VanCAF 2017 is Here!

It's time, once again, for everyone's favorite West Coast Canadian Comic Arts Festival: VanCAF! Yes indeed, I'll be appearing at the Roundhouse Community Center in Vancouver, B.C. this weekend from 10am to 5pm (both days). You can find the Bellwood Comics Empire at Table I2 in the Gymnasium. I'll have a bunch of Baggywrinkles books, Life … Continue reading VanCAF 2017 is Here!



So. Wow. TCAF and VanCAF. Holy cannoli what an amazing couple of shows. Sold out of basically everything, met a ton of new fans and familiar faces, moderated my first panel, hung out with some incredible creators, ate delicious food, and just generally dissolved in a giant pool of happiness and gratitude that I get … Continue reading TCAF/VanCAF Recap

VanCAF This Weekend!

Hey Vancouver! I'm headed back to Canada this weekend for VanCAF, which means more fun with Canadian pals and more chances for you come see some awesome cartoonists conveniently gathered under one roof FO' FREE! You can find me at Table E7 in the Roundhouse Community Centre in Yaletown on Saturday (10am - 6pm) and … Continue reading VanCAF This Weekend!

VanCAF This Weekend!

Get ready, Canada. There's a wave of fabulous Portlanders headed your way this weekend for the impeccable show that is VanCAF! I had an incredible time at this show last year, so I'm really excited to be heading up again to celebrate with all my Canadian comics buddies. I hope you'll join us! That this … Continue reading VanCAF This Weekend!

Waterlogged: Tales from the Seventh Sea

Really exciting news this week: Waterlogged, the 200-page anthology of nautical comics I contributed to last year, is finally going to print! If you read this blog, I assume you share some of my enthusiasm for all things oceanic, so this is probably the collection for you. The stories cover everything from pirates and sailors … Continue reading Waterlogged: Tales from the Seventh Sea

Vancouver Maritime Museum Installation

Some of you may recall I was doing some illustration work for the Vancouver Maritime Museum last month. Their Art of the Sailor exhibit opened this week, and Alina Anghel (of the Vancouver Trolley Company Blog) was kind enough to snap a photo of my giant poster on the wall!  The exhibit runs through October, so … Continue reading Vancouver Maritime Museum Installation