Nameless and the Scientist; book 2; The Halcyon Lake.

Softcover| 72 full colour pages | B5 | perfect bound | 25 USD + s/h I Self published| Limited run

Online Preorders are open here!

This book covers the second chapter of Nameless and the Scientist. It is a story of past friends, present foes and of the wishes and rules that govern the world.

I will also be reprinting Nameless And the Scientist; Book 1. Preorder Book 1

You can preorder in a bundle set; and receive 3 A5 Nameless and the Scientist art prints free with every order. Preorder Book 1 & 2 Set.

This is a limited print run, so please preorder to guarantee yourself a copy! I’ll also be selling this book at TCAF in May!  Do drop by for a chat, I’d love to meet you in person if you can make it! If you’re collecting from my table at TCAF, please check that option at shipping, otherwise please check ‘standard worldwide shipping’

Books will ship in late May/Early June 2016

(You can also read the prologue at my site

Original art by Jovo Ve for COMICS VS. GAMES Gallery at this year’s TCAF!

COMICS VS GAMES 2 GALLERY: Mark the date, time, and location: Thursday, May 9th at 7pm, at Comics Vs. Games’ new home, Bento Miso. The address is #100 – 862 Richmond St W, just a block or so south of Queen St W in downtown Toronto. Did I mention that there will be plenty of pizza and beer? Plus how it’s totally free? And is there a Facebook event page? But of course.

Full Event Info at the Bento Miso Site

This event is a part of TCAF, The Toronto Comic Arts Festival. TCAF takes place May 11-12, 2013, in Toronto, Canada. More at


Doodles of some fun memories from TCAF! (◕‿◕✿) 

I had such a fun time in Toronto. My entire experience was basically just hanging out with all the most charming and delightful people in the art world!!! I had such a wonderful time hanging out with all of you, seriously you guys, it was like Tumblr and Twitter came to Real Life and everything was beautiful.

Wish I could draw every adorable thing that happened but there were too many and oops I’m lazy


JEN TONG is coming to TCAF!

Jen Tong’s world is one that takes the old addage “If life gives you lemons–” and stops for a few years to imagine what might that look like, how these lemons present themselves, whether life gave them to us, or us to them. More fantastical ponderings await the reader of one of her many hand screen-printed and bound minicomics, plenty of which will be available to grab at this year’s TCAF!

“Jen Tong hails from the Bay Area and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY…” - Full Bio at TCAF site

Artist’s Website:

TCAF is The Toronto Comic Arts Festival, taking place May 11-12, 2013, in Toronto, Canada. More at


Hi everyone! I’m going to TCAF with these two new books!

The first is baby., the first part in a story of a young vampire and their sister. The book is 6x8.5", 24 pages, B&W interior, $15. This was absolutely a labor of love for me, so I hope that those that get to pick it up enjoy it!

And the second is Milkworld, a collection of drawings and illustrations over the past year. The book is 8.5x11, 48 pages, B&W and color interior, $25. (I also have a short instagram video with more previews if anyone is interested.)

I have limited quantities of both books, but will also have them available at Fanime in San Jose later in May.

I’ve gotten some questions about online orders, and while I hope to make online orders available eventually, I won’t be able to realistically ship anything until June, so please stay tuned for more news on that if you are still interested! Thank you so much and I hope to see you at the show!


Here are a bunch of sneak peeks of the interior art of Comfort Food Zine! You can still back the Indiegogo campaign and get a digital copy of the 92-page zine for only $5! The zine features the work of 35 artists and includes beautiful illustrations and recipe comics ranging from homemade pizza to coffee cake to classic BLTs! You can also pre-order for TCAF and VanCAF!

Art by James Howard, Jessi Zabarsky, Jade Feng Lee, Miranda Harmon, Morgan Shandro, Ian Lawrence, Johanna Gustaffson, Elliot Lange, in order.

‘You can keep your bearings by fixing your eyes on a single point’, explains the Scientist.

While Nameless agreed that this sounded rather sensible, it also seemed to be missing the larger picture. To which the Scientist replies, 'You’d rather be sick?’


I’ll be at TCAF this weekend at Booth #168, with the Spera crew, sharing table space with amazing creators Kyla Vanderklugt, Afu Chan and Josh Tierney!

I’ll also be carrying copies of Nameless and the Scientist Book 1 and various prints; please do drop by for a chat!