Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Personal Highlights of 2008

2008 was jam-packed with stuff. Let's take a look at some of it, in a little picture essay entitled "How I spent 2008".

ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL and SPIKE:AFTER THE FALL continued continuing. I think ANGEL came into it's own this year, the second half of the series is, in my opinion, way better than the first half, and I couldn't be more proud of the work we've done. Also, working with Chris Ryall, Franco, Mr. Mooney, Mr. Runge? I highly recommend it to anyone who has the means. A great supportive, super talented creative team. And the covers by Alex Garner? Yes. He should draw covers for every comic, book, phone book, Bible, record album, cd cover, and movie poster.
EVERYBODY'S DEAD was 15 years in the making (wrote it as a movie 15 years ago, almost made it with Artisan, now Lionsgate, 10 years ago). Five issue limited series, so far my creative highlight as a comic writer. The brilliant Dave Crosland on pencils/inks and Len O'Grady on colors made the decade-plus-half-decade wait to tell the story worth it. And Meltdown Comics was nice enough to throw us a party to celebrate the release of the book:

That's me and Dave. We had beer in our cups and we drank a whole lot. Dave and Jim Mahfood did live art (you can kinda see it on the wall behind us) . The party was also for the comic HAZED, which you should all check out.

It was the best party I've ever been to (and I've been to at least three other parties), we met the guys that run, which led to me doing their show. You can find it by typing "comics on comics" into itunes or by clicking the link above. I'm in the first episode, but man, I would have killed to be on the Geoff Johns episode, as he's my favorite comic writer.

Also, the Meltdown Party? Chris Ryall slept on my couch that night. The next morning it smelled like potpourri and blueberries. Why? That is the mystery of Chris Ryall.

I also went to the San Diego Comic Convention and signed a bunch of books and hung out with a lot of great people. Need proof?

See? I clearly have a pen for signing and I'm hanging out with two great people. One of which is Chris Ryall, the other of which is Josh Jabcuga, the writer of the wonderful MUMMY prequel (drawn by Stephen Mooney!).

My wife and I bought a house which I won't show you on account of who wants to look at a house, but the house DID allow us to get THIS dog from the pound:

Her name is Peanut and that's what she looked like when we got her. Underfed and nervous and sickly, but a few months later she looked like this:

Wait, no. Sorry, that's my friend Rich. Peanut looked like this:

Also in 2008, we put up a short that we shot called PROFILES IN COURAGE. It's a fake documentary about a movie we made many years ago, and I think it's quite wonderful. We slapped it up on Funny or Die, and YOU CAN SEE IT HERE! A plug from Defamer gave us a flush of hits on it, and people seemed to dig it. That was pretty sweet, thanks Defamer!

We also returned to recording PARTY TRUCK USA, a podcast available HERE and on Itunes (who found us new and notable!). It's fun.

I also worked on movies for Fox and Dreamworks but since they're not in production yet I don't have any pictures to put up. Oh and a TV show for Fox 21. Again, no pictures. Sorry.

So yes, it was a good year creatively, plus we got that dog. If we could combine the two, have a comic about a puppy that fights vampires, that would be perfect.

I'll be back in a few days with a look ahead to 2009. I hereby predict it will involve vampires and, fingers crossed, goats.

Thanks everyone! Happy New Year!

Sunday, December 28, 2008

Guess what I finished writing?

ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL # 17 has been written in bits, kinda like chapters and such. I write a few pages, and when the "scene" comes to an end, I send it off to Franco.

Well, the last few pages were sent in last night. Now I can just sit back and rest easy and enjoy the pages as Franco draws'em and sends'em in. Of course there will be proofreading and writing stuff for the trade, but the bulk of the work, the heavy lifting, it's all done on my side.

I'm sure a longer, more thought out emotional post about this experience will come eventually as we get closer to our last two issues coming out, but for now, let me just say thank you to everyone who read it, got excited about it, talked to me about it, and supported the book. It was a long, fun, stressful, insanely rewarding road.

The funny thing is, as soon as I send in the pages, Franco and I start talking about what we're doing next. He misses Beck and Tok. So do I.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008


Got a poll up over to the side. Just wondering, which comic-centric character do you most miss? Do you want more Beck in your life? Missing Tok? Want to see more Invisible Biv? Let me know!

Saturday, December 20, 2008


Hope everyone's having a great holiday season. Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, I'm sorry I'm killing your favorite characters, and to all a good night!

What's everyone want this year?

Monday, December 15, 2008

ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL # 15 this week!

This one's a corker! Read it before the internet spoils it for you!

Urru is back!

Monday, December 8, 2008

Fun with action figures

So ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL action figures, that would rock, yes?

There won't be ANGEL:ATF figures, sadly. But let's pretend.

Answer these in the comments section:

1. What five would you want to see in the first wave?

2. Must have ATF-specific accessories for each figure?

3. Build-a-figure?

(in case you don't know, lately they're doing this great idea where each figure in a wave comes with a piece of a bigger figure that you can assemble. For instance, a wave of MARVEL LEGENDS came with piece of Galactus, so if you bought each figure, you could assemble a giant Galactus).

4. Who would be the chase variant figure?

(in case you don't know, again, a variant figure is a version of one of the figures painted differently or given different accessories. They're usually packed one or two per box so they're rare. For instance, a green Hulk's variant figure could be a gray Hulk).


Have fun! I'll post my answers later today!

Sunday, December 7, 2008

ANGEL 16 cover!

Alex Garner is a genius. Just amazing.

This is the issue I proofed this weekend. It is pretty awesome, I think you're gonna dig my last couple of issues. Really proud of how it's coming along.

Saturday, December 6, 2008


Just finished my proof-reading for my second-to-last issue of ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL. Franco did an outstanding job on this one. And the colors, ooooooooooh the colors. Stunning. This issue is big. Game-changing big (I can't stand that phrase after the 2008 election but it fits here, I promise).

It came out wonderfully, I think you guys are gonna love. But now I'm all sad. Oh sure, the world of ANGEL will continue and thrive (but with an all-new game, as it is CHANGED!) but AFTER THE FALL is winding down.

Ah well, onwards and upwards or something. Off to go celebrate my one year anniversary.

Of being married, not writing ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL. Though that would be accurate as well.

Monday, December 1, 2008

To Do.

I have a huge list of things that have to be done in ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL # 17. This much to say, so many characters to juggle before I exit stage right, I had to make sure not to leave anything out. I would love to show you the list, but it's all kinda spoilers, so I thought I'd put it up, with key words missing. See if anyone else can decode it!

1. Angel is _____________.

2. Angel gives ____________ to ____________.

3. Wesley and _____________ get a __________ in their ________.

3. Angel misses ______________ ____________, ___________ blowing.

4. Angel and ________ talk (with ______ and __________ helping in the background).

5. __________ says ___________ _________ _______ Wolfram & Hart's ___________.

6. Angel points out that THAT is a great thing, "_________ ain't__________ see you ________."

7. ___________ says he's ready to _________ at a moment's __________.

8. ___________ is guarding ____________ in Silverlake.

Also, Chris Ryall was nice enough to send a scan of the page from Wizard Magazine that featured our little book. We had a moment of the year!

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving (And Anniversary!)

Hope everyone is having a wonderful Thanksgiving. Enjoy some family-time, and some turkey (or tofurkey, if that is your bag).

And hey, ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL # 1 came out a year ago yesterday! So yay for that! It feels odd to be writing my last issue, but I'm also kinda proud. And hey, the new Wizard Magazine (in stores now!) has declared Angel's outing as a human in issue 3 one of the "Best Moments of 2008"! Pretty sweet!

Monday, November 24, 2008

Musings and Sneakys

Today I started writing something that had THIS at the top of the page:

That’s A Wrap, Kids!
Script by Brian Lynch

The first issue of ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL came out a year ago this Wednesday, right? Pretty nuts. I hope you guys dug it so far, and I can promise you, ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL goes out strong. Epic, heartbreaking, I predict tears will be shed while reading each issue. I hope, anyway.

And while we all miss the TV show, you gotta admit, the unlimited budget we have while making the comic allows for awesome panels like this:




That's a quieter moment from ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL # 15. That would be kinda hard to do on a television show's budget, no? I really dig the motion of the tentacles, and the flames on Groo's sword.

Back to work for me!

Sunday, November 23, 2008


I saw TWILIGHT. I enjoyed it on a cheesy level, it was like BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER without all that annoying quality.

Thursday, November 20, 2008


With issue 14 of ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL, we bid adieu to the brilliant Stephen Mooney. He did a brilliant job and I am so grateful to him for jumping in and taking over this the comic. Stephen got a TON of scenes that I had been waiting a year to write, so obviously I had them running around my head and a clear vision of how they'd look...

...and his execution of said scenes just blew me away. Better than I ever imagined. He got some of the "money shots" of the series (a full pager that involved Illyria in issue 14 comes to mind) but at the same time, his quiet moments were just as great. He drew a handful of scenes with Gunn that were emotional to look at, before dialog was added.

I'm positive I'll be working with Mr. Mooney again, but as for ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL...

...well, starting next issue, daddy has come home. Franco Urru picks up right where we left off in issue 14. The last three issues of AFTER THE FALL will knock you down sideways (is that a saying? It should be a saying).

Here's a taste: the first panel of the first page of Franco's return. Unbelievable.

It only gets more epic from there.

Take care all!

Wednesday, November 19, 2008


I don't understand it. We started this book a year ago next week, and we're already 14 in? Shouldn't number 12 be coming out next week? What happened? AND 4 issues of SPIKE:AFTER THE FALL? We are TOO good is the problem. Or something.

Anyway, Ifanboy wrote a wonderful review of the first ANGEL:ATF hardcover. Check it out HERE!

Been a busy couple of weeks, but I think I have great, big news coming soon. Not comic related, something else allll together.

Sorry I haven't been blogging lately, truth is, I couldn't remember my password. It was a whole thing. But I missed you. Oh the lonely nights.

If you get a chance, do check out PARTY TRUCK USA. We're up to the fourth episode of the second season, and it's funny stuff. Go to itunes and find us under podcasts.

And hey, if you have xbox360, friend "Betta George" on account of that's me. We can play MORTAL KOMBAT VS DC UNIVERSE or SCENE IT or, my favorite, Uno.

I really hope you enjoy ANGEL:ATF # 14. Homestretch now! There's a scene involving Wesley that I really love. I think you'll know the one I'm talking about.

Take care all!


Friday, November 7, 2008

We made Amazon's Top Ten List of the Year!

Customer's choice for Grahpic Novels! Number 10, sure, but ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL volume 1 is right there!
I wonder where volume 2 and EVERYBODY'S DEAD fit in. Anyway, thank to all, this is customer's choice, and you're totally the customer, so I am very grateful to you!

But I still hate Cleo,


Thursday, November 6, 2008

An Open Letter to Cleo


(you don't deserve the "dear" greeting). You are a very pretty betta fish. Your tendrils are long and healthy. Your bowl is a little small but that's not your fault.

So. You are currently on the hit MTV show THE HILLS. Face-time, name recognition and everything. Though, sadly, you are owned by "Lo", easily the worst HILLS character (this is like being the prized pet of Cousin Oliver back in THE BRADY BUNCH days). But, like the size of your pathetic bowl, it's not your fault.

But here's the thing. Before you were introduced on THE HILLS this week, my character, Betta George, was easily the most famous betta fish in the world. He was fictional, sure, but named after (and looking exactly like) my prized, long-gone fish George. George EARNED his fame. He swam and he ate and he wasn't owned by an awful lady (seriously, couldn't you have at least been purchased by Audrina? With her adorable smile, blank dead-eyed stare and non existent personality she's this generation's Andrew Shue).

To sum up: don't get comfortable on your throne as king of all Betta fish. Remember, MTV burns through it's personalities. Do I even have to remind you of Tabitha Soren? Yes, yes I probably do. Which is my point.

Sleep with one fish eye fish open.

Brian Lynch

PS. You're clearly a boy betta and you're named Cleo. Good luck with the future therapy.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Who's voting?

I am! You guys should too. Also, if your Halloween costume is still out, dress in that when you go to the polls, just to throw people off.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

EVERYBODY'S DEAD took place today and tomorrow!

Maybe you could celebrate by ordering it from AMAZON? I think so!

Enjoy! And have a Happy Halloween! Be safe, play it by ear!

Tuesday, October 28, 2008


The last issue of SPIKE:AFTER THE FALL is out tomorrow (or, if you're reading this after Tuesday, October 28th, it's out now). It marks the completion of Franco Urru and my third SPIKE series (the first two being ASYLUM and SHADOW PUPPETS).

SPIKE:AFT is also somewhat of a subtle sequel to those two series. In ASYLUM, Spike came to terms with what he had done in the past and what he had become. In SHADOW PUPPETS he realized he didn't have to do it alone. And SPIKE:AFTER THE FALL deals with Spike forging his own life in the worst place possible. He's kickstarting his life outside of Buffy and Angel. Making new friends, planting his own flag.

It all goes horribly wrong, but that's par for the course in this world, no?

It's also a sequel to ASYLUM and SHADOW PUPPETS in the sense that we see references to Betta George, Spike talks of his friendship with Lorne (not established on the show really), and, there's also the matter of Dicky Duck (who featured prominently in SHADOW PUPPETS).

I couldn't have a better creative partner than Franco Urru. He is a genius, rising to the challenge each and every time I throw a thousand things at him. When ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL is over, I will have done, I think, 21 comics with him. That is crazy and wonderful and I am very lucky. I hope that someday, ASYLUM and SHADOW PUPPETS get a collected hardcover edition, simply because his work deserves that crisp page treatment (and, because, they're kinda canon now, yes? Sorta). He's a wonderful man, a super talented artist, and the best friend that I've never met.

Anyway, enjoy SPIKE:AFTER THE FALL # 4 and all it's action and revelations. I think you guys will dig. And stare at certain pages slack-jawed. One page in particular, where...

...well, you'll see. But MAN I did not see that coming.

Monday, October 27, 2008

SPIKE:AFTER THE FALL # 4 is upon us!

I've got a whole lot to say about this issue (and I think you will too), but for now I will just leave you with the fantastic covers by Franco and the Sharp Brothers!

Monday, October 20, 2008

Wanna see a sneak peak of ANGEL 13?


ANGEL 13 this week!

I am so excited for you guys to read this.

I usually read each issue 4 times:

1. When I first get the PDF, purely for fun.
2. The day after I get the PDF, to make edits.
3. When I get the actual comic book proper.
4. When it's released as a collected edition to see how it flows.

Issue 13 is the exception to this. I've read the PDF of issue 13 a bunch of times. I love how it came together. And reading issues 12 and 13 back-to-back is highly recommended, it's a fun time.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

The Return of PARTY TRUCK USA!

Greatest podcast ever? Quite possibly. Quite...possibly. Movies, comic books, TV shows, comedy, all sorts of whatnot await you!


And hey, add PARTY TRUCK USA at facebook so you can see all the stuff we're talking about via the visual aids!

Check it out!

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Everyone's up in arms over that last post!

I've gotten private messages, emails, I've seen threads, site links. All for that last post. Hey, sometimes I just like to put up pictures. That image is not necessarily related to upcoming events in ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL. Who's to say WHAT will happen? Anything's possible.

Friday, October 10, 2008


That was a hard one to write. Well, it was easy in the sense that it all flowed very easily, but difficult for reasons I can't quite explain without spoiling major events.

Monday, October 6, 2008


I thought this was very well done. Much thanks to the author of said video, from the co-author of said comic.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

So so close.

Just finished proofing ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL # 14. One more issue done and done, we're getting closer to my last issue of ATF. To be honest I don't remember a time when I wasn't writing this book, it's been a long long journey, and I honestly feel as though it's getting better as it goes on. I love the first half of the series, but the second half is all emotional, action-packed, heartwrenching pay-off. I'm really excited for you guys to read it.

Tuesday, September 30, 2008


October 1st! The day that EVERYBODY'S DEAD comes out collected! Enjoy!

Sunday, September 28, 2008

EVERYBODY'S DEAD trade paperback his Wednesday!

All five issues!
Tons of bonus content (including the extra special EVERYBODY'S DEAD drinking game)!
Please spread the word! Buy a few copies! Hope you enjoy!

PS: you can order the book by clicking here!

Wednesday, September 24, 2008


Hey all! The new PREVIEWS came out today. For those that aren't aware of what that is, it's basically the catalog for all the comics available to order from the numerous comic companies. ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL # 15 is among them, and if at all possible, please remind your store that you dig it.

I only ask because there is another ANGEL comic, entitled ANGEL:SMILE TIME. This is an adaptation of the classic ANGEL episode by Mr. Scott Tipton and Mr. David Messina, who gave us the wonderful ANGEL:AULD ANG SYNE, among other books. I'm kinda worried that as the SMILE TIME book's ad is bigger and placed before AFTER THE FALL, stores may miss ATF and then you would miss a chapter and oh MAN would I hear it.

ANGEL:SMILE TIME is gonna be great, you should ask for that as well. I've never read anything by Tipton and Messina that I didn't like, and I'm fairly sure they're expanding on the original episode, bringing out all new greatness. Definitely check that out.

Meantime, hope you enjoy issue 15 when it comes out. It's the return of Mr. Urru, which makes me all sorts of happy.

On a related note, Stephen Mooney just sent me pages for 14 and holy crap. This thing is great. Mooney is on fire, I love how this series is coming along.

Hope everyone is well!

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Monday, September 15, 2008

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Just sent in the corrections for SPIKE 4!

Wow, that means for me, the SPIKE series is done! Outta my hands! Bittersweet. But awesome. Oh well, back to writing ANGEL! Nearing the end there too!

Saturday, September 13, 2008

SPIKE:AFTER THE FALL # 4 finished!

I just read the pdf files for SPIKE:AFTER THE FALL issue 4. Last issue of the series, and it came out wonderful. The entire issue is almost one long scene, but so much is revealed and wrapped up. Franco's art is stellar, his best, easily. He does panels of Illyria's face that are like looking at stills from new episodes of ANGEL (or, in this case, SPIKE).

It's hands down the most brutal issue of any ANGEL/SPIKE book I've ever written (I think runner up is issue 11 of ANGEL:ATF...but it's a distant second). But it's also kinda funny, heartbreaking...I think you'll dig.

Issue 3 comes out this week (or so I've been told) and it's stellar too, I am really proud of this series. Couldn't be happier with how it came out.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Tomorrow! ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL volume 2!

The wackiest numbering in comic history, with FIRST NIGHT (aka VOLUME 2...even though it, for the most part, takes place before volume 1)...

...that aside, it is a beautiful book that I hope you enjoy. I know I did. I read it and was like "wow". And then I read the Groosablog again because that is the best.

Monday, September 8, 2008

First Look: EVERYBODY'S DEAD collected!

This is a thing of beauty. If you haven't read the series yet, but enjoy my work on ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL (or artist Dave Crosland...and if you don't love him, there is no hope for you), here's your chance to get the entire series in one handy volume.

Here is the collected edition, next to a penny so you can see how big it is. Not quite sure why I put the penny there, it just seems like the universal way of establishing size in catalogs.

The back cover. With rave reviews from Wizard Magazine, Pat Shand over at Buffyverse Reviews, and Broken Frontier.

The introduction, by me. About how I tried to get other people to do it. It's a long, hopefully funny, story.

The official EVERYBODY'S DEAD drinking game. In case you want to take your enjoyment of the series to a whole new level.

Character profiles along with Dave's original character sketches. Lots to read and soak in.

And finally, the most important part of the book: the actual comic. All five issues, featuring the beautiful art of Dave Crosland and the equally beautiful coloring of Len O'Grady. Words by some schmuck.

This has been in my head for well over a decade. I can't express what it means to have it in my hands.

And you can have it in YOUR hands, just order it HERE!

Hope you guys give it a chance. And if you do, I hope you enjoy it!

Thanks all!

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Look what came today.

Check it out. Day after ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL: FIRST NIGHT came, EVERYBODY'S DEAD trade paperback is on my doorstep. I'll post more pictures later. It is beeeeeeautiful. Much thanks to Chris, Ted, Justin, everyone at IDW. And of course, Mr. Crosland.

Friday, September 5, 2008

ANGEL Volume 2 Hardcover!

Just got a big box full of ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL VOLUME 2 (FIRST NIGHT) hardcovers! They came out BEAUTIFUL! From Alex Garner's new Wesley cover on down, it is such a classy production.

SPOILERS: there is no bookmark. This made me sad. This is the only thing that made me sad. But the rest, perfection. The printing is beautiful, the chapter title pages, amazing, it's jam-packed full of notes and new stuff.

Enough gabbing, let's take a look!

Check out shiny ghost Wesley. It's embossed so he looks extra-ghostlike. Amazing. I didn't mean to cover Joss' name, my bad.

Spike's Title Page and cover. Awesome!

Lorne's. Oh John Byrne.


This is one of the extras, a detailed explanation of FIRST NIGHT stories we didn't do. Other extras include page notes a la SPIKE:ASYLUM, etc. and a GROOSABLOG. This might be my favorite extra ever. You have to see for yourself. That specific extra also features a brilliant new piece of art by Franco Urru.

The two volumes together. How sweet!

Hope you enjoy! It's only a few weeks away, reserve yours now!

Wednesday, September 3, 2008


Hope you guys enjoy! I just proofed another issue (last glance for changes to dialog, etc) while writing yet ANOTHER, and I couldn't be happier with how the series is going. I think you guys are all in for a treat. A big, messy, violent, heartbreaking, funny, emotional treat.

And I implore you, to insure you enjoy issue 12, refrain from reading any threads or posts about it until after you have it in your hands. Trust me.

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Oh September

Gonna be a good month. We have ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL # 12 this Thursday. Lots of revelations and surprises. CONNOR/KATE FIRST NIGHT artist Stephen Mooney provides the bulk of the art, with a two page spread by Nick Runge that...

...well, you'll see.

I promise you, if you read this book before reading threads about this book, you will enjoy it a hundred times more. Go in fresh, you'll thank me.

Got a bunch of pages from Franco last night for SPIKE:AFTER THE FALL # 4, and whoa nelly, does that series end huge. And dark. And kinda brutal. You guys'll dig.

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Next Thursday, September 4th!

ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL # 12. Because of Labor Day, it's not Wednesday, you see.

A full year's worth of ANGEL:ATF stories (more if you count SPIKE). Kinda proud.

Stephen Mooney KNOCKED IT OUT OF THE PARK on this issue. Wait until you see.

Read it before the internet spoils it. Trust me on this one.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Epic Adventure!

So I'm not going to lie, I love seeing my books in a Barnes and Noble or Borders or any bookstore, simply because I go in there all the time and buy every book that looks interesting. To finally have a few collected comic book editions in the stores, it's thrilling.

I went to the Barnes and Noble in the Grove in West Hollywood and looked in the comic section for ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL volume 1. When SPIKE:ASYLUM came out, it got prime real estate on the main comic table. None of this "see the spine and spine only" crap, it was full-on, gorgeous Franco cover OUT.

But I couldn't find ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL anywhere. Not too concerned, either they didn't get it yet, or it sold out. But as I was leaving, I saw a table that had a big sign that read EPIC ADVENTURES and featured a bunch of books such as LORD OF THE RINGS and so on. ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL volume 1 was among them. That was pretty pretty sweet.

Brian Lynch, writer of EPIC ADVENTURE. You can buy said epic adventure HERE by the way. And you should. It's epic. And adventurey.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

EVERYBODY'S DEAD collected! ANGEL written!

EVERYBODY'S DEAD trade paperback is available for pre-order. Get thee to your comic stores and point them in the direction of the IDW section of Previews. OR you can order it HERE!

Included, in addition to the five issues of awesomeness and covers, is an introduction that is basically detailing my journey to try and get someone cool to do an introduction, character files, all of Dave's original sketches while he was working out the characters' looks and such, AND an EVERYBODY'S DEAD Drinking Game! Let's see SECRET INVASION have a drinking game! Let's see it! You heard me, Bendis!

Finally, handed in another script for ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL. We're rapidly nearing the end, and the scripts are getting more and more fun to write. I think I wrote some of my best stuff the last couple of days, hope you guys agree when you finally get the issues.

Back to work for me! Hope everyone is doing well.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

IDW had a very good June!

Check out this article!

Some very nice stuff was said about ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL, too.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Happy Zombie/Vampire Day!


Hope you guys like!

Sunday, August 10, 2008

ANGEL 11 and EVERYBODY'S DEAD 5 out this week!

What a nice surprise! ANGEL:AFTER THE FALL # 11 and EVERYBODY'S DEAD # 5 are out this Wednesday! Pretty exciting stuff, as ANGEL:ATF 11 features the long awaited reunion of...well, one of the covers kinda gives it away, huh? And that's just for starters, there are surprises galore. Pretty great issue, I think you'll dig.

And then there's this...

Oh yes, EVERYBODY'S DEAD # 5. The final chapter in the series (for now). Characters will die, heroes will rise, in the biggest ending like EVER. I have a copy and it is glorious!

I'm excited. Are you excited? Hope so!