Monday, September 03, 2012

From Wikipedia:

Kolchak: The Night Stalker is an American television series that aired on ABC during the 1974-1975 season. It featured a fictional Chicago newspaper reporter—Carl Kolchak, played by Darren McGavin—who investigates mysterious crimes with unlikely causes, particularly ones law enforcement authorities won't pursue. Often these crimes involve some element of the supernatural or science fiction, such as fantastical creatures.


Eric Palicki 's new book in progress.

Her is the final art colored by Kyle Parker!

Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Beryl Coronet

Part five.

In the August 2012 issue of A Sandusky Bay Journal.

This will be the last issue of The Journal.

I have valued my time in the Sandusky Bay.

Joe Kubert, A Personal Hero...
It has taken me three weeks to say my good byes to Joe.
I re-read the entire Enemy Ace stories as well as the original five issues of Ragman (my favorite DC Comics character).
As many of you know, Joe Kubert was a hero of mine. I attended the Kubert School starting back in 1997.
I illustrated this image of Ragman, created by Kubert and Kanigher in 1976 (my born the same year), to commemorate his life and influence on me.
Have a good rest Joe, you have earned it.
From the New York Times:
Influential Comic-Book Artist
Joe Kubert Dies at 85.

  The cause was multiple myeloma, his son Adam said.

Mr. Kubert, who first plied his trade as a teenager in the 1930s and continued drawing in the hospital during his final illness, was among the last of the generation of comic-book illustrators whose work helped define the genre in the years before World War II.

“He’s the longest-lived continuously important contributor to the field,” Paul Levitz, a former president of DC Comics, said in an interview on Monday. “There are two or three of the greats left, but he’s definitely one of the last.”

Mr. Kubert (pronounced CUE-bert) was most closely associated with DC, for whom he drew Sgt. Rock, a World War II infantryman he created with the writer Robert Kanigher, and Hawkman, an airborne crime fighter. He also created Tor, a prehistoric hero, and, with Mr. Kanigher, Enemy Ace, whose antihero is a German pilot.

In addition, Mr. Kubert was considered one of the definitive interpreters of Tarzan.

Through the Kubert School, an academy in Dover, N.J., that he founded with his wife, Muriel, in 1976, Mr. Kubert helped train a generation of young colleagues. The country’s only accredited trade school for comic-book artists, it enrolls students from around the world in a three-year program; well-known graduates include Amanda Conner, Tom Mandrake, Rags Morales and Timothy Truman.

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Sunday, September 02, 2012

Teeth Preview

Teeth:  A Preview

Here is a penciled page from an upcoming issue.
Come check out the web comic written by Eric Palicki(, Illustrated by J. Christopher Greulich(, and colored by Kyle Parker(

Read our first two full stories now!

Teeth: I Dig Your Grave.

Teeth: The Last Hound of God.

Check them out!

The next instalment of Teeth coming soon!