Monday, November 2, 2015


Copies of my new book "Desert" are now available. It's the first full comic I printed myself. Printing and assembling a 60 page book was quite a bit of work, but it was a good opportunity to learn the process of using a risograph machine. I'm very happy with the way they turned out.

60 pages plus a 4 page mini comic
Riso printed teal on ivory covers
Burgundy on ivory interior
7 x 8.5

Friday, August 14, 2015


The Intruder Crew put together a new collection of comics under the name Extruder.

Featuring comics by Bjorn Miner, Travis Rommereim, Yo Handa, Marc Palm, Joe Garber, Marie Hausauer, Mark Allender, James Gnartoons Stanton, Scott Travis, Ben Horak, Seth Goodkind, Justin Quinlan, John Ohannesian and Brian Dionisi.

Locally it can be found at:
Push/Pull Gallery in Greenwood
Arcane Comics in Ballard
Exterminator City (August 22)
Punk Rock Flea Market (August 29)
Vera Project Zine and Record Fair (Sept. 5, 6 & 7)
Short Run Small Press Fest (Oct. 31)

You can also order copies from Seth at

Photos by Seth Goodkind:

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Old Man Gloom Shirt


Below are photos of the shirt I designed for Old Man Gloom's brief west coast tour earlier this year. This project was a lot of fun and I'm really happy with the way the shirts came out. Shirts are still available through Sige Records and Hydrahead Records along with many other fine products.

Tuesday, June 9, 2015


Brand new misadventure featuring your favorite dysfunctional chosen family.

20 pages
Riso printed
Blue ink on pink vellum
Edition of 50

Riso edition of one of my personal favorites.  
A wordless illustrated narrative. This edition is printed in red ink on ivory stock.
The cover is sealed shut, so you'll have to tear it open if you want to get inside.

13 pages
Riso printed
Red ink on ivory stock
Edition of 55

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

New Mini for Olympia Comics Fest

Here are a few panels from my new mini comic available this Saturday at The Olympia Comics Fest. I'm having it printed by Cold Cube Press with blue ink on pink vellum. The blue should really make those cop heads pop!