Friday, September 28, 2007


Only a few days left to order FULL MOON CRAZE from your local comic book shop.
Help us poor boys beat out a DC or Marvel Title. Order copies for your friends and family.
Makes a great Christmas Present. Good for lining your bird cage, Wrapping fish or whatever your imagination will allow.

For every copy sold a cat will eat for one more day. Hey I tried...

So order often, these will be collectibles soon.
...End of shameless Plug.....


Thursday, September 20, 2007

Mi Amigo Jesus!

This is from his Blog. There is a link on the right side of this page to it.

SKETCHBOOK 2007-2008!
In case you are interested to pre order it let me know at: jarthernandez @ gmail . com.
Please write in the head of the letter SKETCHBOOK 2007-2008 to open it in case you do not write that I have to erase the mail..
3 dollars for the sketchbook with my signature and 5 dollars with a sketch, In case you order the sketchbook in the following two weeks what I will do is this If you buy a 3 dollar piece you will get a sketch in pencil and If you order the 5 dollar piece I will ink the piece..sounds like a nice deal!
I will load in a couple of days all the info to get it EVERYWEHERE!!
So stay tuned!
And thank you so much in advance!

So Check him out at

Bye for now....Jimmy...

Monday, September 10, 2007

Baltimore Comic-Con 2007

Well The 2007 Baltimore Comic-Con was bigger this year but with more no-shows.

It was still a good show and the promoter does a nice job with a very efficient staff.

Cesar, Ace, Rusty and I set up on Friday and Met a lot of the Inkwell Crew.

Al Feldstein was there from Montana. Al was a brush man back in the MAD days and was one of the Editors of Mad that put it on the map. He was a very nice guy and a hot ticket.

Don "the Duckman" Rosa was hawking his wares as well. I love his Duck work. He is all tech pen and does a super job with his stories. He was busy from start to finish.

Mark McKenna had his "Banana Tail" set up and his Comics Buyers Guide Cover with Billy Tucci was really a hit with the people I talked to. Mark is one great guy.

Jim Califiore was there with his art and doing sketches. Jim is good with pencil or quill.

Cesar was busy for the two days with sketches and I inked a couple of them for people that stopped by.

Serigio was swamped with people. Who doesn't love "Groo" or the Mad Marginals.

Another inkweller, Cully Hamer was there as well. Nice art huh! Cully does great work.

Jim Starlin was there signing and he liked our book as well. Jim is a great Guy and I can't wait to see his new DC stuff. He will be finishing up his "Kid Cosmos" as well.

Mark Sparacio was there with his incredible art. Here he is holding a peice that Billy Tucci posed for. Mark also finished the cover to issue #1 of the upcoming "Sgt." Rock series along with Billy Tucci. Here are some of the Inkwell members, (L to R) Cesar Feliciano, Bill Meiggs(rear), Norman Lee, Neil Volkes, and Me. These are a great bunch of guys and Bill is a great inker. Norman is not only a great inker but one heck of an artist. Neil is "Da Bomb".

Another Inkweller and one third of the Taco Trio (Andy, Tom Nguyen and Keith Champagne), Andy Smith was there Doing nice commissions and signing.

Here he is...Franchesco! He sold his sketch books out the first day so I missed buying one. He is such a talented artist and a great guy.

My "Full Mon Craze" Posse, Ace Masters (Publisher), Rusty Bartlett (Editor) and Cesar Feliciano (my favorite penciler).
Rusty was selling autographs for $1.00 each for sodas.

Parting Shot. Darth Vader and a minion enjoying a copy of "Full Moon Craze".

Brandon Wasn't able to make it as well as a few others so that stunk. But it was a great show and very productive. We enjoyed the people and sold a lot of books.

Jim Lee and a lot of others were there and they do wonderful work but they are not on the inkwell so...

See you next time.

Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Cats, Cats and more cats...

Just thought I would post a picture I took yesterday, of one of my newer cats (had her a year now). She has a heart murmer and so no one wanted her. Can you believe that. She is a Devonshire Rex, and I guess she won't have any hair, because they usually have it by now. They are extremely warm so in the winter every cat in the house piles on top of her. And she is really animated when she moves.

People think because she has an ET face that she is strange but we love the little tyke.

Also here is a photo of My old Timberwolf Jack, I just found today. This is in Lynn Wood Reservation. We used to run there a lot. I miss him. His granddaughter is now about twelve and not going to be around much longer, she is the last of his line. She has Shepard in her though. Jack got frisky with a shepard we had when we were not looking. Lycos (grandaughter) has been a great pet and we lost her playmate Kyle a couple of months ago. they were close in age and he was a Huge Lab mix with a heart of gold.

Anyway just killing time while no one is here.


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