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Wednesday, April 01, 2015

Like a Fox

The third anthology from Chainsaw Comics is available now! These guys are awesome. I'm super fortunate to have been included in the previous books as well as this one. 


George Athanasiou (Smash Atom, Epic Canadiana 2) and I have partnered up to illuminate ... 
The Cons-Pear-Acy Theory.

It's always a blast working with George. He did an amazing job with the art and letters on this story. There's a lot more coming from the two of us in the near future. 

Sunday, March 29, 2015

A new story from Sam and I

Sam Agro and I have been working hard on a new story called Midnight Shooters.
Here are a couple of pages to look at...



Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The Queen of comiXology

Letters In the Sand

Killer Queen, A Comic Anthology: Letters in the Sand

Temperatures on Earth continue to rise, threatening all life, and humankind must send a team of astronaut scientists in search of a new planet to call home. Imagine you have to choose: live the remainder of your days with the family you love, or give them up for a chance to save them.

A father and son try to live with the consequences in "Letters in the Sand", inspired by the Queen song "39", the seventh story in KILLER QUEEN, A COMIC ANTHOLOGY inspired by the discography of Queen. Story by Dino Caruso; art by Matthew Walters. The PDF also features BONUS ART from Laura Guzzo and R. Robert Pollak!

Click here to get the story on comiXology.

Monday, March 23, 2015

Killer Review!

Here's a very nice review of Killer Queen!

Sunday, March 15, 2015

27 Cats Out of 27 Bags

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Make with the clicky to learn all about it!

Friday, February 20, 2015

Red Stylo, Queen, Letters In The Sand



Click here to check out my story for Red Stylo's Killer Queen anthology. I had a blast working with Matthew Walters on this.
Letters in the Sand digital

Saturday, February 14, 2015

A Blast From The Past

Here's a link to Crystal Fractal Comics. They've posted their inaugural issue, and some other stories, including one written by me, and illustrated by Daniel Panero.

Enjoy.