It’s Wednesday, Albert and Gerty have their lunches packed. Packed full of ADVENTURE, that is!

Showing off Albert’s domestic life is something that’s important to me, especially since it gives us a chance to look at our own lives on Earth through a new set of eyes. Eyes that have never seen the things we see every day – like packing a lunch for school.

We will get many more examples of Albert’s domestic life in later adventures, but this is one of many examples to come.

Until next update, gang!


My last show of the year is Wizard World Chicago. It’s my top-selling show of the year, and I’ll be in Artist Alley (E4) selling books, art, sketch cards, commissions, and a bunch of other stuff. My other creative half, Gabriel Bautista, will also be on hand selling his awesome art and sketch cards.

We’ll be in a row with fellow comic creators (and all around awesome guys) Russell Lissau (Shrek, Strawberry Shortcake), Steve Horton (Amala’s Blade), and Jim McClain (Solution Squad).

Additionally, I have a panel on Thursday – my first Wizard World panel! Below are the details of the panel:

DAY: Thursday
ROOM: 42
WHAT’S IT ABOUT: This panel looks at whether art is birthed from spontaneity or through crafted structure along with what obstacles can inhibit creativity, and any keys that exist to unleashing creative expression.