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If you didn’t get to read issue #1 of this series, you may not be able to imagine why I’m pushing an issue #2 Kickstarter. It’s simple. It’s because it’s awesome. Aliens, underground bases and more…How can you resist? Honestly, if you love creative comics done with great art, this book is one that you want to check out. Don’t miss it. Head over to Kickstarter to pledge today! Less than 2 weeks left!Read More
Every conspiracy ever is real. These guys don’t want you to know that.
Marcus has been working at the secret underground base under Dulce, New Mexico for a short time now. When he and investigative reporter Maria Garza are pulled into a whole new realm of existence within the base, it’s up to the two of them to figure out an escape. The latest story blows the base wide open for the reader to explore, with an expanded cast, and a brand new menace!
If that doesn’t sound absolutely like something you need to read, I just don’t know what to say…No, wait. I do. Go check out the 6 page preview on the Kickstarter page and let it change your mind. This is one project that you really need to get your fingers and eyes on. Didn’t get issue #1? So? Get it now alongside issue #2!Read More
Co-writer/Creator: Eric J Cockrell
Co-writer/Creator: Gene Hoyle
Pencils/Inks: Greg Woronchak
Colors: Avery Ferdinand
Letterer: Michael Waggoner
Editor: Chuck Pineau
Release Date: Currently on Kickstarter
Strange things are said to occur two miles below the surface of the Archuleta Mesa in Dulce, New Mexico at the mysterious Dulce Base. Is it everything they say, or is it worse?
Marcus begins his first day at the mysterious base. With reptilians, fear deities, chimera, monsters, and a variety of races of aliens as friends; who needs enemies? Well, of course there’s one of those too!
If you know either of the creators of this comic, you’ll have seen all of the hype that they’ve been building up over the past few months...Read More
In the late 90s I began doing some promotional marketing work for local Chicago musicians. I also ran a popular fansite for (the recently disbanded) Smoking Popes. The site tracked the projects the various members were involved in, and kept track of the efforts to release the last of their recordings.
Around that time, I became friends with Mike Felumlee, who was previously the drummer for Smoking Popes and at the time was drumming for Alkaline Trio. More importantly, Mike was owner of Double Zero Records and put out many record releases and promoted some really great bands.
When Mike, and a couple other members of Smoking Popes reunited in 2001 as a Christian band called “Duvall,” I became their webmaster, and as I was sometimes referred to, their “Fifth Beatle...Read More