Welcome to Falling Rock National Park
January 20th, 2014

Welcome to Falling Rock National Park


Faithful Falling Rockers, the long wait is over. Falling Rock National Park #6 is back from the printer and it looks fantastic. I love the look and feel of the paper. It makes the experience of reading this story even more enjoyable, I believe. Paper and ink! The way comics were meant to be consumed.


How can you acquire this latest trip to the American Southwest? Right here on my website, or next week at WonderCon! I will be in the Small Press section, table 93. Beyond that, I hope to get this issue into the fine local comic shops in Portland.


I can’t wait for you to read this issue. I can honestly say I am very proud of it.interior-6-2

Falling Rock National Park, issue 6

issue-6-coverFalling Rock National Park #6 is at the printer right now, being printed! Real ink is being laid down on real paper, and when the process has completed I will have in my hands 500 copies of the greatest detective story ever told! Want to know who is the culprit? You’ll have to read it yourself to find out.

Subscribers have already been emailed, and I will be taking preorders for this issue at my Buy Books page.

If you live in Los Angeles, I hope to see you at WonderCon! March 25-27. I’m exhibiting at Small Press table 93. I’ll have #6, as well as previous issues, Tomb of the Zombies and Jack Ketch, prints, and maybe even a special surprise (involving dinosaurs).

discarded couches of portland

NE 47th and Halsey

discarded couches of portland

One couch on NE Fremont last week. I haven’t seen it since, so I’m assuming it helped someone have an amazing Thanksgiving.

discarded couches of portland: tucson edition

One of the highlights of my recent trip to Tucson was the discovery of this discarded couch:
What it may be lacking in cushions, it more than makes up for in character. Pick it up quick, before some pack rat makes it its home.