Archive | July 2015

Free Comic! The Red Solstice videogame minicomic.

Hey! Do you want to read a free comic?

Do you also like Videogames? Great! take a look at this! 

I was kindly invited by Rocco Rabar Krce​, talented penciler who lives in Croatia and the same artist who I inked the pitch The Pigeon (with colors from Kóte Carvajal) to ink and letter a 10 page b/w minicomic based on a great video game that is been released this week.

The Red Solstice is a tactical, squad-based survival game set in the distant future on Mars, playable in single-player or with up to 8 players in cooperative online multiplayer.

Videogame is available on Steam and it’s only $24.99

Story is dynamic, art is fantastic and can’t wait to do more of this. It’s placed before the game starts setting up the plans for the developing arc that takes place on the video game.

Take a look at these pages, and if you like, pick the video game and let the people at The Red Solstice what do you think of it.  It has been a pleasure to take part of this. Hope that you enjoy reading it as well as playing it!

Story by Hrvoje Horvatek and Sinisa Bahun

Writer by Sinisa Bahun

Pencils by Rocco Rabar-Krce

Inks and letters by me

Remember, it’s free and if you like video games, give The Red Solstice a chance!

Here are some pages from it. Click on each thumbnail to see it in detail.

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Starburn #3 is out today on @comixology!


Hey, kids! COMICS!

Starburn #3 is out and available on #Comixology! 

Only 0.99 USD!

Created by Kelly Bender
Illustrated by Brian Balondo
Inked by yours truly, Cristian Docolomansky
Colored by Laura Lee
Lettered this time by Micah Myers

Published by Markosia Enterprises

#scifi #comicbooks #NCBD #makingcomics #supportindiecomics

This is the three out of four issue limited series. I really think that the art took a giant lap from the two previous issues which makes me proud of the results. That’s because I tried to focus on having the pencils as a guidelines instead of finished pencils and that made the art gain more in the spectacle side.

I really hope that you like it and I would love that you grab one of these and tell me what do you think about it.

By the way, the cover I inked traditionally, so it’s for sale if someone wants it, drop me a line at!

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