These are some of the comics that I write and self publish.
American Chop Suey
American Chop Suey is an epic adventure story, the likes of which has never been seen before, except for maybe Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Dragonball Z, Little House on the Prairie… okay, lots of epic stories have been seen before... Regardless, we promise you will thrill to the adventures of Tofu, a mild mannered rabbit on a quest of self improvement with no intentions of getting caught up in a wild adventure involving ninjas, wrestling bears, flying tree houses, scrap book conventions, and an evil ferret.
In a post apocalyptic world overrun by dinosaurs, a young woman named Sumi searches for a legendary warrior known as The Birdlander. Believing that he is hiding in the last surviving metropolis, she travels to the great walled city of East Astrubellum, but she soon learns that she’s not exactly welcome.
Written by Aaron Walther Illustrated by Edwin B. Bickford III
Printed book available in the store.
Zero's Heroes is a superhero comedy about a group of underdogs making their way in a city already home to the world's most powerful heroes. It was originally serialized as a webcomic at newhavencomics.com. It is now available as free pdf downloads right here.
Illustrated by Sergio Apodaca, Chris McJunkin, Sara Rude, and Joie Simmons.
Spinning out of Zero's Heroes, The Uncontrollable Wreck-Lass is an all ages graphic novel detailing Wreck-Lass' solo school adventures. Because of her unbelievable strength, Wreck-Lass is sent to a school where she can learn to socialize with other super powered kids her own age as well as get an education. Wreck-Lass soon gets the typical superhero life she's always wanted when she has to learn to balance her school work and social life with chasing down bad guys. Illustrated by Sara Rude.
The Amoral Stingray is a superhero comic about mild mannered teenage Duncan Daniels, who, after receiving amazing powers, devotes his life to becoming a fearsome super villain known as The Stingray. A perpetual outsider in high school, Duncan is happy to find acceptance in the villain community as The Stingray. But it's not long before his double life leads to social complications and a crisis of morality. Three issues have been published and are available for download as free pdf's right here. The fourth and final issue is coming soon.
Illustrated by Kevin D. Bandt, Alex Harner, and Chris McJunkin. Colors by Teo Gonzalez.
Muscles & Mullets
Muscles & Mullets is a far out space comedy about two brothers running an intergalactic detective agency. Bolt Nova, partnered with his brother Crash, take on any weird case that comes their way, just so long as they can remember to get paid. Two stories have appeared in SCIENCE HERO.
Illustrated by Grant Perkins & colored by JAMWAH, with additional colors by Owen Watts
King of the Road
King of the Road is a young adult novella about Chesterton T. Cat, an overweight house cat who gets locked out of his house and finds himself on a journey of self discovery. Along the way, he meets up with other neighborhood animals.
Science Hero is a science fiction anthology comic that has featured 4 different serials, Time Agent Z, Muscles & Mullets, Relative Space, and Dogtown. Each issue contains 3 short stories all written by Aaron Walther. Illustrated by various talented artists such as Chris McJunkin, Grant Perkins, Joie Simmons, and Kevin Bandt. Available in both digital and physical issues.
Knockout is a tribute to the "fighting" genre of video games where seemingly normal people are randomly selected to compete in a magical tournament in order to win their happiness. These eight pages are part of the original pitch for a planned 8 issue series.
Co-created and penciled by Alex Harner Inked by Chris McJunkin