Here’s the strip that started it all: “Camille Paglia” is a report on a talk that she gave at the University of Chicago in 1994, and was the first journalistic/researched nonfiction piece I ever did.
A report on the 1995 Godzilla Con in suburban Chicago, first published in the NewCity (Chicago). Featuring Very Special Guest Alex Wald!
Hot on the heels of six years of reading hundreds of American comics every year for the Best American Comics, I’ve agreed to do the same (much smaller volume, but IN FRENCH) as a member of the Grand Jury of the Compétition Officielle of the Festival International de la Bande Dessinée, to be held […]
This capoeira strip ran in Pulse! Magazine. It’s one of the few collaborative comics Matt and I have ever done.
Drawings from a Kickstarter in 2011—costumed figure drawings to prep to jump back into drawing comics: my sci-fi series Trish Trash: Rollergirl of Mars
This litho was reprinted in chopped-up bits in Mirror, Window, but is actually one continuous strip. (like this:)
Carla arrives in Mexico for the first time.
Carla and Memo have it out, over Frida Kahlo, of all things.
“She puts the ‘arty’ in ‘party’! She’s Artbabe!” One of the only stories to ever actually use Artbabe as a character. (She was mostly a spokesmodel for the covers of the series.)