Monday, March 30, 2009

This doesnt mean anything yet, but...

Arcana Comics is proud to announce that Coma, Grunts, and Ripped have entered a production development agreement with Romark Films.

Romark Films was founded by filmmakers, Mark Jonathan Stanley and Rock Shaink. Shaink, who is currently working on a remake of the 80s' cult classic, "The Hidden," is attached to all three projects as the screenwriter with Arcana's CEO, Sean O'Reilly, set to produce.Romark is currently in production on the the new comedy series "Weed Shop" as well as in prep for the feature films "Reversal" and the graphic novel adaptation "I Am Spartacus".

Grunts, created by Keith Giffen and Shannon Eric Denton, tells the tale of of an American WW2 squad, who encounter a German superhuman assault squad and starts a Eugenics Race that carries into present day. Ripped, created by Jay Busbee and Jason Flowers, is the story of a college dropout who must stop the end of mankind when he learns he has the ability to travel through time. Meanwhile, Coma is an upcoming project from Arcana Comics created by Rock Shaink which he'll be developing as a motion picture at the same time.

Sunday, March 29, 2009

"Hello my first name is distants and I really dont care if I never wake up again..."

Shitty week. Shitty weather. Just all around shittiness. heres a new page from Emory Falls - unlettered. Enjoy.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Freddy Colored...

And... like I promised, heres the finished piece for Splatter. Enjoy.

A New Commission...

Heres a new commission I finished last week that was long overdue. I'll be coloring this piece too in the near future. Enjoy.

And The Next Splatter Cinema Movie In April Will Be...?

So I was trying to hint a little bit with the title of my last post. Above is the next movie in April for Splatter Cinema: A Nightmare on Elm Street 3!!! I should have the colors finished by the next few days but until then enjoy the black and white art.

"I've Been Away From My Children Far Too Long..."

First up, the delay in blogging. Ive really sh*t on everything that Ive wanted to do for the new year. I dont really know what the hell happened but I just got into this real funk and couldnt pull myself out of it. Needless to say all that shit is over! Kicking things off I just finished doing an interview for a local live internet show called: BEHIND THE CANVAS. Its a show a friend of mine helps put on where they interview local artists from the Atlanta area. It was a lot of fun though I seem very nervous through out but I talk about my art, comics, Splatter Cinema, and future projects I'd love to one day work on. So if my stuff intrigues you or if you're even bored, check out this broadcast over at:

On the left hand side find the video of Behind the Canvas from 3/3/09. Let me know what you think and its great to be back!!!