I draw myself a lot for someone who generally dislikes autobiographical comics and cartoons. But there is a purpose for this version of my self-portrait.

A friend of mine – Wheeler Hall – decided to form a conglomerate of his favorite local artists, give us a theme and let us run with it, and present a gallery of our work. This self portrait is for my bio page on the brand-spankin’ new website Ok, PANIC!

Ok, PANIC! is myself, my podcast co-host and fellow artist, Jason Young, our pal Pat Kain, and a guy I don’t know – Jeff Potter – who is insanely talented.

Every two weeks, the four of us will be tackling a theme in our own unique styles. For the launch, our topic is Richie Rich. Head on over to Ok, PANIC! to see my own disturbing take on the character, as well as Pat’s, Jason’s and Jeff’s.

I’m going to try my hardest to not repost art from Ok, PANIC! on this blog, or vice versa. So check it out to see brand new art from me and my friends on a bi-weekly basis, in addition to my mostly weekly updates here.



    • Jason Young on March 29, 2010 at 4:37 pm

    This is SO awesome.
    I know you just said you’re not really a fan of auto bio (except for mine obviously. OBVIOUSLY.) but I think your next project should be a fictional series of Kingpin-ish adventures starring yourself. You’d make a great crimelord. You know, in the funny books at least.

    • Eric on March 29, 2010 at 6:00 pm

    Your autobio comics are the exception to the rule.

  1. I second the nomination for The Adventures of Eric Shonborn: Kingpin Green-Lantern :D

    Your artwork is so good these days Erik. Can’t wait to follow more of your stuff on OK PANIC

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