Tuesday, August 25, 2009


Obama and his fellow scumbags want to bury the meaning of 9/11 in the name of something more "positive," "forward-leaning," and "productive." They want to officially make September 11 into a 'National Day of Service.' An Outrage among outrages. Here's the sick story.

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Beware the Trojan Camel

Mohammad is to be seen by Muslims as ''al-insan al-kamil" = "the perfect man." But all I see in the Arabic term, "al-insan al-kamil", is The Insane Camel.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009


William Howland, the hero of my first graphic novel, Table for One, which I refer to as "Dirty Harry as a Waiter."

Friday, August 14, 2009


Everyone feels, some of us...

Killian at work.

As cartoonist Alex Toth said, echoing Roy Crane:

"Think More, Draw Less."

Also, a hat tip to Steve Ditko's "THINK" sign around his workspace.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009


A rough panel of Frank Warner aka Pigman, from a moment in The Infidel.

For newcomers to my blog, this is a preliminary panel of a page from my upcoming graphic novel, The Infidel. It's of Frank Warner before he becomes the superhero Pigman, who in addition to being the Jihadist's worst nightmare, exploits the enemy's pigotry by wearing pigskin leather. I currently have available a collection of my blog work promoting The Infidel, which includes a number of essays on the threat we face, called ProPiganda: Drawing the Line Against Jihad, which mainly features Pigman ripping into the enemy in word and deed. Here's how I break down The Infidel:

A story about twin brothers, Killian Duke and Salaam Duka, whose Muslim background comes to the forefront of their lives on 9/11. Killian responds to the attacks by creating a counter-jihad superhero comic book called Pigman, as Salaam surrenders to Islam and becomes a Born Again Muslim, following the faith to wherever it leads him. The Pigman story is the comic book within the graphic novel that's a super echo of the main story.

Here's a look from ProPiganda at The Majors in The Infidel

So thanks for visiting, take a look around and leave your thoughts.

Friday, August 07, 2009


Sometimes, a piece is only as deep as its subject.

And one more thing, one who has constantly "acted stupidly" cannot accuse others of doing so.

Update: this image is available on t-shirts, posters, etc. at my cafepress store

Tuesday, August 04, 2009


Killian Duke, the hero of my graphic novel, The Infidel, who creates the superhero comic book, Pigman, in response to 9/11.