Sunday, October 25, 2009


Dear Apple

I want an iTablet... please make one, but could you?

• Make it about 8X10

• give me the option of a pressure sensitive pen (like my wacom)
• have it run OS X or talk Adobe into porting a Photoshop 3.5ish PSD or so onto the iphone OS
• give me a USB or some type of input for card readers (I will us COMPACT FLAST FOR A WHILE YET)

the rest is pretty obvious.. give it everything that the iPhone already has. Wifi, camera, 3G etc...

ok.. I'm ready, lets say about $500-700 (depend on the photoshop thing if I would pay $700)

...ok, ready... come on

Sunday, October 18, 2009

JSA#35 Solicitations out

JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #35 Written by Bill Willingham Art by Travis Moore & Dan Green Cover by Jesus Merino It’s all-out war as the leaner, meaner Justice Society of America confront another intruder in their midst! But this time it’s bad news for their enemy, as he’s facing a team that has learned from its past mistakes! The new incarnation of the Justice Society is more together than ever! On sale January 27 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US

Friday, October 02, 2009

The Ill List 6

Greg Edwards asked me to do the Ill List poster graphic again this year.. and I was happy to do it. Here's my Illustration laid out by Julie Edwards.

Here's the info if your in or around Modesto CA

The ILL LIST 6: A Poetry Slam Invitational, the most prestigious and highly anticipated spoken word event in the Central Valley is back! This event will feature eight nationally renowned spoken word artists, many of whom have previously appeared on HBO's Def Poetry Jam. Through three rounds of original poetry, poets will match metaphors and battle rhyme for rhyme in their quest for $1,500 in cash prizes! Randomly selected judges from the audience, using Olympic-style scorecards, will award points to poets based on the strength of their poems and the quality of their performance. Audience members are strongly encouraged to root for their favorite poems as cuts will be made after every round. Cheering, yelling, booing, hissing, whistling, and good-natured heckling are welcome and expected. This is a free-speech event.

Admission to this world-class literary boxing match is $15 for general reserved, $22.50 for middle reserved or $30 for premium reserved seating. For more information, please visit