Wednesday, December 19, 2012


What The Hair.

Here's another random panel from Wednesday. No, Wednesday is not having a bad hair day. That's fashion. (She gets it under control a few pages later).

As a comic book artist you have to be fashion-aware. Doesn't matter where your story is set or what it's about. You have to dress your characters and do their hair -- especially when it comes to the pajama-party of superhero comics. I mean, SOMEONE designed Lobo's hair and make-up.  He didn't get that Rob Zombie look all on his own... and SOMEONE gave this guy Robert Smith hair.


Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Wednesday, November 14, 2012


This guy brings mayhem, death, destruction.

He says HELLO by throwing a car at your face.


Wednesday, October 17, 2012


If you've followed any of my blogs or postings over the years, you might have noticed I have a thing for the Hottest Car On Wheels Ever. 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda.

A 71 'Cuda is one of the main characters in the Wednesday comic. You'll see it go through some changes over the course of the book. Here's a panel, pre-flames. And by "flames" I mean paint... or DO I?

Inks by Alex Riegel, colors by John Bergin

Burn Burn Burn.   Kisses for everyone.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Wednesday, July 25, 2012


Here's a random panel from the book.

Clikt is a very distant cousin to the sound effect Snikt.


Wednesday, May 23, 2012


Here's a handful of works by Alex Riegel, the awesome artist helping me bring Wednesday to life.

I'm blown away by his amazing character designs for Wednesday and his kick-ass cars (wait 'til you see his Hemi Cuda). I couldn't have a found a more perfect artist for the book. I'm equal parts jealous and stunned by his drawings -- some of the most confident and perfect line work I've ever seen.

Can't wait to share more with you.

Click any pic below to open as slideshow.


Wednesday, April 25, 2012


Page 1, panel 1 from the new graphic novel, Wednesday. Artwork by Alex Riegel, colors by John Bergin.

Wednesday: fast cars, nanobots, sock monkeys. The post-apocalypse as you've never seen it before. 

You'll want to buckle your seat belt.

Or don't. It's your concussion.

We'll be posting some behind-the-scenes, making-of, and related stuff. Keeping it vague for a little while. You'll catch glimpses of action and meet some of the main characters in passing. Don't want to spoil the surprise.

Written by myself, John Bergin, with art by Alex Riegel. We'll be posting links and a gallery here soon of some of Alex's other AMAZING work.

Currently about 1/2 finished. More-frequent posts and more detail as we near the day of World War Wednesday.