Go on. Go and get you that sexy Rom.

My nude life study of ROM: is up for auction on eBay. ANd so are dozens of other wonderful pieces, including Jonathan Case's awesome framed watercolor. And all the money goes to benefit Bill Mantlo. Go bid!

Another great Christmas tradition.

Looking for holiday cheer? A sincere reaffirmation of the values we all share? A picture of Luke Cage giving Iron Fist a noogie? Head over to Chris's Invincible Super-Blog, and read his recap of Jeff Parker's heartwarming holiday classic "Yes, Virginia, There is a Santron."

Diesel Sweeties in Antarctica.

Looking for an something I'd read online, I found this. Rich Stevens, I am jealous.

I am The Snuggler.

and part 2:


Yesterday, 7:00 PM:Today, 10 AM:

Francophone Hamm

Editions Husky has published a French-language edition of Jesse Hamm's Tales to Bore and Confuse You. They're publishing it under the title Bate & Fonte.

We love a man in a uniform.

You know one day, you look out the window and there's guys in hazmat suits doing god knows what.The next day, you look out and it's Santarchy.

Hamm, Parker nominated for YALSA Great Graphic Novels

The American Library Association has the complete list of nominees for the Young Adult Library Services Association's list of Great Graphic Novels. Special congrats to Periscope's own Jesse Hamm for the Good As Lily nomination and Jeff Parker for Agents of Atlas.

Parker's Adventures

Jeff Parker interviewed at Newsarama about his work on Marvel's All-Ages books."Usually I write out pitches for the stories, but the Ego (as the universe's biggest playah) one was so clear to me that I called Nate Cosby and just told it to him, describing things like seeing the Moon by itself in space while Ego assumed Earth was a single mother with a shortie - and he's cool with that. My

Charles in Charge for sure

Harper Jaten, everybody!

Because I am elsewhere, I missed this

Pie and donut party for James Ratcliffe. Shoot. I didn't get to sing "For he's a jolly good fellow," either. You guys did sing that, right?

Interview at The Comics Journal

Andrew Farago interviewed Greg Rucka in the latest issue of The Comics Journal- #287, and included a side interview with me. There are excerpts of both at the Tcj site.

More art from Matthew and Ron

Matthew Clark has put up some more of his art from the third issue of The Crime BibleAnd Ron Chan has put up a ton of new art over at, including one piece that might be the most important drawing of this, the 21st century.

More from the ersatz 19th century illustrator.

Here's my faux-engraving drawn for the second issue of DC Comics' Crime Bible.