SF #2 is about a boy who’s getting better at becoming a scientist and a fighter but he is lonely and the road is dangerous and he has a long way to go and he’s far away from home.
SF #1 is the new space adventure series starring scientists who will fight for Earth, and a boy who joins a galactic war for personal reasons.
SF Supplementary File #1
SF Supplementary File #1 is a coming-of-age tale about Gorum, the rugged outdoorsman of the Space Fleet Scientific Foundation Special Forces. Where is he from? How did he become so tough and rugged? What is his dark past?.
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Read this entire issue online!
SF Supplementary File #2
108 pages in 3 parts, 11×17cm, multicolor risograph limited edition.
SF Supplementary File #2 is a hand-drawn, hand-written reproduction from Matsumoto Leiji’s 1979 Queen Emeraldas.
I am so sorry – part B is sold out, so you can’t buy a set. Buy A and C here.
Two Eyes of the Beautiful II
The grotesque horror manga based on Umezu Kazuo’s “Blood Baptism” is back – this time with more bang for your buck. Longer story, better pictures, more twists and more twisted than you can guess. Just BUY it.
Closed Caption Comics strikes again! This was a long time coming and it’s a heavy volume. Not a page wasted, all colossal comic content.
I’ve got a few sample pages from my story here.
Weird Schmeird 2
Edition of 130. Xeroxed pages, screen printed and lasercut toys on USPS chipboard, screenprinted plastic wrap, 32 pages, 8.5“x5.5”
This is a 36-page collection of stories and drawings, made around the world. Wrapped in plastic with 6 handmade snap-together toys, in the spirit of physical mail delivery systems, this book will keep your hands and eyes off the computer for hours.
Two Eyes of the Beautiful
A nightmare manga that’s ABOUT beautiful women, made FOR beautiful women, and drawn BY a normal person. I take it all back — this story is SICK, GROTESQUE, and ONLY for the BRAVE (and also the beautiful).
Conversations in Your Neighborhood
Kind of a book toy thing that you manipulate to compose cute couples. Weird shmeird. Printed and packaged in a variety of color combinations.
Picnic at Tough Beach
$5: SOLD OUT
Sweaty bods, working out. Ethereal musclemen develop their bodies and minds. Based on Peter Weir’s Picnic at Hanging Rock. This is an old comic I drew in 2007 but I think it’s still quite good.
Review: Size Matters
Un Petit Carnet
I drew and took notes on a trip to a Hiroshima, where I saw the Peace Park, a Sake Festival, and the floating tori at Miyagima.