It was April 1, 2007 that the FDØ kicked the publishing industry square in the ding-ding. That’s the day that ANCESTOR went on sale, a trade paperback from a wee little publisher in Canada. The book hit #1 on Amazon.com’s Horror and SciFi charts, and was the #2 fiction book overall (behind a [...]Continue Reading →
Junkie Jolene sent me this great picture of Baby McButter. Yes, that’s his name! I love to see the Siglerism tats, and I love to see pet names inspired by my stories.
I think Jolene said it best:
“FDO, We got Baby from a friend that had bought him as a [...]Continue Reading →
Kelly the Builder continues to make work on his giant-honkin’ Lego model of the PUV James Keeling. Almost four feet long and weighing in at five pounds, he’s heading into the finishing touches.
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Nothing swells an already swollen Napoleonic ego like Junkies getting ink of stuff from the world of Siglerism. Check these bad boys out! David Kaneshiro’s Orbiting Death tat, and Jesse Sharrow’s sweeeeeet Krakens tribal tat (that’s that “Kraken” the team is named after).
This is awesome. Awesome, I say. Props to the amazing Junkie Beth Copenhaver (and thanks to Keith Hughes for the sweet video hookup).Continue Reading →
Man-o-man! Another amazing Junkie Tat! This time around it’s “Izic the Weird” and his To Pirates team logo tat, with a killer phrase “Memento Mori” thrown in. Recognize the name? Just dig out your copy of THE ALL-PRO and look at the All-Pro selections for the season (so, yes, he’s an All-Pro in [...]Continue Reading →
Are you kidding me with this? Apparently not. Die-hard Junkie Rebecca Procknow had me sign her shoulder blade at the Dallas stop of the NOCTURNAL tour. The very next morning, she headed to her tattoo shop and had that signature inked up all permanent-like. Holy shit. She now has my signature on her back forever [...]Continue Reading →
Awwww yeah, another Junkie tat. This one belongs to my main man Todd Wyman. Check out that detail: Chicken scissors with the initials P.D. for our brother Perry (may he find peace at long last), and a scale-size hatchling. [...]Continue Reading →