Nightcrawler #7 on sale this week and Twitter contest

NIGHTCRAWLER #7  is on sale this week. It hits the stores on Wednesday, Oct 8th.
I’m running a sketch retweet contest* on my Twitter account. Click on the link to this TWEET and click “RETWEET” for a chance to win this original Amazing X-Men #1 sketch cover art piece.
On Friday, Oct 10th, one (1) “retweeter” of that tweet will be randomly chosen to win this Amazing X-Men #1 sketch cover art piece (autographed and personalized to the winner).

Check out the NIGHTCRAWLER #7  preview on Comic Vine!
This issue is our special Death of Wolverine tie-in. Even thought the final issue of Death of Wolverine is delayed, our tie-in issue will still ship on time. NIGHTCRAWLER #7 is more about Nightcrawler dealing with the loss of his best friend. (Or you can get NIGHTCRAWLER #7 this week and read it after Death of Wolverine #4 releases.)

Thanks for participating and for reading Nightcrawler!
Good luck!




























(*This contest is run solely by me and not affiliated with Marvel Comics in any way.)

Wolverine. C2E2 Charity Art Auction.

Wolverine. Copic Sketch markers on 11×17 Bristol Board.
My contribution to the C2E2 2014 St Jude’s Charity Auction for Sat night April 26, 7:30-9:30pm.

Pigma Micron markers and Copic Sketch Markers.
Learn more about COPIC markers at


Marvel has just officially announced  the new Nightcrawler series I’ll be drawing and it is written by legendary X-Men writer, Chris Claremont!

Claremont’s Uncanny X-Men #193 was the first issue that started me on my path to being a regular comic collector… And an X-Men fan! I grew up reading Chris Claremont’s X-Men (and X-Men related comics).

So now getting to draw one of my all-time favorites, Nightcrawler, on a monthly basis is a childhood dream come true!
I got the call from Marvel editor, Daniel Ketchum, offering me the series around the holidays. I’ve felt like a kid on Christmas morning ever since!

Here are some of my initial character studies I have been working on to getting an even better feel for these characters. I’ve been referencing my favorite Nightcrawler artists: Dave Cockrum, John Byrne, Paul Smith, Art Adams, Alan Davis, etc. as well was what my pal, Ed McGuinness, has been doing with Nightcrawler in Amazing X-Men, to honor what has been done with the fuzzy blue elf as well as put my own flavor on it.
Stay tuned and subscribe to the RSS feed for more sketches and info as we head towards our April 2014 launch date!