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This page was already getting crowded with only 21 issues of Phase 7, and I still want to draw at least another 79, so I set up a new website which is much better organized. Hopefully it will make it easier for people to read my comics online and to order my minicomics, books and eBooks!
In the meantime, I'm going to continue to post my 24-Hour Comics here, and other random comic stuff.
I drew my fifteenth 24-Hour Comic in 2015 from February 14th at 1:00pm to February 15th at 10:00am. First, I drew a panel structure in which each page has the same number of panels as its page number and each page's panels are equal in size. Then I filled it in with a story, which you can read here.
If you would like to try out this panel structure yourself, you can download it for free (or with a small donation if you'd like!) over on Gumroad.com
I drew my fourteenth 24-Hour Comic in 2014 from December 30th at 8:30am to December 31st at 1:17am. It was comprised of two parts: an 8-page minicomic called "Hey, Where's Alec?" and a 16-page "Isle of Elsi Activity Book." Both of these projects will eventually be printed, so I am not posting them online. You can read more about these comics in this blog post.
I drew my thirteenth 24-Hour comic on December 31st, 2013 from 8:08am - 10:24pm. It is all about my wife Claire Sanders.
I drew my twelfth 24-Hour comic on December 20th, 2012 from 7:03am - 6:30pm. It is all about my girlfriend Claire Sanders.
For my eleventh 24-Hour comic, I drew the art and came up with the story, and my girlfriend Claire Sanders did all of the watercolor painting.
This 174-page book collects six of my 24-hour comics: Scars, Crispy Ginger Crumples, Daydream #0007 (never-before released!), GCB!, The 2008 Phase 7 Summer Supplement, and The PAM Artist. There are also 24 pages of commentary comics, which were drawn, along with all of the endpapers and covers in one 24 hour period on March 21st, 2010. Click "Read" below, to check out the first 8 pages of commentary!
|174 pages / Perfect Bound
Full color wraparound cover
$14.00 + shipping
Available from Lulu.com (25% off!)
My ninth 24-hour comic was drawn with Max de Radiguès on December 5th, 2009 from 12:00am to 10:41pm. You can read a bit about the process in this blog entry. (TBA)
My eighth 24-hour comic is all about my decision to move to Vermont, after living in New York City for four years... it also explains why I cut off all of my hair on August 1st, 2008 and decided to grow my hair and beard out! It was drawn on September 2nd, 2008 from 12:01am - 8:30pm and was originally sent out as a minicomic to the Phase 7 subscribers.
My seventh 24-hour comic is all about my friendship with my best friend Gabe. It was drawn from 12:01am on September 26th to 2:08am on September 27th, in 2007 (another Eastman Variation... agh!) You can read a bit about the process in this blog entry.
My sixth 24-hour comic was drawn on Thursday May 18th, 2006 from midnight to midnight (perfect!) Unfortunately, it ended up being really, really personal, so I don't feel comfortable sharing it on the internet. You can read a little bit about it in my blog.
My fourth 24 Hour Comic, which tells the stories about each of the scars on my body in chronological order. Drawn on November 20th, 2004 from 12:00am to 11:57pm.
My third 24-hour comic explored the use of color. Drawn on July 6th, 2003 from 12:00am to 10:25pm
My second 24-hour comic strings together a series of my dreams. Drawn on August 19th, 2002 from 12:00am to 11:30pm
My first 24-hour comic ever! A story about sleep (or lack thereof!) Drawn on December 19th, 2001 from 12:00am to 11:41pm
I drew this minicomic for the November 2009 release of Uncle Envelope, which is an awesome zine-subscription service for kids! As with P7 Funnies #1, this collection is made up of fun and silly material that I had unsuccessfully pitched to Nickelodeon Magazine.
These are the notes I complied to accompany two lectures I gave on self-publishing at The Center For Cartoon Studies and The Norman Rockwell Museum in March of 2008. They are basically an updated and revised version of For The Love of Comics and represent most of what I learned in the first five years of self-publishing.
You can also now download these notes as a free eBook
This was a special minicomic that I sent out to all the Phase 7 subscribers in December of 2007. It is comprised entirely of material that I pitched to Nickelodeon Magazine and National Geographic Kids which did not make the cut. There are plenty of gags, as well as some silly stories and lots and lots of bad puns.
A series of drawings from my sketchbook. Most are from wandering around New York City, drawing in parks, museums, people's apartments or on the subway.
This second collection of my observational drawings includes: People in parks, people in airports, musicians, a dog, trees, buildings, food and friends.
A 24 page zine designed to promote the Dvorak Simplified Keyboard Layout using the power of COMICS. Visit DVzine.org for all the details, including free .pdf and web comic versions of the Zine!
These sketches and comics were drawn by my GREAT GRANDFATHER, John Claghorn, waaaaay back in 1935. See? Drawing with ink is in my BLOOD!