Oathbound: Bound to Succeed!

“In Oathbound, epic fantasy and spaghetti western collide in a story of love, loss, family, and redemption.” Having known about this project (and seen the beautiful promotional artwork) before I was approached to join the creative team as the book’s editor…it was an easy decision to say ‘yes.’ I was only more impressed once I’d […]

EFJI’s: Ask The Antichrist, Part 1

Just in time for the Holiday’s…erm…I mean Christmas (Yeshua would rip my throat out for that little mistake. Luckily, he doesn’t have use of the internet very often), we have the very first installment of The Blood Shed‘s new Escape From Jesus Island inspired series “Ask the Antichrist!” A little teaser: Dear Antichrist: Why do […]

Review Of Koevari’s ‘Prophecies Awakening’ & Launch Of The Comic Series!

This is my first official ‘review’ of a written work on my blog. It’s something I’ve considered for a long time. Do I stay within the visual arts medium solely, or push into new areas of art and creativity? It was this idea, creativity (and my new focus in Story and Comic editing), that convinced […]

EFJI: Glum’s Mystery Cover New Contest!

To help defray the cost of a much-needed upgrade to EFJI‘s artist Mortimer Glum equipment, we gave him free reign to create a cover, any cover he wanted. We published only 50 of these limited-edition books. This is what came from it. That horrific image has only been seen (and can never be unseen) by […]

Indie Comic Roundup #4: Sons of God and Job Dun, Fat Assassin!

So, it’s been a while (way too fucking long is a more accurate description) since the last Indie Comic Roundup. I’ve been a pretty busy guy these last couple months. The Escape From Jesus Island crew has recovered from its technical disaster (which cost us close to 6 months of production time) and production of […]

Featured Artist: Judas Breed Writer Ken Brown!

As a part of the indie publishing and indie comic scene, I’ve seen the (oftentimes much too bitter) argument, “Which is more important? Writer or Artist.” As an Editor, I find it a really stupid argument. Both writers and artists (and colorists, letterers and editors for that matter…but we’ll tackle that at a later date) […]