Sunday, November 14, 2010

My interview at All Pulp

The kind folks of All Pulp, a site devoted to covering all news concerning pulp fiction, its authors and events, have done an interview with me which is now available here. It includes a small art gallery of my work, including some old pieces which were only available at my now-defunct original site.
Check it out!

Saturday, May 15, 2010

A new comic series

Starting next week, I'll be uploading a new ongoing comic series right here on my blog. Every Saturday, a new color page for the next year or so.

It's been a while since my previous comic ended and I should note that this will be a new story with new characters in a new world, no relation at all with my previous comic series, which, btw, you can check out in its entirety at

I hope you'll join me and share your thoughts, questions and comments as the work progresses. As far as the work itself goes, the only thing I can promise you is that it will be... different.

Don't forget to check out the blog regularly every Saturday or, better yet, subscribe it and get it on your own mail.

Saturday, May 01, 2010

Pulp Factory Awards 2009 - And the awards go to...

The First Annual Pulp Factory Award winners are:

Best pulp novel: The Satan Factory by Thomas E. Sniegoski
Best pulp short story: The Adventure of the Locked Room by Andrew Salmon
Best pulp cover: Mark Maddox for Sherlock Holmes vol 1
Best pulp interior illustrations: Rob Davis for Sherlock Holmes vol 1

Congratulations to all nominees and winners!!

Saturday, April 24, 2010

The Landon Cartooning

What do Carl Barks, Sid Couchey, Milton Caniff, Jack Cole, Roy Crane, Floyd Gottfredson, Bill Holman, Bill Mauldin, Chic Young and V. T. Hamlin have in common?

Saturday, April 17, 2010


The latest book I've done illustrations for is now on sale.

Airship 27 Productions and Cornerstone Book Publishers roll out their second volume starring the hero who is half-Irish, half-Comanche and All-American. Classic pulp hero, Jim Anthony; Super Detective returns in a brand new novel in two parts that pits him against all kinds of strange and legendary beasts. And in both cases he is accompanied by fanatical hunter, Russian Count Zaroff from the classic short story, The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell.

In part one, Death In Yellow, by Joshua Reynolds, Anthony and Zaroff square off against a group of savage Tibetan Yetis loose in the steel canyons of Manhattan. Why these creatures are here and who is behind their murderous rampage is a classic mystery that challenges the one and only Super Detective. Then in part two, On The Periphery of Legend, by Micah S. Harris, Anthony reluctantly accompanies the mad Russian on an expedition to a lost island in the South Pacific where dinosaurs still roam. But that’s not the most dangerous game in those time lost jungles.

Here are two amazing tales woven together into a classic pulp adventure that will test the mettle of our hero and his loyal companions! Airship 27 Productions is thrilled to present JIM ANTHONY – SUPER DETECTIVE Vol. Two – THE HUNTERS! Features interior illustrations by Pedro Cruz and a stunning cover by Chris Sears.

You can buy it online here.

ISBN: 1-934935-70-0
ISBN 13: 978-1-934935-70-5
Produced by Airship 27
Published by Cornerstone Book Publishers

Saturday, March 13, 2010

a bit more Toppi

A final batch of pics from Sergio Toppi's exhibition on Ângouleme back in 2008. Enjoy!

Saturday, March 06, 2010

More Sergio Toppi

More photos from the Sergio Toppi's exhibition on Ângouleme back in 2008. Enjoy!

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Sergio Toppi

Taking a cue from my previous post, here are a few photos taken of original artwork by italian master illustrator Sergio Toppi, who had a whole exhibition for himself back in 2008 at Ângouleme. Gorgeous drawings!

Saturday, February 20, 2010

More Hugo Pratt

Back in January 2008, we were lucky enough to visit the french city of Angoulême for its Annual Bande-Dessinée Festival. It was a once in a lifetime experience to witness a whole city transfigured by the imaginary of comics. There were some aspects of the overall event that I found less bright, particularly for a foreigner's first time, but I'd say that all in all it was quite positive and enlightening as an experience - it certainly made me understand the whole comics/bande-dessinée/manga world as an even more commercial enterprise than what I'd already suspected. On the other hand, there was the unique opportunity of seeing original artwork and pages at expos spreadout through town. I was particularly impressed with a couple of delightful pieces by the great late Hugo Pratt, which I now present here. Naturally the photos don't do it justice, but I think it's still worth sharing. Enjoy!

Tuesday, February 02, 2010

2009 Pulp Factory Awards

My dear editor and friend Ron Fortier of Airship 27 just told me my work on Jim Anthony Super-Detective volume 1 got nominated for the final ballot of the 2009 Pulp Factory Awards for Best Pulp Interior Illustrations. To celebrate, here's a couple of my illos from the book. Cheers!