Wednesday, December 21, 2011


Thats right folks, the website for my latest series UNMASKED is up and running. Check it out and kill an hour or three. There is plenty of content to look through. From a free preview of issue 1 to trailers, character and creator bios to pin ups and character designs, you can kill off a lot of time behind that cubicle waiting for the workday to end. So enjoy!

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Changing it up a bit...

Thought I'd try something new for this post. Its simple, here is a group of celebrities that just absolutely do it for me. I think they are amongst the most beautiful people on the planet. Nuff said! Who are your favorites?

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Wednesday, November 02, 2011


Back in 2005 my first published work was released. Working with famed writer/creator Billy Tucci (Shi, Sgt Rock, A Child is Born) we put out a 48 page one shot about a Long Island delivery boy trying to cope with being a teen, who is suddenly  thrust into the beginnings of a zombie apocalypse. It was the story of how Jim became the Zombie Sama!

A handful of years have passed. I have published two more series since then and a few shorts, Billy has reached even greater heights. However, I never forgot about that first project. Something about that story has just stuck with me over the years. Maybe its Jim's moral compass, the fact that he should be a jerk to everyone around him but instead selflessly helps those that don't really deserve it. Maybe its his love for a girl that has all but given up on him. Most likely its the fact that he proves that the bully, in the face of real danger, is a coward and the little man is the one who will step up to the plate and save the day.

Either way, for the past 6 years I have been planning Jim's comeback. If all goes well Zombie Sama will return, uncut and remastered. The interior art will be completely re-done by yours truly and the script by Tucci told the way Billy wanted to from the start. New art, new material. And if that goes well, we have plans for at least two more story arcs after. So, contact myself (on here or on Facebook) and contact Billy on FB as well and let us know what you think about a the return of Zombie Sama!

Also- Get your order in for Billy Tucci's "A Child is Born" from Apostle Arts, LLC. It's his best work yet and is sure to be a  Classic in years to come!

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

NYCC '11!!!!!

Ok, where to begin, where to begin. NYCC 2011 was out of control. Great, great show, fantastic weekend. Just heard that it drew a crowd of @ 105,000 over the course of 4 days which is tremendous! To say this is my favorite show is putting it lightly. This is my hometown and I enjoy being a part of one of the biggest comic conventions in the world right in the heart of this city. NY is the birthplace of comics so it deserves to have one of the best shows out there. I want to thank every single person that stopped by the booth to get a sketch, a print, a book or just to take a gander at my work and chat. It was great meeting all of you! My newest project, with writer Michael Sarrao, UNMASKED had a huuuge response from fans. They were literally stomping their feet and huffing and puffing when we told them that the book wasn't for sale yet. Don't fret everyone, it will be out early next year! The costumes were, as usual, beyond words and so much fun to behold. And to my fellow artists, old friends and new, it is a great pleasure of mine to be a part of this world with all of you! Enough of the sentimental, on to the visual. Here are some pics of sketches I did as well as a few costumed fans and our table in Artist Alley. ENJOY!

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Tuesday, September 20, 2011


Hey everyone. Here is a peek at some original art from my latest projects. I currently wrapped up a 6 page mini trailer for my good friend Rob Reilly's grindhouse-esque series A.K.A. The trailer was written, exceptionally well as always, by Mice Templar and Thor: Frst Thunder scribe Bryan JL Glass. Also in this batch are some pages from the 24 page Atomic Robo short I am currently working on (only 4 pages left until that wraps as well) which will be presented in an anthology series by Red 5 Comics. The Robo short is written by the ever hilarious and all kinds of awesome Robo creator Brian Clevinger! Take a look!