A miscellany of comics that were short enough to not get their own section of this page!
A short comic written in the wake of the 2020 election outcome.
I made a comic about everything I did over the course of my waking hours one day. Turns out I don’t do very much.
A collaborative work with Oliver Northwood created for the Platform Comics 2020 10k challenge. The entire thing was written, penciled, inked, lettered, and colored over the course of 10,000 minutes (or approximately 7 days). Project selected as a finalist and included in the 10k challenge digital anthology.
Script/Colors: Oliver Northwood
Pencils/Lettering: Talia Dutton
A twelve page memoir comic about my experiences with a mild tree-nut allergy.
I messed up my armpits real bad, y’all.
My 24 hour comic from 2015. I was a depressed college student living in one room in a riot-proof brutalist concrete monstrosity. Still came out alright.
Colors added in 2018.
My 24 hour comic from 2017. I was a slightly better adjusted college student living with roommates. I camped out on the floor of my room and drank espresso out of a shot glass with my roommate’s 2-foot-tall pink sheep toy named Heidi. It came out about how you would expect.
An attempt at a horror comic created for an assignment for my MFA program at the California College of the Arts. I don’t like being scared but I adore scaring other people.
A short but deliciously over-thought short comic about love and turning into the moon. No, I wasn’t thinking about Avatar the Last Airbender when I wrote it.