Debuting in May of 2019 from Dark Horse Comics, “Pros and Cons” is my first collaboration with author Adrienne Kress in a short story. We were brought together by Hope Nicholson of Bedside Press fame to bring this story of Adrienne’s first experience at a comic convention to life! I can’t wait for everyone to see it in May.
Spooks in Savannah
I published “Spooks in Savannah” in February of 2018. It tells the story of my time during high school living in a house with spirits, as well of the struggles that my brother faced with emerging mental illness. The two are not related by any means, however it was a difficult time in our lives that I felt needed to be told in comic form.
“Founded in 2013, Suspect Press is a Denver publishing company that blends the raw energy of zine culture with the editorial sharpness and commercial reach of mainstream publications.
Our quarterly arts and literature magazine features poetry, short stories, essays, comics and artwork primarily from Denver, Colorado, presented in a cleanly designed, vintage newsprint format, and delivered to various locations throughout the state. Suspect Press also publishes novels and comic books, and presents various music, literature and stand-up comedy events around the city.”
First published in 2016, Outré Veil is the story of May, a botanist in space who's sick of her job. When she abandons it to explore space, and happens upon the galaxy's greatest artifact. With no family to turn to, and with everyone wanting the artifact, May is in for the run of her life.
Pop Culture Classroom
Pop Culture Classroom is the children’s educational arm of Denver Pop Culture Con. In these two stories I was honored to tell the stories of two of Denver’s spotlights on history’s main stage. First was ADAPT’s massive protests to push the Americans with Disabilities Act. Second is the story of Denver’s own Hattie McDaniel, the first woman of color to win an Academy Award. These are both collected in Denver Pop Culture Con’s volume one and two of Pop Culture Classroom graphic novels respectively.
Multiple comics for anthologies, and for magazines like Suspect Press, & Pop Culture Classroom.
Written by Aubrey Sitterson, King Maul was our webcomic dedicated to the adventures of a space barbarian: Maul!