Wednesday, October 23, 2013


Please Join me at the opening this Saturday October 26th at Cre8ery Gallery for a fun-filled evening of comic book mayhem. I will be exhibiting some of my recent comic strips from my Meanwhile... series which will also include some oversized art panels. There are many talented artists in this show who will stretch and twist your imagination into the PoP Comic Book Culture. You can find more info here at Cre8ery .  This is the third installment of BLAM curated by Justin Waterman.

Featuring Artists: Kari-Ann Anderson, Colin Bell, Mark Humphrey, Donovan Yaciuck,
Evan Quiring, Justin Waterman, Victoria Free, Nicholas Burns, Justin Shauf,
Nick Iskierski, Michael Joyal, Robert Pasternak, Chech Abstract
Make up: John R. Izzard

 Poster art by Evan Quiring

Meanwhile... No.7 - 2013 - R.Pasternak

Detail from Justin Waterman's BLAM painting from first Blam Exhibit

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Mini Comics Treasury


This volume collects a sampling of complete mini comic issues from 1969 to the present from about 50 artists.
To order your copy check out the Amazon listing here
or visit your nearest book seller or favorite comic shop.

Michael Dowers, Editor
Published by Fantagraphics
848 pages
Black & white throughout with 68 pages in color.
5 in. x 6.5 in. x 1.5 in.

One of my Mini Comics is published in this mini ginormous bible brick of a book.

Pages from Acid Man Society #9, 1989 by Robert Pasternak

Pages from Pink Slip, 1992 by John Porcellino

Pages from Wurst Funies,1986 by Brad Johnson

Pages from Year In A Cone, 1991 by Billy Mavreas

The first of two volumes collecting mini comics from the 1960s till the present, created by pioneers and champions of the form.
Fantagraphics’ 2010 NEWAVE! The Underground Mini Comix of the 1980s was such an unexpected hit that it inspired this first of a two-volume set chronicling the art of the mini-comic from the late 1960s to present—The Treasury of Mini ComicsThe Treasury of Mini Comics charts the evolution of the art of mini comics over four decades of deliberate cartoon rebellion. This volume will reproduce some of the best mini comics ever produced by some of the most creative DIY creators in the world (many of whom, of course, have gone on to become familiar names among contemporary comics connoisseurs): Leonard Rifas, Justin Green, Gary Arlington, Jim Siergey, Larry Rippee, Richard Krauss, Bob Vojtko, Par Holman & Clark Dissmeyer, Matt Feazell, Matt Howarth, Steve Willis, Ronald Russell Roach, Edd Vick, Bruce Chrislip, Brad Johnson, Tim Corrigan, Macedonio Garcia, David Miller, Colin Upton, Robert Pasternak, David Lee Ingersoll, Roberta Gregory, John Porcellino, Dylan Williams, Eric Reynolds, Molly Keily, Blair Wilson, Jim Blanchard, Chris Cilla, David Lasky & Jim Woodring, Marc Bell, Ron Rege Jr., Leela Corman, David Heatley, Laura Wady, Fiona Smyth, Karl Wills, Onsmith, Travis Millard, Mark Campos, Nate Beaty, Peter Thompson, Carrie McNinch, Mark Todd, Esther Pearl Watson, Andy Singer, Noah Van Sciver, Kelly Froh, Aaron Norhanian, Max Clotfelter, and Marc J. Palm.