Showing posts from January, 2011



What He's Saying Now

Yes, I have to document everything.

for C.O.


It was not my fault


The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get

Oh, here's a neat item! Chris Maunter, of Comic Book Resources's Robot 6 column, includes Whirlwind on the list of The Six Most Criminally Ignored Books of 2010!

View the article here.

Do yourself a favor and check out the book because "ignoring" things can be quite dangerous sometimes. Take it from Mike Douglas.

Diamond Life

Exciting news in Rina Doodle/Whirlwind HQ!

Whirlwind Wonderland as well as Chris Cilla's remarkable The Heavy Hand, Jason Shiga's unforgettable Bookhunter and Aron Nels Steinke super-powered Neptune are in the current Diamond Previews! So please make sure to tell your favorite comic shop or bookstore to order our books!

View the interview with Sparkplug god, Dylan Williams, about the books.

i'm beginning the new year NOW!


2010 Favorite Comic Things

2010 was a great year to read some comics. So since I myself am not drawing comics at the moment because I have the post holiday blues, I am going to compile a little list of the favorite comics I read this year. I have to tell you, though, I didn't read as much as I should have (like Acme #20 or Wally Gropius or Picture This! ), so of course this is not an authoratative list. Also, let's face it, I am not an authority. I am a follower. Anyway, here's a list of my favorites.

Love and Rockets, New Stories #3 by Los Bros Hernandez.
Definitely my favorite volume in the series so far. Gilbert continues to push the envelope while Jaime's story haunted me for days and days. Probably the best story I have read in 2010.

Market Day by James Sturm, who after all his time schooling those kids at the Center of Cartoon Studies in White River Junction (As Bing once said, "That sounds very Vermonty!") got the chance to finally release a new book. And it's wonderful. It'…