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Tara Normal: Season of Evil successfully funded on Kickstarter. New preview pages!

Posted by on Jul 16, 2015 in Comic Art, News, Original Art, TaraNormal Activity Blog | 0 comments

Hello believers, I wanted to provide an update on the new Tara Normal graphic novel, Season of Evil. It’s our second successfully funded Kickstarter bringing in well over our goal with $8,794 in pledges. I’m currently hard at work illustrating it and collaborating with other artists for the anthology portion of the book. I can’t wait for you to read this new Tara mystery. Tara faces a lot of brand-new enemies and evil spirits in an all-new collection of exclusive stories. Below is a preview of the opening pages of Season of Evil....

Awesome Con This Friday-Sunday in Washington, DC!

Posted by on May 28, 2015 in Events, News, TaraNormal Activity Blog | 0 comments

We’ll be at Awesome Con this Friday-Sunday in Washington, DC. We love this show and we hope to see you there. We’ll be in Artist Alley at Table B7. Please stop by and say hi! I’ll have Tara Normal comics, art prints, shirts and I’ll be drawing caricatures and taking sketch commissions all weekend long. Also- rumor has it that Tara Normal herself will show up for pictures on Saturday at the con. Awesome Con Official Website:...

Tara Normal on The Outhousers!

Posted by on May 5, 2015 in News, TaraNormal Activity Blog | 0 comments

Here’s a new article by Crystal O’Rourke about Tara Normal: Season of Evil and the new Kickstarter. You can support the new Tara Normal Kickstarter at this link:...

We’ll be at Captain Blue Hen Comics tomorrow for Free Comic Book Day!

Posted by on May 1, 2015 in Events, News, TaraNormal Activity Blog | 0 comments

I’ll be a guest at Captain Blue Hen Comics in Newark, DE tomorrow for Free Comic Book Day. You can check out all the info for this awesome event at the store’s website at this link: I’ll have all the Tara Normal books and I’ll be drawing sketches and caricatures all day. Hope to see you there! 280 E Main St Suite 101 Newark DE 19711 302.737.3434 Hours Saturday 10AM –...

New Tara Normal: Season of Evil Kickstarter Promo Art

Posted by on Apr 28, 2015 in News, TaraNormal Activity Blog | 0 comments

Hey Believers! Things are a bit crazy here at Team Tara but I wanted to make a quick post that our next Kickstarter launches May 4th to support the printing of Book 2 of Tara Normal. One of the coolest things about the next book is not only will it be a continuation of Book 1 with Tara fighting an all-new bad guy but it will also feature an anthology of several new Tara mysteries. A whole roster of talented friends will be joining me in making this the best Tara book yet. I’ll have full details on Monday when we launch. I’m looking forward to making this dream...

The new Tara Normal Kickstarter launches May 4!

Posted by on Apr 14, 2015 in News, TaraNormal Activity Blog | 0 comments

Get ready for the launch of the new Tara Normal Kickstarter on May 4th! The new volume is Season of Evil and Tara will face a new villain who possesses powers similar to her own. We have a ton of great new rewards for you to choose from to help support Book 2. Next week, I’ll be debuting new art from the book as well as previewing some of the top tier rewards. The villain for the next book is actually based on a Kickstarter backer from our first campaign. Once again this year you will have a chance to star in the next Tara book. The entire story...

I BELIEVE: Scientist Says Aliens Are Huge

Posted by on Apr 6, 2015 in News, TaraNormal Activity Blog, Weird | 0 comments

If you believe in alien life (and we do), you may have your own vision of what an extra-terrestrial being may look like. Most of this mental image of an alien may come from a movie, TV show or an artist’s interpretation of eyewitness accounts. Did you every imagine aliens being huge? Cosmologist Fergus Simpson believes aliens would be huge. Like, really huge. ” (Simpson) estimated that the average weight of intelligent extraterrestrials would be 650 pounds (300 kilograms) or more. ET would have paled in comparison to these interstellar behemoths. The argument relies on a mathematical model that assumes organisms on other planets obey the same laws of...