Saturday, July 24, 2010

Egalitarian

"To understand the meaning and motives of egalitarianism, project it into the field of medicine. Suppose a doctor is called to help a man with a broken leg and, instead of setting it, proceeds to break the legs of ten other men, explaining that this would make the patient feel better; when all these men become crippled for life, the doctor advocates the passage of a law compelling everyone to walk on crutches—in order to make the cripples feel better and equalize the “unfairness” of nature.

If this is unspeakable, how does it acquire an aura of morality—or even the benefit of a moral doubt—when practiced in regard to man’s mind?"

- Ayn Rand

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Friday, July 23, 2010

Sunday, July 18, 2010

PIGMAN's 1st Appearance in Print

Before THE INFIDEL #1 hits in digital form at the end of summer, the first print appearance of Pigman is available in my collection,

 The book is a collection of illustrations, cartoons & essays that serves as a preview for The Infidel, a story about twin brothers whose Muslim background comes to the forefront of their lives on 9/11. One responds by creating a counter-jihad superhero comic book called Pigman, as the other fully submits to Islam. Their separate paths inevitably brings them back together into an escalating conflict that is echoed by Pigman's battle against his arch enemy, SuperJihad.The book is square-bound, 9 x 11, 128 pages, 75 in color, the rest black & white for $20. I slip in an Original index card sketch of Pigman if you order directly from me.
 
Front Cover 
Back Cover

If you want to see the enemy get it, get this book.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

(S)PINHEAD

My latest at News Real Blog on MR. Spin himself.
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Pigman Hits Airwaves Sunday Night

I'm going to be on Chuck Devore's radio program this Sun., 9-10pm West coast time on KFI radio to talk about my upcoming graphic novel, The Infidel.

For new visitors, The Infidel is 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. Their divergent paths inevitably lead them into an escalating conflict, which is echoed by Pigman's battle against his arch enemy, SuperJihad.

Tune in on Sun. to hear more about it.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010