Skin Horse (ongoing)
Somewhere in this great nation is a top-secret government agency dedicated to aiding America's nonhuman citizenry, but on a very tight budget. Daily comic strip cowritten by Jeffrey Channing Wells and me, drawn by me.
Monster of the Week (ongoing)
I recap every episode of The X-Files in twelve-panel form. Because it's fun, that's why.
Li'l Mell (on hiatus)
Wee tiny children engaged in wee tiny adorable adventures. A semi-spinoff of Narbonic. Weekly comic written by me and drawn by various artists.
Smithson (on hiatus)
Smithson College has a campus superhero, an a capella group that dabbles in black magic, the Nonconformist Chair Movement, and a pretty solid art department. Weekly comic written by me and drawn by Brian Moore, with additional art by Roger Langridge. Currently on hiatus, but there's a big archive--go read!
Mad science in the workplace. Daily comic strip written and drawn by me. Originally ran from 2000 to 2006; now rerunning with Director's Cut commentary.
Bums, anarchists, swamis, and elephants face off against a feckless rapper king. Daily comic written by me and drawn by Tom Hart. Originally ran in 2001.
Short story published in Escape Pod, January 2013. Podcast available.
"He Could Be Ambrose Bierce"
Short story published in Daily Science Fiction, December 2012.
"Colorless Green Ideas"
Short story published in James Gunn's Ad Astra, July 2012.
"Librarians in the Branch Library of Babel"
Short story published in Strange Horizons, October 2011.
"The All-Night Truck Stop Polka Band"
Short story published in Strange Horizons, June 2011.
"Prison Knife Fight"
Podcast available at machineofdeath.net
Short story published in Machine of Death: A Collection of Stories About People Who Know They Will Die, 2010.
No One Knows You're a Dog
My monthly column for The Comics Journal.
I'm an editor and manga reviewer for this print magazine.
All the Comics in the World
Archive of my column for Comixology.com.
Click Here to see samples of my artwork.
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