I've even written articles for Marvel, DC, Extreme, Valiant, Dark Horse, and other comicbook publishers.
I've also written a book or three (Trivia Mania: Commercials and Ads, Kiddie Meal Collectibles, as well as contributed to other books including Stan Lee’s How to draw Superheroes and Stan Lee’s Master Class).
Agent Unknown for Renegade Press. While it took me some 19 years to get back into writing comics, I did return to the field in 2006 in Psychosis #1 with my short story Never Judge a Book. Since then, I've gone to contribute stories to several small-press publishers including Main Enterprises, Red Anvil Comics, InDELLible, and others. I even produced three of my one comics for Pronto Comics; The Adventures of Hot Girl and Totally Hot Girl, First in Flight (The Story of Gustave Whitehead), and Perceptions (with more to come).
Needless to say (and for reasons I still don’t quite get) recently, a number of folks who run comicbook podcasts have chosen to interview me. Here are just some of the most recent interviews.
First up are the fine folks from Grawlix podcast:
Then Vera Sam interviewed me on his Catch the Craze podcast:
Next up were Ray Felix and Lance Mecaneck, on Bronx Heroes:
And most recently Michael Grassia and Miike Lopesz from IncrediCon Live interviewed me on their IncrediChat: