Oct 14, 2016

FREE COMICS FRIDAY: The Shadow People Are Here: Part 2

Early this month, the Riverside Art Museum hosted a small book release and signing for my new book: The Shadow People Are Here. I'm serializing this online so if you'd like the whole story collected it will be available at the museum, anytime you see me at a convention, and online very soon! Here's Part 2 that was posted earlier this month for Free Comics Friday:

Sep 13, 2016

The Shadow People Are Here @ The Riverside Art Museum

October 2016 will be a very exciting month, everyone. For those of you who have attended an art show or seen me at a convention, you may be familiar with my augmented reality comics and characters: The Shadow People. Next month, they get a new book. Next month, the Shadow People will infest the Riverside Art Museum. Next month, there will be a book release and a signing. And THIS month, the Shadow People are online! Let's lay down the details after this preview of the first part of my latest book: The Shadow People Are Here:

Jul 1, 2016


Today's Free Comics Friday celebrates Dark Mouse and the fact that I was itching to draw something fun and maybe a little unexpected. I've never broken a fourth wall in any of his minis or in IUTKDM so this was fun. Enjoy the latest digital Dark Mouse here and view more comics on my Issuu page.

Remember to make art, comics, comic books, and draw more.

Jun 3, 2016

FREE COMICS FRIDAY: The Devil in the $6.66 Lot and Cora

My monthly storytelling habit is in full swing. Click on the Online Comics link under Cool Things in the sidebar over there -->

Or you can click through the stories below to see anything you've missed over the past four months:



These are the latest comics I've put online for free, including the conclusion to the story Cora, which was inspired by LORE, the popular audio podcast.

Enjoy. Share. Come back for more.

May 29, 2016

It was around the age of 5 or 6. I don’t remember which. All I know is that it took around a quarter of a century to see it come to life. For others it’s taken longer. It’s a little different for everyone. This is such a strange time.

In any event, it was this year that we finally saw it. Me, the kids I argued with on the playground, and every other kid that ever had a favorite superhero.

Who would win?

That’s how it starts. What a genuine question. That honest thought of ‘what if this character that I love so much fought that guy in the leotard the other kids love so much?’ The egotistical thought of ‘my guy would whoop on your guy.’ The tribal instinct of dominance takes root. Then you’d say, “Aw, they’d never do that.” They, of course, being adults and moviemakers who tell the real stories. Or so we thought. More on that later.

Then it happened. It finally happened.

This is the year that we as a people, desperate for even more pop culture, had our questions answered: 

Who would win? Out of these characters who have been ingrained into our psyche, who would win?

Batman or Superman?
Captain America or Iron Man?
Daredevil or Punisher?

And it was good. Holy crap it was good.

Feb 11, 2016

Long Beach Comic Expo & WonderCon 2016

LBCEx (February 20 & 21) and WC (March 25 & 27) are fast approaching. My latest self-published books will be on hand along with lots of original art and comics. Looking forward to those events very much.

Look for me at Artist Alley table G6 (yes, like the plane) in Long Beach in a short week. Check my Instagram (@eyedraugh) for the latest on table locations at WonderCon in March. 

I look forward to meeting many more people like these cosplayers and generally rad folk I met at previous cons. See you all soon at Long Beach Comic Expo 2016! 

Feb 6, 2016

City of Commerce Library's COMIC BOOK INVASION 2015

Here's a video from the City of Commerce's Comic Book Invasion event last year. Was real nice to see a city engaging the comic book/pop culture community like that. Had a fun time participating.

Comic Book Invasion 
City of Commerce Public Library