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Need some last minute holiday gift ideas? Well then check out Hyphen Magazine's Holiday Gift Guide! You'll see a bunch of one-of-a-kind goodies, including Bumperboy products from yours truly!

There's a Bumperboy mention in this article, courtesy of SFist and the fine folks of The Isotope!

Bumperboy made it on a "Top 10 of 2005" list! Check out this list from Guy LeCharles Gonzalez, Senior Comics Editor of Buzzscope!

I participated in another roundtable discussion at the Buzzscope. This month's subject, "Flawed Diamond?" discusses the new policy of Diamond Comics Distributors that may affect many independent comics publishers.

There's a new item in the Bumperboy Shop! Check out the brand new, handmade marble magnets!

There's another review for Bumperboy Loses His Marbles! This time it is from Kerry Garvin of Bookshelf Comics.

I participated in a roundtable discussion over at the Buzzscope. Check out "Hype Will Eat Itself"...an article about marketing practices in the comics industry.

Got a review on the Movie Poopshoot's All Ages Column, by Tracy, Shelby & Sarah Edmunds!

And don't forget the Bumperboy book signing at the Super7 Store in SF this Saturday! Details below!

The Super Sticker Packs with Marble Pouch are now back in stock!! Buy them in the Bumperboy Shop!

I will be having a book signing at the Super7 Store in San Francisco on Saturday, September 3, from 3pm-6pm. Be sure to drop by!

Super7 Store
1630 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94115
Phone: Phone: 415.409.4700
Click for directions

I also have another review for you guys to check out...this time from Wil Moss of the Nashville City Paper.

Due to popular demand, the Borp t-shirts are now available in Unisex Small and Unisex Extra Large sizes! Check them out in the Bumperboy Shop.

Guess what...another review! This one is from Ian Brill of Comic Book Galaxy.

Do I sound like a broken record yet? Here is another review, this time from Randy Lander of the Fourth Rail!

Check out this review from Greg McElhatton over at iComics.com!

Wow, the reviews keep on coming! Here's a great review from Jamie S. Rich!

And here's another glowing review for Bumperboy Loses His Marbles! This time it is a joint review with Doug Fraser's Mort Grim from Shawn Hoke of "Past the Front Racks".

The pictures from San Diego Comic-Con 2005 are up!

Also, the Broken Frontier gives a review of Bumperboy Loses His Marbles!

The Buzzscope gives a review of the Bumperboy Loses His Marbles graphic novel! Here's a quote from the review: "You show me someone who wouldn't enjoy the adventures of Bumperboy, and I'll show you someone who needs a good punch in the face!"

I also need to mention that I will be at the San Diego Comic-Con this week, July 13-17. Be sure to visit us in the Small Press Area, booth #Q-16!

The collected edition of Bumperboy Loses His Marbles is here! Purchase it at your favorite comic book shop, or here, in the Bumperboy Shop.

Just found this podcast report about the MoCCA Art Fest 2005 from the Comic News Insider. They mention Bumperboy as one of their "5 things to check out"!

My interview with Sequential Tart is up! Also, I drew one of the two cover images for Sequential Tart as well! Mine is of the girl reading comics on the subway. Hooray!

Hey look, I've got a LiveJournal!

Ah, finally I am back from my trip to New York and MoCCA! It was a great show, great crowd, and of course, a lot of great new comics to read! Bumperboy got some new East Coast readers and even got the distinction of "BEST OF FEST" from Midtown Comics' Buzzscope! Yay!

Happy June, everybody! Just wanted to let you all know that I will be at the MoCCA Art Festival 2005 on June 11-12 in New York City. Drop by table #A-24 and say, "Hi!"

Bumperboy was listed on "Comics Worth Reading" May Previews list!

I will be on Fan Boy Radio's "May Indie Show" this Wednesday at 11am PST. And if you miss it, you can always listen to it later by purchasing the episode on their website. This is your chance to hear me speak like a blubbering idiot!

New Bumperpup sightings are posted! This time, we see Bumperpup on his trip to Southern California. He visits the Nickelodeon Studios, the awesome Nucleus store and gallery, and the Coachella Music Festival. Visit the Sightings Page to see all the action.

Another nice mention on the Hijinx Comics blog. Click here for the direct link.

Whoa! A whole lotta BumperLove from the Isotope! Click here!

The Xeric Award winning Bumperboy Loses His Marbles graphic novel is now in the May issue of Diamond Comic's Previews and featured as "Certified Cool"! If you're a retailer, order my book with Order Code MAY052383. If you're a consumer, ask your favorite comic book retailer to carry Bumperboy Loses His Marbles in their store!

BIG announcement!! Bumperboy has won the Xeric Grant! Hooray! With the Xeric Grant, the first Bumperboy graphic novel will be published this summer! More details to come...

For information about the Xeric Foundation, click here.

Bumperboy's latest minicomic, "First Day of School," is now available in the Bumperboy Shop! Also new in the shop, is a new set of buttons! This set features the Onomatopeople...plus, they glow in the dark!

Bumperboy just made it back from Trinidad and Tobago! Where is Trinidad & Tobago, you ask? Well, it is just off the northern coast of Venezuela. The sightings page has all the pictures!

And remember, the Alternative Press Expo (APE) is coming up soon in San Francisco! Be sure to check out booth #444 for new Bumperboy goodies! All the info can be found at http://www.comic-con.org/ape/.

The Bumperboy sightings keep pouring in! This time, Bumperboy visits New York City. Check out the latest in the sightings page!

Also, for those of you in the United Kingdom, Bumperboy comics and merchandise will soon be available at the Here Shop in Bristol.

While Bumperboy visited Oxford and Amsterdam last month, Bumperpup got to romp around Paris! You can see the new pictures in the sightings page!

As for the newest Bumperboy minicomic, it is almost complete! It is tentatively titled, "First Day of School."

New Bumperboy sightings are posted! He recently visited Oxford, England as well as Amsterdam!

Also, the Bumperboy minicomics have been reviewed at the Poopsheet.

The next Bumperboy adventure is currently in the works! I haven't figured out the title yet, but it involves Bumperboy and his friends' remembering their first day of school...and they aren't good memories either!

Also, the Bumperboy minicomics have been added to the Optical Sloth store! They have a large selection of hard-to-find small press comics, plus a ton of reviews to plow through.

And, be sure to check out Nucleus Gallery's current exhibition: The Ninja Show! I've got a block print in the show, so take a peek!