Temporary is a comic about the joys and horrors (mostly horrors) of being a temporary worker.
I Am A Racist
I Am A Racist (And So Can You!) is a short meditation on the state of race in the United States today. And what it’s like to have a little Klansman inside of you. Kind of painful.
Freedman was serialized in 23 parts on this site throughout 2011. Freedman is a story of revenge, slavery, race, and the people history has forgotten. Or, in more bombastic terms:
At the end of the Civil War, four million people were freed from chains of bondage. One of these newly freed men, Charlie Moses, wanders the Texas countryside as he tries to right an injustice from his past. But is vengeance all there is? What does it truly mean to be free?
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Transit is a story of being in your 20s in the city, somewhat lost, and yet not totally alone. It’s a story of transitioning from one era of your life to another. And it’s a story of the connections between people that sometimes keep us alive. This is the first part of a three-part story, which I hope to return to someday.
You Don’t Know Much About Jesus
Bruce Lee fights Jesus Christ. I’m not sure what else I need to tell you.
I did an anthology with some of my friends in the Tapir Tooth comics collective. Read this if you’re curious about the dangers of googling yourself...
Eight Days Until Election Day
In the run-up to the 2008 presidential election, I found myself racked with anxiety and obsessively following the news. Watch as I slowly go insane in 9 panels...
So I thought it’d be really cool to do a comic that mashed up a bunch of my interests, including kung-fu and the history of New York City’s Chinatown. This turned out to be harder than I had expected. In the interests of I’m too lazy to take this down, have a look at one of my failures.