(2019) Chronicling a thirty year work history, Workin' Stiff re-examines the good, the bad and the ugly of making a living from my humble days at Taco Bell to becoming a (somewhat) in-demand freelancer.
Hot Dog Water
(2018) Past and parent come together in this second annual comic diary. As always there's a healthy dose of monstrous caricatures, flights of free associative fancy and funny animals.
More Comics About Bicycles and Life
(2018) Sketchbook, memoir and anthology comics.
Black Sheep #4
(2018) Q: what is the “happy place” for a grade A music nerd like Ivan? A: a record party! “Aja” is a trip through 90s nostalgia- the record stores, punk shows and mall-driven subcultures with a dollop of depravity.
Black Sheep #3
(2013) "Viva Barancas" It's all strippers, drunk driving and clowns as Ivan and Fazul enjoy a boy's night out
Black Sheep #2
(2006) "Neighborhood of the Beast",
"Da Ballz", fan favorite "Circus Peanut" and "12.8.80", a recollection of John Lennon's assassination from an 8-year olds perspective.
Black Sheep #1
(2004) Features "Neighborhood of the Beast". Set in the endless, beach-side suburban sprawl of Southern California our hero, ersatz novelist and musicologist Ivan, goes apartment hunting and ends up on the wrong side of the tracks. Also, our favorite alien and intergalactic sightseer Tozoa (B'Nau 5000) returns in "Walkabout".
(2014) A collection of warmup sketches using mugshots
(2012) With assassinations, massacres and trials of the dead, Infallible explores the dark recesses of the papacy. Infallible revisits some of the most perplexing, reviled and infamous characters in history. Includes the incredible Cadaver Synod.
(2016) At the turn of the century when racial prejudice wasn't just accepted, it was encoded in the law, forgotten hero Marshall "Major" Taylor broke the color line. A wheelman and racer without peer, Taylor's faith, integrity and discipline preserved him. He was a World Champion and his story continues to inspire.
Drawn & Quarterly will release a full 250 page biography of Taylor in 2023. Watch my Instagram for progress and updates.
(2015) Blood, sweat
and beers! A sketchbook-memoir of 2007's AIDS/Lifecycle
ride from San Francisco to LA.
(2012) Collected works ca. 2007-2011. Includes a work encounter with a future celebrity "When The Levi Breaks", a near-death experience "Velo-Monk", and of course, cholos engaged in mini-golf "Golfito".
(2013) A selection from my run as editorial illustrator for the SF Weekly 2009-2013
(2004) A whacky space-race with Tazoa
(2004) A man, a woman, another man and a double-homicide. Creep was inspired by Southern Gothic Blues.
Mantequilla del Pato
(2004) The Jam Comic from Hell with the inimitable Trevor Alixopulos. Down and dirty with no holes barred, this surreal tale features escargot, a menagerie of degenerates and a giant, murderous, talking bird.
(2003) A brooding rumination on the solitary and nihilistic, but not without a sense of humor!