Three & the Historical Society : Volume Two
Three is returning in an all-new adventure.
I’m in the process of drawing a new Three story. It’s still the mid 80s in Cook Bay, BC, and they’re still The Historical Society, but Volume Two is a restart. What’s the same? What’s different? It’s time to find out.
Three & the Historical Society : Volume One
It is the 1980s.
Meet Three, a young, unconventional costumed hero for the post-modern world. Canadians, ex-pat Americans and other international adventurers have been gathered by Nuit Blanche in Cook Bay, BC to help Three fulfill his destiny.
Collecting the 1995 and 1997 stories and single pieces.
“…flows perfectly… the art is gorgeous: expressive faces and interesting angles and action that’s as colourful as a black & white comic can be.” – ZineWorld
“…a nifty-keen super hero adventure… i was abducted by its premises and when it ended i wanted to read more.” – cat yronwode : fit to print/CBG
“These are nifty publications… much success with such fine work!” – Mark Evanier
The Three Files
From the source materials.
The progression of Three from its beginnings to its possible future is laid out through sketches, notes and commentary that supplement the stories. The most complete look you’ll ever get.
Tucker Moon has just been drafted.
The Secret Society of Plane Folders wants him and he’s taking his cat and his best friend Oscar along for the ride as they explore the multiple realities of existence. Time Tunnel meets a twisted version of the Green Lantern Corps.
From the Archives
In 2010, I wrote a series of blog posts about my beginnings and early career in comics. Beyond the work, I also discussed what I went through as I was growing up and accepting the responsibilities of adulthood. I was often blunt and tried to be as honest as possible, even if it portrayed me in less than a flattering way. Here are the comics in chronological order, with links to their posts. The earliest work is pretty rough, and as you might expect, it got better over time.