Saturday, May 29, 2010


David O'Leary interviewed me recently for his Comic Related column 5 Minutes With...check it out by clicking on the heading over the photo. I talk about the career past, present and yet to come.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Blue Line Pro Sketch Card Event for Cancer 2010- is live!

Blue Line Pro Sketch Card Event for Cancer 2010- is live!

I donated sketch cards to the American Cancer Society Sketch Card eBay Auction spearheaded by SKETCH MAGAZINE editor Bill Nichols that began March 28. Sketch cards from many artists can be found at very affordable prices and all for a very worthy cause.

My cards include colored pen and ink drawing of:

As of right now the bidding is low at $.99 on these one of a kind cards so go out there and bid for this worthy cause. Bidding ends May 22, 2010.

Thanks for your help.


Monday, May 10, 2010

Shadow One returns!

Shadow One returns!

Written by Bobby Nash with art by Blake Wilkie.

Check out part 1 at

About Shadow One: Fire And Ice:
They are the United State’s most closely guarded secret. Soldiers and civilians alike, each with a unique talent, they take on the most top secret of assignments. From spying to infiltration and extraction, these operatives get the job done quickly and quietly. They have no squad name. In fact, most never meet.

What do all of these assets have in common?

Their boss. General Solomon Skalig.

Call sign: SHADOW ONE.


Fire and Ice.


The Arctic Circle heats up after a stealth bomber is shot down and Skalig’s men make a startling discovery that will change the future of military combat forever.


Friday, May 7, 2010

Mother's Day sale - Evil Ways novel for $3.99 - 2 days only!

Mother's Day sale - Evil Ways novel for $3.99 - 2 days only!

Do you or your Mom like to read? Then have we got the perfect Mother’s Day gift for you.
For 2 days only this Mother’s Day weekend (5/8 - 5/9) Evil Ways is on sale for the unbelievably low price of $3.99.

Normally, this thriller novel retails for $21.95.

That’s a $17.96 savings.

Visit for great savings.


About Evil Ways:
FBI Agent Harold Palmer needed a relaxing vacation. All he wanted was to travel to Sommersville, Georgia to visit his brother, newspaper publisher and reporter, Franklin Palmer.
He should have known better.
The graduating class of 1995 have returned to Sommersville for their ten year high school reunion, timed to coincide with the annual Sommersville Autumn Festival. Classmates coming from all over to reconnect, retell old stories, and have a great time reminiscing.
Not for Sheriff Tom Myers and his deputies, though. For them this is a logistical nightmare, but nothing they can’t handle.
Until the brutally murdered body of a woman is discovered.
Together with Sheriff Myers, the Palmer Brothers find themselves on the trail of a killer who preys on the fears of his victims. His targets are the unsuspecting members of the reunited class of ’95.
They should fear his EVIL WAYS.
Evil Ways will only be available in this format for one more year so time is running out.

Sunday, May 2, 2010



Back in 1934, the publishing giant, Street & Smith found themselves frustrated on a monthly basis because their one dedicated mystery magazine, Clues, was forever being outsold by their competitor’s Black Mask. The boys at S & S did not like coming in second to anyone, after all they were the home of the pulp’s greatest crime fighters, The Shadow and Doc Savage. They desperately needed a new series that would attract more readers and turned to established writer, Donald Wandrei to fulfill that need.
Wandrei, a veteran pulp scribe, had been in successful in most fields, particular the weird horror genres and he set about inventing a truly unique, one-of-a-kind hero the likes of which no one had ever seen before, Prof. I.V. Frost.

Wandrei created the tall, thin, hatchet-faced “Ivy” Frost to be an American Sherlock Holmes; a brilliant scientific and analytical mind powered this eccentric character but he was also a man of action, capable of getting his hands dirty when the action heated up.
Like Holmes, Frost had an assistant but this one wasn’t some stodgy, ex-army doctor. Jean Moray was a sexy looking blonde who carried a .25 caliber derringer in her garter and possessed a genius I.Q. thus making her a fitting companion to the eccentric and colorful professor. Think Jean Harlow with a gun and that’s Miss Moray. During its run, Wandrei would pen eighteen Frost adventures.

Getting to write the new adventures of this pair is both a thrill and challenge. Each tale requires an even mix of both fantastic mystery and gun-blazing action. Too much of one and not enough of the other and it’s not I.V. Frost. It is this unique combination that sets him apart of all other pulp heroes. Writing for I.V. Frost is the start of a new and exciting journey of wondrous discovery for me and I hope you’ll tag along for the ride. Knowing Frost and Jean Moray, I can promise you it is going to be anything but dull.

Ron Fortier for
Moonstone Originals