News cover for the book “The Big Blow” by Joe R. Lansdale. Published by Pandi Press.


New internal illustration.


New piece.


New watercolor piece!


Dreams from the Witch House: Female Voices of Lovecraftian Horror Indiegogo Campaign in its final week at:

Featuring authors Joyce Carol Oates, Caitlín R. Kiernan, Lois Gresh, Gemma Files, Nancy Kilpatrick, Elizabeth Bear, Storm Constantine and others accompanied by my artworks, Dreams from the Witch House: Female Voices of Lovecraftian Horror is a representation of some of the finest cosmic horror and weird fiction from female authors in the field today.

















Thanks to my wife.


Hello friends, I am deeply happy to inform you that the graphic novel I TELL YOU IT’S LOVE by Joe Lansdale and me is now available from:

SST Publications


and other places.


We’re so thrilled to announce that pre-order page for I TELL YOU IT’S LOVE by Joe Lansdale and Daniele Serra is now available here:

The book will be officially published on November 24th but you can pre-order a signed copy direct from SST now and we will ship it out as soon as we have them in stock.

Adobe Photoshop PDF

Yes. New illustration watercolor. Print available.


FADE TO BLACK is back, in a gorgeous hardcover collected edition. Preorder now. And if you order directly from SST Publications, you get one that’s signed by me and the great Jeff Mariotte.

“Fade to Black is a fun and gruesome story with a wicked sense of humor that will have you laughing while you cringe.”
—Ray Garton

“A smart, swift and fresh new take on a trope too many writers get wrong. Strong and thoughtful characters and story.”—Ed Gorman

“What [Fade to Black] is, however, is the darkest and most delicious kind of comic book fun. It’s EC Comics brought into the 21st Century and given a sophisticated spin. It’s midnight movie madness that unfolds in the stark brightness of a desert sun—and let me tell you, it’s damn hard to scare readers when the lights are all the way on. This one manages to do just that.”
—from the Introduction by Jonathan Maberry