The Evil Life: Growing Evil, Chapter 3

Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

First we took you to the serene suburbs of North Megaville, then we were off to a secret island nation called Monakwa, and now it's... the stars! Nils-Petter Norlin and I are thrilled to introduce you to the final main character of our lead trio, even if that character is just a sleepy lil baby alien right now and doesn't even have a name yet.

It's time to explore the cosmos! Click an image to open the webcomic in fullscreen, and then scroll or swipe through the entire chapter.

Quick links... | PREVIOUS: Chapter 2 | NEXT: Chapter 4 |

Those links agains... | PREVIOUS: Chapter 2 | NEXT: Chapter 4 |

Hi, Valoronia... bye, Valoronia! Oh well, it seemed like a nice enough place, right? Frankly, I love Nils-Petter Norlin's vision for this weird planet so much that I'm awfully sad to see it go every single time I read this chapter (and lemme tell ya... I've read this chapter more times than I can count).

As always, don't forget that you can follow The Evil Life on Webtoon too. We do things a little different over there with formatting and layout, so if you enjoyed this chapter here then you might also enjoy reading Chapter 3 on Webtoon as well.

Last time I posted an entry of this webcomic, I was driving across America. It was crazy, it was fun, and it was intense. This time I'm back home in SoCal, and now the rest of the world is about to converge 100 miles south of me for San Diego Comic-Con this week. I'll be there too, driving my wife Rosie to and from the convention. Maybe I'll even pop in to catch one of her panels or visit my friends who're exhibiting there. If you wanna say hi, tweet me and we'll see if we can make it happen.

I'll be back here in two weeks with more of The Evil Life, and next time we're returning to Megaville to check up on Hester as she enters her college years!

The Evil Life: Growing Evil, Chapter 2

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2019

We hope you enjoyed visiting North Megaville and Hester Herman in our last chapter! This time we've got something completely different in mind as we whisk you off to an uncharted island in an uncharted sea.

Before you read it, though, I just wanna take a moment to gush about how much I love Nils-Petter Norlin's art. We've poured all of our imagination into this tale, and I think the architecture and character designs in this chapter show just how much Nils has strived to bring you something fantastic and unique.

Okay, now go read it! Click an image to open the webcomic in fullscreen, and then scroll or swipe through the entire chapter.

Quick links... | PREVIOUS: Chapter 1 | NEXT: Chapter 3 |

Those links agains... | PREVIOUS: Chapter 1 | NEXT: Chapter 3 |

Aww, wasn't that such a touching ending? Let's try to enjoy this moment of familial bliss while we can because things are only going to get a whole lot tougher for our characters before they get better.

If you use Webtoon, don't forget to check us out on there. And, hey, it would be terrific if you could subscribe and throw us a like while you're at it.

Anyway, I'm in the middle of a road trip across America, so I gotta go get back behind the wheel and burn rubber. I'll see ya with another fun chapter in two weeks!

The Evil Life: Growing Evil, Chapter 1

Tuesday, June 18th, 2019

Welcome to the debut of my new webcomic! I'm thrilled to finally share this with you. Nils-Petter Norlin and I have toiled on it for years, working largely in secret except for the occasional cryptic teaser or off-hand mention. But those days are over!

I can't wait for you to meet our unusual cast of, uh... well, I guess "unintentional supervillains" might be the best way to describe them. A new adventure drops every other Tuesday, and you can keep track of our schedule on our archives page.

Click on this first image and it'll open a fullscreen viewer where you use the arrows to scroll through the entire chapter. I think that's the best way to read it.

Quick links... | NEXT: Chapter 2 | Archives |

Those links agains... | NEXT: Chapter 2 | Archives |

Whaddaya think? Didja love it? I hope so! But never fear, you don't have to make up your mind just yet... you've still got 23 more chapters spread out over the next year.

I hope you'll join us for the entire run of The Evil Life because there's so much good stuff in store including a treasure trove of incredible art by Nils, tons of fun character moments, and maybe even a surprise or two.

Also, if you use the Webtoon app or just prefer reading comics on massive corporate websites instead of personal blogs, well you're in luck because we're on Webtoon too. The reading experience is a lil different because we had to crop things to make it fit their format, so maybe take a peek and see which style you like best.

See ya in two weeks!

Tuesday, August 5th, 2014

Read the HOLY F*CK ORIGINS: 33 AD webcomic...

Super Haters concludes!

Thursday, June 26th, 2014

My long running superhero satire webcomic, Super Haters, wrapped up yesterday on its 5th anniversary.

With over 500 strips and host of fantastic collaborators, Super Haters has been one of my most rewarding projects to date.

I decided to officially retire Super Haters because I felt it deserved a celebratory send-off, plus I wanted to create a fun mini-event for all of my friends who've been so supportive over the years.

With that in mind, Justique and I whipped up a special 15-part story consisting of 14 daily webcomics and one video sandwiched in between. We even wrote ourselves into the story. (And I hacked my hair off in the process!)

I also released an unannounced collaboration with Kaylie McDougal, one of my podcasting partners from the AudioShocker. Our story was a long time in the making and it was great to finally get it out there.

With the webcomic complete, that meant it was time to put together one final eBook. Super Haters Guest Artists v3 is a 40-page PDF including the stories I've mentioned here, plus two other fun tales featuring Shawn Atkins and Francisco Gruel.

Detailing the adventures of Destruct-O-Tron and Mind's Eye has been an intense passion of mine for the past 5 years and I'm so thrilled about where that passion has taken me. Thanks to those of you who stuck with Super Haters and made it a truly special experience!