The Year (and Decade) in Review

2019 The Lost Cause of Poetry came out. The digital version came out in September. “Lounger” was released on Tapas. Then later I also released it on Webtoon.   Tony Ez Esmond wrote a review ...

2018 Year in Review

2018 has been a big year for me personally and professionally. It’s also been big artistically. This year I moved from my home in Santa Cruz. I lived in that house longer than any other ...

Carnivale: a Kit Kaleidoscope story

Now the second edition of Carnivale is not only available in print, but also in pdf format. You can get either version through Gumroad. The print edition is nice (and I prefer print personally), but ...

“Sink” available on ComiXology

In addition to the printed edition of “Sink,” you can also get an ebook edition from ComiXology starting today. It’s $1.99. I also set it up so you can download it DRM-free (meaning you don’t ...

APE 2017 reflections

I first exhibited at the Alternative Press Expo (APE) in 1998. I had been photocopying issues of my comics work for about two years at that point and had never been to a con, much ...

new second edition of Carnivale

Straight from the printer today, the new second editions of Carnivale are here! A post shared by Nick Mullins (@nijomu) on Sep 22, 2017 at 3:26pm PDT The changes from the previous edition are slight, ...

I’ll be at the APE this weekend!

As I mentioned before, I’m going to be exhibiting at the APE this weekend, September 23-24. If you plan on being there, definitely some by and say hi at table 133. I’ll have my copies ...

“Sink” now in print

A post shared by Nick Mullins (@nijomu) on Sep 10, 2017 at 2:23pm PDT So I had “Sink” printed up by RA Comics Direct. It turned out really nice, as you can see above. I’m ...

update about my comics work

I haven’t been posting much new comics work. There are two reasons for that. One, I’m working on smaller pieces that I’m submitting to different on-line and literary journals. Most places want previously unpublished work, ...

at the APE again

I put my first mini comics together in 1996 and decided to be an exhibitor at my first con in 1998. I took my little photocopied minis, full of enthusiasm and dreams of making money ...