Zombie Gnome: A Tiny Terror

Coming this fall, to a garden near you! This kit includes a Zombie Gnome Defense Guide written by me and Shaenon K. Garrity, and it’s the only apocalypse survival guide you’ll need when these little red-hatted menaces attack. Zombie Gnome: A Tiny Terror hits gift shops this fall.




The Art of Harley Quinn

The Art of Harley Quinn is now available for pre-order!
Make sure to use Amazon Smile and select The Cartoon Art Museum as your designated charitable contribution when you order this, The Complete Peanuts Character Encyclopedia, and Totally Awesome: The Greatest Cartoons of the Eighties!

All three books are hitting stores from early October through early November, and I’ll have information about ordering signed and sketched editions here as soon as I’ve got books in stock.


Big fall!

I’ve got three books coming out this fall, from mid-September to mid-October (and one more that might hit the shelves around that time, too).

My wife Shaenon and I co-wrote a small booklet for Zombie Gnome: A Tiny Terror, coming out from Running Press in September. This is a Mega-Mini Kit, like the Cobra H.I.S.S. Tank and Adventure Time kits I’ve done previously, and this one contains your own personal mini zombie garden gnome.

Next up is the long-awaited Totally Awesome! The Greatest Cartoons of the Eighties, published by Insight Editions. ThunderCats, G.I. Joe, Inspector Gadget, Muppet Babies, DuckTales, Jem and more! Years in the making, and essential reading for every eighties kid.

The week after that, The Complete Peanuts Character Encyclopedia hits stores. Learn all about everyone’s favorite Peanuts characters, like Cormac, Thibault, Milo, and Emily! (And Charlie Brown and Snoopy, too, if we’ve got room.)





Happy holidays!

I was pleased to find out this morning that Comic Book Resources picked one of the Marvel Holiday Special stories that Shaenon K. Garrity and I wrote as one of the top X-Men X-Mas stories of all time! “Piece of Cake” (which I hope will make their list of top Spider-Man holiday stories, too) was a lot of fun to write, and was our tribute to the classic Marvel Team-Up series from the seventies and eighties. Hope you’ve got a copy somewhere under your tree this year.