Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Sorry, Been AFK Playing Video Games...

Anyone who's watched Motorcity, Megas or Downtown knows I loves me some vidja games, so when Riot Games came a-calling, I just couldn't say no to working with the team behind the most popular PC game in the world.

So I apologize for the lack of updates, been busy playing League of Legends...

Friday, March 30, 2012

First Motorcity Trailer

The first transport is AWAY! Disney has released the first official Motorcity trailer online. Showcasing the premier episode, written by yours truly, it should give you a good taste of the mayhem to come. Enjoy!

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Take a Motorcity: Drive for Frees...

In anticipation of Motorcity's premiere next month, Disney released a free gaming app. It's pretty bad-ass. You can fight robots...

Monday, March 12, 2012

Motorcity - April 30th - Disney XD - Be there

So it's official - more down than Downtown, and more mega than Megas, Motorcity is coming to Disney XD on April 30th. If you want to see what we've be up to for the past two years, tune in.

Here's the link and official synopsis:

"This animated series, set in a futuristic Detroit after it has been purchased and built into Detroit Deluxe by evil billionaire Abraham Kane, premieres MONDAY, APRIL 30 on Disney XD. Kane, having banned personal freedoms including automobile transportation, is ultimately challenged by a group of rebels, The Burners, led by 17-year-old Mike Chilton. The Burners retreat to an underground city, customize their fleet of hot rods and pursue their quest to stop Kane from taking over the world. “Motorcity” is executive-produced and directed by noted producer Chris Prynoski (“Metalocalypse”). Craig Lewis (“Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends”) is the story editor and John O’Bryan (“Avatar: The Last Airbender”) and George Krstic (“Star Wars: Clone Wars”) are the writers. The series voice cast is Reid Scott, Nate Torrence, Kate Micucci, Kel Mitchell, Jess Harnell, Brian Doyle Murray, Jim Breuer and Mark Hamill. 'Motorcity' is a production of Robin Red Breast, Inc. and Disney Television Animation."

Friday, December 16, 2011

Anime Conji 2012

I'll be speaking on a few panels at Anime Conji in March. Should be fun. And nerdy. But mostly nerdy. Prizes for best Megas cosplay!

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Occupy Comics!

Very proud to be taking part in my pal, Matt Pizzolo's ("Godkiller") new project Occupy Comics: Click on the link and help up fight the good fight! A little info from the Kickstarter site:

What is OCCUPY COMICS and what makes it so special?

Unless you're living under a rock, you've heard about the Occupy Wall Street movement that has spread across the country and around the world. We believe this is an incredibly unique movement that transcends the usual partisan gridlock and could have a profound affect on all our futures. Even if it dissolves completely, it has changed the conversation in the country and around the world in a way that deserves to be remembered.

Ok, but what's this book?

This book is intended to be a time capsule of the passions and emotions driving the movement. We are comic book & graphic novel artists and writers who've been inspired by the movement and hope to tell the stories of the people who are out there putting themselves at risk for an idea. What is that idea? Most of the media will tell you the idea is a vague and befuddled mess, but movements don't coalesce around vague, befuddled messes. We hope that through the medium of comics we can share some of the ideas and experiences driving this movement.

Does it actually support the protest movement?

YES! This isn't *just* about art and time capsules, it's also about direct action.

All of the writers, artists, business executives, and the publisher are being paid to produce this book... and they ALL are donating 100% of their revenue (not profits, but ALL monies they receive) to the occupiers. They want to support the movement through the winter by providing warm clothes, heaters and bathrooms if possible, and other amenities. For a more detailed breakdown on how the money will flow from pledges to production of the book to the protesters, visit www.occupycomics.com and check out the blueprint.

Who is participating?

The starting lineup (in alphabetical order) is:

Charlie Adlard (The Walking Dead)
Marc Andreyko (Manhunter)
Susie Cagle (Notes on Conflict, arrested at Occupy Oakland)
Kevin Colden (I Rule the Night, Grimm's Fairy Tales)
Molly Crabapple (Dr. Sketchy's)
Tyler Crook (Petrograd, B.P.R.D.)
J.M. DeMatteis (Justice League, Spider-Man, Imaginalis)
Joshua Dysart (Swamp Thing, The Unknown Soldier)
Zoetica Ebb (Biorequiem.com)
Joshua Hale Fialkov (I Vampire, Tumor)
Brea Grant (We Will Bury You, Suicide Girls)
Zane Grant (We Will Bury You, Suicide Girls)
Joe Keatinge (Hell Yeah, Glory, Brutal)
Ales Kot (upcoming projects w/ Image Comics & DC Ent)
George Krstic (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Megas XLR)
Joseph Michael Linsner (Dawn)
Patrick Meaney (Grant Morrison: Talking With Gods)
Mark L. Miller (Luna, Nanny & Hank)
Caleb Monroe (Batman: Fearless, Hunter's Fortune)
B. Clay Moore (Hawaiian Dick, Superman Confidential)
Amancay Nahuelpan-Bustamante (Hijos de P)
Steve Niles (30 Days of Night, Batman: Gotham County Line)
Matt Pizzolo (Godkiller)
Steve Rolston (Ghost Projekt, Queen & Country)
Riley Rossmo (Proof, Cowboy Ninja Viking)
Douglas Rushkoff (Testament, media theorist)
Tim Seeley (Hack/Slash, Witchblade)
Simon Spurrier (2000 AD, X-Men: Curse of the Mutants)
Ben Templesmith (30 Days of Night, Fell)
Ronald Wimberly (MF GRIMM: Sentences)