Captain Action Interview

Captain Action is one of my favorite toy lines from the 60’s. The idea behind it was brilliant. Buy just one figure and have infinite adventures by dressing him up as your favorite hero. The toy was Ideal Toy Company’s answer to G.I. Joe, and for those of us with …

Another day, another Dalek

Adding to my photographic collection of Daleks is this WWII war Dalek. If you can believe the sign, it’s one of the Daleks uses on the show. It was sitting next to the actor who played Winston Churchill in the Doctor Who series. Oddly, I was more interested in the …

At New York ComicCon

Having a great time at NYCC. Was at the DC party last night, chatting up this guy, talking writing, only to discover it is Greg Rucka, one of my favorite DC writers. Was so glad I didn’t say anything really stupid. Lots of very cool toys for the kiddies this …

Alganon on Comixology

The Alganon comic I wrote as a give away item for SDCC has been released as a free digital download on both Comixology and the DC Comics apps. DC did an outstanding job with the transfer and the guided panel view is really fun. If you haven’t downloaded the apps, …

Return of Resident Evil

The first comic series I wrote was Resident Evil. I think it ultimately took almost 2 years for the 6 issues to come out. DC and Capcom had planned a trade paperback but with all the delays I sort of assumed it was a dead as the BOWs of RE. …

San Diego ComicCon 2011

Another year, another great ComicCon. I’m always a little depressed when I leave San Diego. I have a bunch of friends I only get to see once a year – at SDCC. Most of whom are working a lot more than me at the show so I don’t get to …