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My  first graphic novel Mr. Scootles hits stores tomorrow 11/26/08! Please head to your local comic store or bookseller to purchase a copy! If they don't have a copy simply ask them to order a copy for you. It is an independent comic book so it needs your support to keep it alive!

I was just recently interviewed by Dave Baxter at Broken Frontier! Check out both parts of the interview to learn all about how Mr. Scootles came to be.  Dave also reviews the trade paperback and it's a really great, in-depth review.  Check it out today!

Part 1:

www.brokenfrontier.com/lowdown/details.php

Part 2:
www.brokenfrontier.com/lowdown/details.php
 

 
 
 
hcnoel
This Saturday at Collectors Corner in MD is the first signing for my first graphic novel Mr. Scootles! I'll be doing free sketches/caricatures for anybody who buys a copy of Mr. Scootles.  Randy, the store owner, is pulling out all the stops for the FIRST Mr. Scootles signing at Collector's Corner in Parkville (north Baltimore). Collector's Corner is located 8108 Harford Rd in Parkville, MD 21234. Phone: (410) 668-3353. Visit the website at collectorscornermd.com.

I'm also really excited because my friend

nref   just told me that he got his copy of Mr. Scootles in the mail from Amazon already! That's incredibly quick shipping from Amazon!

 

Mr. Scootles is published by Alterna Comics.

 
 
hcnoel
05 November 2008 @ 11:22 pm
My wife Shelley and I did a huge redesign on my website hcnoel.com.  Please check it out and let me know what you think. Vincent: The Painter of Death now has his own section and I hear he is very excited about reaching more victims...I mean, fans through the internet.  Leave a comment with your thoughts on my new site!


 
 
hcnoel
05 November 2008 @ 02:37 am
It felt great to be a part of history tonight.  I feel we as a country have grown.  I feel proud of calling this great land my home.  I believed, I hoped and change was possible. 
 
 
 
hcnoel
01 October 2008 @ 12:36 am
 One of my favorite cartoon characters ever is the Creeper from Scooby-Doo.  A very brilliant person created a trailer for No Country For Old Men using old Scooby-Doo clips.  The Creeper better get a damn Oscar for this!


 
 
hcnoel
26 September 2008 @ 08:12 pm
My first showing at the Baltimore Comic-Con starts tomorrow and continues the next day, Sunday. I'm scanning original artwork because I'll be selling them for the first time at tomorrow's show.  I'm going to add an original artwork section to my online store at hcnoel.com so that fans of Mr. Scootles can now own the artwork.  Stayed up late last night making political t-shirts. Check 'em out here:
www.cafepress.com/Voteorcry


Let me know what you think!

 
 
hcnoel
24 September 2008 @ 12:32 pm
 Working on a new story today...hopefully I can share soon.  My friend Rev. Zenitram suggested (did he use mind control?!?) I create turnarounds for my new character Vincent: The Painter of Death.  You can preview Vincent's story here right now: www.drunkduck.com/Vincent/index.php


 
 
hcnoel
19 September 2008 @ 03:54 pm
I always wanted to see my name in lights with one of my favorite directors!



 
 
hcnoel
19 September 2008 @ 02:13 pm
Ghost Hunters by HCNoel