In these tough times

I'm just trying to keep things rolling and going about life as normally as I can.In that vein, here's an interview with tattoo artist Roey Pentagram. From Tel Aviv. He was at the Detroit convention, and I managed to...

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My art over the past 26 years

Since we are all trapped at home and probably spending way too much time on the computer, I thought it might be interesting if I put together a retrospective of my illustration, starting with my first serious comic attempt...

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The Witcher

My ultimate recommendation would be Locke & Key, but in these trying times everyone probably needs more to check out. In that case, The Witcher is a good option. More fantasy and less complex politics than Game of...

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I finally saw John Wick 3

I finally saw John Wick 3, and I have to say, it's pretty good.Not as good as the first, although that would be pretty difficult, but better than part 2 (which wasn't bad), and actually felt more kinetic....

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I talk with tattoo legend Jay Wheeler!

Trying to keep on top and remain relevant as we enter the apocalypse, this is an interview I did with Jay Wheeler https://tattmag.com/jay-wheeler/

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Netflix all day!

Looking for a new series to bide the time while we wade through the apocalypse?Check out Locke & Key.Based off a graphic novel series written by Joe Hill (Steven King's son) and illustrated by the very talented Gabriel...

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Little talk with Mark Blanchard

about his Last Rights and his tattoo career so far! https://tattmag.com/mark-blanchard/

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Back from the Dead!

Back in print after a brief hiatus, and bigger than ever, is the new issue of Splatterpunk! With a cover by your's truly. I used Paul and Michael from the shop as models by the way...I think it...

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Indecision t-shirt art!

I did this cartoon for the t-shirt sold by the band Indecision on the tour for their album "Release the Cure". It's based on a real action by our government. They went into a minority neighborhood (in California I...

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The Downfall of Captain America

My last submission to Marvel comics, this was in about 1996 when I submitted to a round of comic companies (something i had been doing for years). Kitchen Sink liked my work and wanted to publish me but...

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