Proto Angie Bongiolatti - Part 2

(Part 1 Here)

More pages from an early draft of what became my new book. It’s possible that 2 or 3 long-time readers will recognize this material from a very early mini comic of mine called “Cabaret”, which while I was digging through old boxes last night, I remembered had once been an  Indie Spotlight Pick in WIZARD magazine. That was a big deal early “get” for me. Proto Angie Bongiolatti - Part 2

(Part 1 Here)

More pages from an early draft of what became my new book. It’s possible that 2 or 3 long-time readers will recognize this material from a very early mini comic of mine called “Cabaret”, which while I was digging through old boxes last night, I remembered had once been an  Indie Spotlight Pick in WIZARD magazine. That was a big deal early “get” for me. Proto Angie Bongiolatti - Part 2

(Part 1 Here)

More pages from an early draft of what became my new book. It’s possible that 2 or 3 long-time readers will recognize this material from a very early mini comic of mine called “Cabaret”, which while I was digging through old boxes last night, I remembered had once been an  Indie Spotlight Pick in WIZARD magazine. That was a big deal early “get” for me. Proto Angie Bongiolatti - Part 2

(Part 1 Here)

More pages from an early draft of what became my new book. It’s possible that 2 or 3 long-time readers will recognize this material from a very early mini comic of mine called “Cabaret”, which while I was digging through old boxes last night, I remembered had once been an  Indie Spotlight Pick in WIZARD magazine. That was a big deal early “get” for me. Proto Angie Bongiolatti - Part 2

(Part 1 Here)

More pages from an early draft of what became my new book. It’s possible that 2 or 3 long-time readers will recognize this material from a very early mini comic of mine called “Cabaret”, which while I was digging through old boxes last night, I remembered had once been an  Indie Spotlight Pick in WIZARD magazine. That was a big deal early “get” for me. Proto Angie Bongiolatti - Part 2

(Part 1 Here)

More pages from an early draft of what became my new book. It’s possible that 2 or 3 long-time readers will recognize this material from a very early mini comic of mine called “Cabaret”, which while I was digging through old boxes last night, I remembered had once been an  Indie Spotlight Pick in WIZARD magazine. That was a big deal early “get” for me. Proto Angie Bongiolatti - Part 2

(Part 1 Here)

More pages from an early draft of what became my new book. It’s possible that 2 or 3 long-time readers will recognize this material from a very early mini comic of mine called “Cabaret”, which while I was digging through old boxes last night, I remembered had once been an  Indie Spotlight Pick in WIZARD magazine. That was a big deal early “get” for me. Proto Angie Bongiolatti - Part 2

(Part 1 Here)

More pages from an early draft of what became my new book. It’s possible that 2 or 3 long-time readers will recognize this material from a very early mini comic of mine called “Cabaret”, which while I was digging through old boxes last night, I remembered had once been an  Indie Spotlight Pick in WIZARD magazine. That was a big deal early “get” for me.

Proto Angie Bongiolatti - Part 2

(Part 1 Here)

More pages from an early draft of what became my new book. It’s possible that 2 or 3 long-time readers will recognize this material from a very early mini comic of mine called “Cabaret”, which while I was digging through old boxes last night, I remembered had once been an Indie Spotlight Pick in WIZARD magazine. That was a big deal early “get” for me.

Proto-Angie Bongiolatti - part 1

Now that copies of my new book are dribbling out into the Real World, pages from this shelved comic might be of interest. They’re from an early draft of what eventually turned into Angie Bongiolatti. There are familiar characters, and plenty of situations and dialogue that I repurposed in the final story, but everything here is a little bit different. 

This is an excellent example of what’s been my primary working method for my last two projects, which is to dive into a story and make lots of lots of pages, and then when I realize what it is I really want to write about, scrapping the lot and starting again. (I discussed this at length with Dan Berry on his Make it Then Tell Everybody podcast, here)

I’ll be posting pages from this unseen draft all week, and on into next week too I expect, because there are quite a lot of them. Proto-Angie Bongiolatti - part 1

Now that copies of my new book are dribbling out into the Real World, pages from this shelved comic might be of interest. They’re from an early draft of what eventually turned into Angie Bongiolatti. There are familiar characters, and plenty of situations and dialogue that I repurposed in the final story, but everything here is a little bit different. 

This is an excellent example of what’s been my primary working method for my last two projects, which is to dive into a story and make lots of lots of pages, and then when I realize what it is I really want to write about, scrapping the lot and starting again. (I discussed this at length with Dan Berry on his Make it Then Tell Everybody podcast, here)

I’ll be posting pages from this unseen draft all week, and on into next week too I expect, because there are quite a lot of them. Proto-Angie Bongiolatti - part 1

Now that copies of my new book are dribbling out into the Real World, pages from this shelved comic might be of interest. They’re from an early draft of what eventually turned into Angie Bongiolatti. There are familiar characters, and plenty of situations and dialogue that I repurposed in the final story, but everything here is a little bit different. 

This is an excellent example of what’s been my primary working method for my last two projects, which is to dive into a story and make lots of lots of pages, and then when I realize what it is I really want to write about, scrapping the lot and starting again. (I discussed this at length with Dan Berry on his Make it Then Tell Everybody podcast, here)

I’ll be posting pages from this unseen draft all week, and on into next week too I expect, because there are quite a lot of them. Proto-Angie Bongiolatti - part 1

Now that copies of my new book are dribbling out into the Real World, pages from this shelved comic might be of interest. They’re from an early draft of what eventually turned into Angie Bongiolatti. There are familiar characters, and plenty of situations and dialogue that I repurposed in the final story, but everything here is a little bit different. 

This is an excellent example of what’s been my primary working method for my last two projects, which is to dive into a story and make lots of lots of pages, and then when I realize what it is I really want to write about, scrapping the lot and starting again. (I discussed this at length with Dan Berry on his Make it Then Tell Everybody podcast, here)

I’ll be posting pages from this unseen draft all week, and on into next week too I expect, because there are quite a lot of them. Proto-Angie Bongiolatti - part 1

Now that copies of my new book are dribbling out into the Real World, pages from this shelved comic might be of interest. They’re from an early draft of what eventually turned into Angie Bongiolatti. There are familiar characters, and plenty of situations and dialogue that I repurposed in the final story, but everything here is a little bit different. 

This is an excellent example of what’s been my primary working method for my last two projects, which is to dive into a story and make lots of lots of pages, and then when I realize what it is I really want to write about, scrapping the lot and starting again. (I discussed this at length with Dan Berry on his Make it Then Tell Everybody podcast, here)

I’ll be posting pages from this unseen draft all week, and on into next week too I expect, because there are quite a lot of them. Proto-Angie Bongiolatti - part 1

Now that copies of my new book are dribbling out into the Real World, pages from this shelved comic might be of interest. They’re from an early draft of what eventually turned into Angie Bongiolatti. There are familiar characters, and plenty of situations and dialogue that I repurposed in the final story, but everything here is a little bit different. 

This is an excellent example of what’s been my primary working method for my last two projects, which is to dive into a story and make lots of lots of pages, and then when I realize what it is I really want to write about, scrapping the lot and starting again. (I discussed this at length with Dan Berry on his Make it Then Tell Everybody podcast, here)

I’ll be posting pages from this unseen draft all week, and on into next week too I expect, because there are quite a lot of them. Proto-Angie Bongiolatti - part 1

Now that copies of my new book are dribbling out into the Real World, pages from this shelved comic might be of interest. They’re from an early draft of what eventually turned into Angie Bongiolatti. There are familiar characters, and plenty of situations and dialogue that I repurposed in the final story, but everything here is a little bit different. 

This is an excellent example of what’s been my primary working method for my last two projects, which is to dive into a story and make lots of lots of pages, and then when I realize what it is I really want to write about, scrapping the lot and starting again. (I discussed this at length with Dan Berry on his Make it Then Tell Everybody podcast, here)

I’ll be posting pages from this unseen draft all week, and on into next week too I expect, because there are quite a lot of them. Proto-Angie Bongiolatti - part 1

Now that copies of my new book are dribbling out into the Real World, pages from this shelved comic might be of interest. They’re from an early draft of what eventually turned into Angie Bongiolatti. There are familiar characters, and plenty of situations and dialogue that I repurposed in the final story, but everything here is a little bit different. 

This is an excellent example of what’s been my primary working method for my last two projects, which is to dive into a story and make lots of lots of pages, and then when I realize what it is I really want to write about, scrapping the lot and starting again. (I discussed this at length with Dan Berry on his Make it Then Tell Everybody podcast, here)

I’ll be posting pages from this unseen draft all week, and on into next week too I expect, because there are quite a lot of them. Proto-Angie Bongiolatti - part 1

Now that copies of my new book are dribbling out into the Real World, pages from this shelved comic might be of interest. They’re from an early draft of what eventually turned into Angie Bongiolatti. There are familiar characters, and plenty of situations and dialogue that I repurposed in the final story, but everything here is a little bit different. 

This is an excellent example of what’s been my primary working method for my last two projects, which is to dive into a story and make lots of lots of pages, and then when I realize what it is I really want to write about, scrapping the lot and starting again. (I discussed this at length with Dan Berry on his Make it Then Tell Everybody podcast, here)

I’ll be posting pages from this unseen draft all week, and on into next week too I expect, because there are quite a lot of them.

Proto-Angie Bongiolatti - part 1

Now that copies of my new book are dribbling out into the Real World, pages from this shelved comic might be of interest. They’re from an early draft of what eventually turned into Angie Bongiolatti. There are familiar characters, and plenty of situations and dialogue that I repurposed in the final story, but everything here is a little bit different.

This is an excellent example of what’s been my primary working method for my last two projects, which is to dive into a story and make lots of lots of pages, and then when I realize what it is I really want to write about, scrapping the lot and starting again. (I discussed this at length with Dan Berry on his Make it Then Tell Everybody podcast, here)

I’ll be posting pages from this unseen draft all week, and on into next week too I expect, because there are quite a lot of them.

mikedawwwson:

The War of the Worlds starring Tom Cruise

A colossal downer of a comic, I know… apologies in advance mikedawwwson:

The War of the Worlds starring Tom Cruise

A colossal downer of a comic, I know… apologies in advance mikedawwwson:

The War of the Worlds starring Tom Cruise

A colossal downer of a comic, I know… apologies in advance mikedawwwson:

The War of the Worlds starring Tom Cruise

A colossal downer of a comic, I know… apologies in advance mikedawwwson:

The War of the Worlds starring Tom Cruise

A colossal downer of a comic, I know… apologies in advance mikedawwwson:

The War of the Worlds starring Tom Cruise

A colossal downer of a comic, I know… apologies in advance mikedawwwson:

The War of the Worlds starring Tom Cruise

A colossal downer of a comic, I know… apologies in advance mikedawwwson:

The War of the Worlds starring Tom Cruise

A colossal downer of a comic, I know… apologies in advance mikedawwwson:

The War of the Worlds starring Tom Cruise

A colossal downer of a comic, I know… apologies in advance mikedawwwson:

The War of the Worlds starring Tom Cruise

A colossal downer of a comic, I know… apologies in advance

mikedawwwson:

The War of the Worlds starring Tom Cruise

A colossal downer of a comic, I know… apologies in advance

(via iknitsocks)

A short excerpt from Angie Bongiolatti: Jon and Deb watching George W. Bush’s 2002 State of the Union speech. A short excerpt from Angie Bongiolatti: Jon and Deb watching George W. Bush’s 2002 State of the Union speech. A short excerpt from Angie Bongiolatti: Jon and Deb watching George W. Bush’s 2002 State of the Union speech. A short excerpt from Angie Bongiolatti: Jon and Deb watching George W. Bush’s 2002 State of the Union speech. A short excerpt from Angie Bongiolatti: Jon and Deb watching George W. Bush’s 2002 State of the Union speech. A short excerpt from Angie Bongiolatti: Jon and Deb watching George W. Bush’s 2002 State of the Union speech.

A short excerpt from Angie Bongiolatti: Jon and Deb watching George W. Bush’s 2002 State of the Union speech.

Arthur Koestler’s “Memoirs of a Tightrope Walker”, from The God That Failed.

An adaptation of a portion of this 1950 essay runs throughout my new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti. Above is the seven page sequence that opens the book. Arthur Koestler’s “Memoirs of a Tightrope Walker”, from The God That Failed.

An adaptation of a portion of this 1950 essay runs throughout my new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti. Above is the seven page sequence that opens the book. Arthur Koestler’s “Memoirs of a Tightrope Walker”, from The God That Failed.

An adaptation of a portion of this 1950 essay runs throughout my new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti. Above is the seven page sequence that opens the book. Arthur Koestler’s “Memoirs of a Tightrope Walker”, from The God That Failed.

An adaptation of a portion of this 1950 essay runs throughout my new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti. Above is the seven page sequence that opens the book. Arthur Koestler’s “Memoirs of a Tightrope Walker”, from The God That Failed.

An adaptation of a portion of this 1950 essay runs throughout my new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti. Above is the seven page sequence that opens the book. Arthur Koestler’s “Memoirs of a Tightrope Walker”, from The God That Failed.

An adaptation of a portion of this 1950 essay runs throughout my new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti. Above is the seven page sequence that opens the book. Arthur Koestler’s “Memoirs of a Tightrope Walker”, from The God That Failed.

An adaptation of a portion of this 1950 essay runs throughout my new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti. Above is the seven page sequence that opens the book.

Arthur Koestler’s “Memoirs of a Tightrope Walker”, from The God That Failed.

An adaptation of a portion of this 1950 essay runs throughout my new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti. Above is the seven page sequence that opens the book.

Me and @iknowashortcut and friend

Protest march page, circa 2002

A page from a comic I drew a long time ago, which was partially the basis for my new book.

I showed my daughter how to make mini-comics of her My Little Pony fan-fiction stories. These might be available at next weekend’s Asbury Park Comic con…