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On July 6th, 1988 I got a large manila envelope in the mail. Inside were 14 minicomics and one full zine. The name in the return address was Bill Ehmann Jr. Bill had seen some fliers I’d put up around … Continue reading
This is the last of my submissions to All Cover Comics. I submitted illustrations and cartoons to other High School Comics publications. Those will show up on these pages sooner or later. I’m also working on an interview with Bob … Continue reading
Finally, we have Zipperhead, the friendly neighborhood serial killer. Of all the ACC characters, only Zipperhead had any life beyond these submissions. It wasn’t a public life. As far as I can remember he never saw print anywhere else. He … Continue reading
I haven’t included any comments with these Steffi covers. What’s there to say? Steffi speaks for herself.
I called my minicomics publishing company Obscure Komix. I published three series: Cheap Thrills: an anthology of short horror stories The Highly Unlikely Adventures of Moe and Detritus: featuring the exploits of a couple of punks named (surprise!) Moe and … Continue reading
For about two years, from 1988 to 1990, I published a series of minicomics, 19 in all. I sold, traded and gave them away to friends, acquaintances, and folks all over the country. I also contributed illustrations to other minicomics … Continue reading