My graphic novel adaptation of HA Rey’s classic books: Curious George, Curious George Gets A Job and Curious George Rides A Bike will be coming soon! Please standby for more details. Published by Houghton-Mifflin Harcourt.
My award winning graphic novel Ichiro published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt:
Ichiro is a boy adrift in this world.
Raised by his Japanese mother in New York, his American father having been taken from him by war before he ever knew him, Ichiro finds it difficult to figure out where he fits in.
A trip to Japan leaves Ichiro with his Grandfather, a stranger to him in a country he does not know.
And then one night Ichi gets dragged down a hole by a monster.
When he wakes up, he isn't in Japan anymore. In fact, he isn't in the mortal world. Ichi has entered the domain of the gods.
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Excerpts from an animated comic adaptation of Issac Asimov’s Nightfall.
client: Popular Science
Writing Rodham: the soon to be movie of Hillary Clinton's early years.
Treasure Island: The Adventures of Jean-Marc Brignot
Comic done for Swedish Culinary Magazine Fool about a cult-french winemaker who tries to make wine on a small island in Japan.
Story of how an African trip was saved with the aid of the traveler's trusty wrench.
client: Popular Mechanics
Comic for Popular Mechanics on how a Stanley Saw saved the day.
A series of comics for Mental Floss magazine about different culture's creation myths.
comic about the beginnings of Uber.
client: Wired Magazine
I wrote and illustrated this piece on my usual ride.
client: The Ride Journal
Comic adaptation of the life of Ernest Hemingway.
Alexandria: Only The City Is Real
Comic account of author Lawrence Durrell's time in Egypt which inspired his famous Alexandria Quartet. Originally published in Strangeland Magazine.
Comic Legend Harvey Pekar helped me adapt two stories in Studs Terkel's classic book.
This is an excerpt from "the gravedigger".
Lost Boy of the Forest 'comic concept'
The boy has no name. He lives alone in a forest, dense with trees of colossal size. Whatever lays beyond this infinite wilderness, the boy has long since forgotten. Each day, the boy does battle with monsters. He brawls with beasts that fly, that crawl on millions of legs, some larger than skyscrapers. The boy has never lost. Each day he fights, the boy feels that he has purpose and he is happy. One day, he meets a girl, the only other human in all the forest. What this fragile, young girl is doing in a primal world of mindless violence, the boy does not know but it will change him forever.