I’m making a Science Fantasy epic involving a bunch of time travellers and elemental forces called Augments. Imagine a mash up of Back to the Future, the X-Men and Final Fantasy and you’ll get the idea!
I’m creating this single handedly so it’s taking a while, but it should launch early next year on the web FOR FREE, and I will also be attending London MCM next fall to sell copies of the first issue(s) in printed form.
If you’re interested, please follow me here on Tumblr or watch me on DeviantArt for regular updates on the planning stages of this. You’ll be the first to know when the release date of the webcomic is too:
I think the link title sums it all up, but MGT Vol. 1 is finally back in stock! I’ve received a ton of emails and notes over the last few months asking when the book would be back in stock and the answer is…right now!
Here is a page from my recently finished graphic novel. It is about pain and the horror of hubris. I’m doing my best to get it out there, though I’m a creator not a talker.
The book is important and deserves a leg up. It is 134 pages b&w. I am taking the self pub route, though I would like to discuss alternatives. The best way to get updates is to follow @pjet on Twitter. Or email me pjetvspablo(at)gmail.com
I hope you like it. #horror
It’s a comic… It’s a play… It’s Peter Pan is Dead.
Peter Pan is Dead, a new play by Brandon Monokian, will be performed and simultaneously released as a graphic novel on September 6th with art by Sara Sciabbarrasi. The stage production will be presented at the William Way LGBT Community Center, September 6th - 21st, as a part of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. The show, directed by Monokian, will star Broadway World award winner Ali Gleason, Colleen Kreisel, Caitlin Gutches, and Josephine Patane. The graphic novel will be available for purchase at the performances, as well as online at www.brandonmakestheatre.com for $7.99.
Peter Pan is Dead is a play about douche-bags, revenge, and navigating the world of love in the year two thousand-and-something. Fairy tales, ancients myths, and the modern world collide in this harsh, yet poignant exploration of youth and expectation. With the comic book, Sciabbarrasi’s black and white illustrations allow audiences to experience the text of the play through an unexpected artistic medium.
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The above pages are Chapter 2 of my graphic memoir Tomboy, which will be released on September 2nd. In addition to the preview zine (which was given out at comic conventions and book expos across the country this summer) I wanted to give folks who weren’t able to get one a sneak peek at the book. This is a different chapter than was in the preview zine, so if you’ve got one of those as well, then you’ve been able to read TWO CHAPTERS of the book before anyone else! Lucky ducks!
I hope you enjoy the pages, will share them with your friends and followers, and are looking forward to the day when you can get Tomboy at your favorite bookstore/comic shop! (If you just can’t wait, you can preorder book directly from the publisher HERE). I will be posting my book tour dates in support of Tomboy at the end of the week, so stay tuned!
Thanks for reading!
I am running a Kickstarter for Josh Lobster #1, written by Chris Reilly (Disney’s Haunted Mansion, Gumby, Strange Eggs, Trouble With Igor, Punch and Judy) and art by meme, Devon Devereaux (Disney’s Haunted Mansion, The Littlest Bitch, Tales of Hot Rod Horror). http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/devondevereaux/josh-lobster The best way I can describe the book is if there is a universe where Goonies, Jaws and HP Lovecraft stories all exist, Josh Lobster is at the center of it all. Please pass it along to anyone that would dig it. Thanks for all you do!
Devon Devereaux Illustration