An enamel pin based on Grand Moff Tarkin’s medallion


Ever spent so much time searching for a thing, that you finally decided to just make it for yourself? I’m a big Star Wars fan and really wanted a high quality enamel pin based Grand Moff Tarkin’s imperial uniform. So I finally made some.

Tarkin is one of my all-time favorite Star Wars characters, and the medallion on his uniform is one of those things that people instantly notice, but can’t quite place where it’s from. A few months ago, I made an illustration and color palette based on this uniform, but I’m super stoked to be able to finally WEAR it.

I’m selling these Grand Moff Tarkin enamel pins on my Gumroad page. You can pick up a copy of my Far Away comic while you are there too.


I’m reading my two newest comic books at Lit Crawl This Saturday


I spent last weekend at Mission Comics creating my 12th (or possibly 13th?) 24 Hour Comic Book. This year’s book is called “Flies On Mars” and is about the pioneering spirit of fruit flies. I’ll talk more about that book in another update, but I just wanted to let y’all know that I’ll be reading two of my newest comic books, “Flies on Mars” and “Far Away” at Mission Comics next Saturday as part of the Lit Crawl.

If all goes well, I’ll have physical copies of Far Away for sale too. Come and watch.

A reading of original comics’ works while cartoonists stand semi-awkwardly in front of a screen projection of said works.
Saturday October 15, 2016 7:15pm – 8:15pm
Mission Comics & Art 2250 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110


My new comic, Far Away, is live now on Kickstarter!

I’m really stoked to say that my newest comic book, Far Away, is now live on Kickstarter. You can support it here.

The book tells the story of a courageous young girl stuck on a distant planet with a military robot. It was hugely influenced by the opening scene of The Empire Strikes Back. Basically I wanted to know what happened to some of the the imperial probe droids that didn’t land on Hoth. This book is the result. I’m really proud of it and now I’m trying to raise funds to pay the colorist for his work. Any help would appreciated!