Where Else to Find Me
My deviantART page, where you can find additional news and illustrations.
My Twitter account.
Official site of old friend, art school buddy, and alternative comics artist Andy Bennett. Dark, gritty, moody stuff, composed with a masterful black and white technique.
I’ll never forget the first time I saw Bernie Wrightson’s artwork, when I was 9 years old. It was the first time in my life that the drawings in a comic book sent me flipping back to the first page because I had to learn the artist’s name. Once I learned it, I memorized it. And from then on I kept my eyes peeled for anything else I could find by him. I have been collecting and studying his art ever since. Bernie was the first artist to ever make me think, "I want to draw like THIS GUY when I grow up." I am obviously still nowhere close to achieving that goal, but I keep trying.
Official site of mad genius, toy designer, and long-time friend Bill Bronson. Features comics, sci-fi, horror, and girlie illustration.
Blue Sky Comics
Official website of Benjamin and Marlena Hall, friends and fellow comics creators.
Official site of the award-winning artist Joe Chiodo, featuring a biography and online portfolio of his illustrations, comic book, and girl art.
Official website of Josh Howard, good friend and the creator of the comic book series Dead@17.
I love this guy’s artwork and stories. His drawings have a quaint horror style that reminds me of illustrations from turn-of-the-century Penny Dreadfuls. I find the simplicity of his work fun and refreshing in this day and age where every comic artist tries to be hyper-realistic and ultra-detailed. My favorite Richard Sala books are his Peculia comics, which, by the way, were hugely inspirational to my own Wulf and Batsy. Do yourself a favor and check out his site!
Official site of director, illustrator, comic artist, and my all-around bestest pal and arch-nemesis Dave Hartman. The best horror site on the Internet, chock full o' monsters and guts.
Something A Go-Go
Something A Go-Go, the official site of artist Andrew Barr. Check out his scary monsters, cute girls, and comics.
Official website of Hack/Slash creator/writer, Tim Seeley.
Horror Comics Resources
A great company that publishes reprints of old comics from the 1930s, '40s, and '50s.
This website focuses on Horror Comic Books of all types. They have been very supportive of my work from the beginning and are true friends of my monsters.
Official website representing E.C. Comics. Seems to be currently undergoing construction...? Let’s hope they return really soon!
High Grade Comics
An excellent place to shop if you collect antique comic books.
The Grand Comic Book Database
A great site for researching comics history.
The Horrors of It All
I love this website, dedicated to pre-code horror comics. Endless pages of great stuff to explore.
The Undead Thread
Fun Message Board for collectors of old horror comics to discuss, compare, and brag about their latest acquisitions.
Other Great Sites
One of the best websites available for Horror Entertainment News Coverage. This website has always been very supportive of my work. Plus they have great, reliable reviews on Horror movies and DVDs that I almost always find myself agreeing with. So let’s support them right back!
Official website for Doctor Creep, the number one TV Horror Host for Southern Ohio during the 1970s and '80s. I watched his show religiously every Saturday morning as a kid. Check out this site if you want to meet the man who introduced me to all the classic monsters, before I was even in kindergarten. Yes, Doctor Creep was my preschool teacher of horror!
Horror movie DVD reviews.
Monsters From the Vault
Home site of an excellent modern horror magazine.
Spider Baby Online
A website dedicated to Spiderbaby, which is one of my favorite movies of all time. It is still new and they haven't added much content yet, but it looks like a nice little site and I just love to support anything that supports Spiderbaby.
Just a wonderful blog in every way, celebrating old movies and their stars.
The Creature From the Black Lagoon Website
A website dedicated to The Creature From the Black Lagoon.
The Gallery of Monster Toys
A fun website dedicated to exploring monsters in toy form through the ages. The 1970s and '80s Galleries bring back wonderful childhood memories for me.
The Mark of Naschy
One of my all-time favorite filmmakers is Spanish Horror legend Paul Naschy. His movies have been very inspirational to my artwork and imagination. If I was a filmmaker, or even just an actor, I would want to be this guy. This site celebrates his life and art and keeps me informed on all the new Naschy-related DVDs and books that have FINALLY started becoming available here in America.
Really fun website featuring info and images relating to Classic Horror Films.
Captain Bloodclot's Famous Novelties
Things You Never Knew Existed - Since 1914 - Money Back Guarentee
Music I Enjoy
Official site of Skinny Puppy, my favorite band of all time.
Excellent website dedicated to Skinny Puppy news updates.
Official site of Cevin Key’s audio sculpture laboratory, where the master creates his insanely ingenious sounds.
John J. Walsh IV
Writer and programmer.