My first creator-owned book was a little thing called GravyBoy. It’s the book that put me on the other side of the table at conventions. Writer Marty Blevins and I did the convention rounds lugging four issues of the series around from show to show. Eventually we attempted to self-publish through Diamond and another distributor. Not only was it an expensive experiment it also taught me that self-publishing is not for the faint of heart.
Every once in a while someone at a show will ask me about it. Maybe I’ll revisit the character one day. Back when I drew GravyBoy I was a different artist (as in, I was horrible) and today I thought I’d see what he looks like when I draw him now. Apparently he looks like this: