Announced at Heroes Con 2017, I’m working with fellow Sonic veteran Adam Bryce Thomas to bring you an wholly original comic series: Drongune. Stay tuned for more info later this year!
Sabrina the Teenage Witch tries to do something nice for Jughead, but it ends up creating a comedy of errors in which he’s the most desired bachelor in town. From new writing team Mark Waid (Archie) and Ian Flynn (Sonic the Hedgehog)!
Script: Mark Waid and Ian Flynn
Art: Derek Charm, Matt Herms and Jack Morelli
Jughead #15 CVR A Reg: Derek Charm
Jughead #15 CVR B Var: Sandy Jarrell
Jughead #15 CVR C Var: Marguerite Sauvage
On Sale Date: 5/17
32-page, full color comic
Just a quick couple of news bits!
First, I’ll be tabling at Toronto Comic Con again this year! This will be my first show for 2017, with Heroes Con being the only other one confirmed for now. Keep checking the BumbleKalendar for updates on times and table locations.
Also announced today is my second episode for Sonic Boom! Check your local listings on Saturday, Feb. 18th to see where and when it airs for you!
I’m proud to announce I’ll be writing Uncanny Valley High for Space Goat Publishing‘s Backpack Editions series. An excerpt from the announcement:
(January 31th, 2017 – Bellingham, WA) – Publisher Space Goat Productions has announced a new line of Backpack Edition comic books. Perfect-bound, at 9” x 6”, the graphic novels are small enough to fit in backpacks, messenger bags, and purses, while still being durable enough for travel. Perfect for readers on the go. Most books will be available digitally on Amazon and Comixology well in advance of physical publication.
Uncanny Valley High is about a high school in a (poorly rendered) computer simulation dealing with all of the glitchy hijinks that entails. Think Archie, if Archie was trapped in a broken video game. Written by Ian Flynn (Sonic the Hedgehog, Mega Man) and illustrated by Maddi Gonzalez (Munchkin, Fresh Romance).
“I can’t wait for folks to experience all the fun and funky stuff in Uncanny Valley High,” said series writer Ian Flynn, “It’s new territory for me, and it’s been a lot of fun to be involved with it!” Series illustrator Maddi Gonzalez said, “I’ve always loved stories based in reality but slightly off-kilter, so I’m ecstatic to work on a title like Uncanny Valley High.”
Check out the full press release for more details!