidity in all its shades and shapes.
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