Thursday, July 16, 2020

Saturday, March 28, 2020

Black Bat

The Black Bat is likely the inspiration for Batman, Daredevil and Two-Face.  Script by Todd Jones.  Art by Lee Oaks.

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Wednesday, June 21, 2017


A long time ago in a galaxy far away I drew a Badger story for the Bloody Red Baron.  While having steaks at his humble abode to my surprise I saw that they finally published it!  And my name is on the cover!


 Malini Bartels did a great job on this article.  Special thanks to Anne Baron.  Also featured in the article are my buddies Mike Baron and Ron Fortier.

Below is the link to the online version of the article (starts around page 34).

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Mile High Comics Thunder Monkey #1 Exclusive Variant cover to feed homeless in Denver

I am offering up Thunder Monkey #1 to feed the homeless in Denver. In collaboration with Bob Conway and the owner of Mile High, Chuck, there is available an exclusive Mile High variant cover with all proceeds going directly to feed people in need. If you missed the kickstarter, here's your chance to get a copy of the book. And if you helped fund the kickstarter, you get an extra thanks for making this charity possible.

Why help the homeless?  I believe that we should take care of our sick and needy.  Mental illness is a big part of it, and until we can better understand how to better help our sick, this is one thing we can do.  I don't think I'd last one night sleeping on a sidewalk in the Colorado winter.  I certainly wouldn't choose to sleep there.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Thunder Monkey The Young Years #1 is available!

Thunder Monkey The Young Years #1 is available as a digital PDF by simply sending me $4 via Paypal to
Or you can order a physical copy of the 24 page book at my square store:

Thursday, June 23, 2016


The Canadian War Museum in Ottawa has an incredible larger than life comic book exhibit featuring my art.  It's larger than anything I've ever seen in San Diego, Angoulême or even the museums in Brussels.  Personally I think it merits recognition in the sequential art community.  You can see footage of the exhibit at the link here:

Monday, May 30, 2016

THUNDER MONKEY is live on Kickstarter!

Thank you to all those who made the Thunder Monkey Kickstarter campaign a success. Not only did you make my dream come true, but as an unplanned offshoot, Thunder Monkey became a fundraiser for the homeless of Denver.  I can't express my gratitude enough.

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Avengers Pencils by Lee Oaks inks by Kevin Nowlan Black Panther Vision Wasp Thor Captain America Hawkeye Iron Man Giant Man Quicksilver - Civil War movie roster

Avengers - Pencils by Lee Oaks inks by Kevin Nowlan.  Black Panther, Vision, Wasp in their evergreen versions.  Civil War movie roster plus or minus a few.  Kevin's masterful inks show my weak spots.  I'm honored that he didn't throw the whole thing out and redraw it.  His talent is undeniable, such a thrill to see his inks on my work.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Work for Canadian WW1 Museum

I recently picked up inking digitally.  It enables me to produce lines that remind me of Andre Juillard and Floch.  I thought this project would be perfect for a clear line European style.  Time was limited so I budgeted 2 hours per page for rough pencils, and did the perspective during the inking stage.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Damien Wayne and his new pet Goliath DC Comics Robin son of Batman

Damien Wayne and his new pet Goliath. 
DC Comics Robin son of Batman

Wednesday, October 7, 2015


Here's the pitch art I did for the Canadian War Museum exhibit.

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

SpiderGwen Marvel Comics

SpiderGwen, SpiderGwen,
Does whatever a spider can
Spins a web, any size,
Catches thieves just like flies
Look Out!
Here comes the SpiderGwen.

Is she strong?
Listen bud, She's got radioactive blood.
Can she swing from a thread
Take a look overhead
Hey, there
There goes the SpiderGwen!

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

The ROCKETEER created by Dave Stevens pencils by Lee Oaks

The ROCKETEER created by Dave Stevens pencils by Lee Oaks.  Who doesn't love the Rocketeer?  I almost met Dave Stevens one year at San Diego Comic Con, but he was away from his booth when I was there.  I couldn't know that was my one and only chance to meet him before he died.  But his incredible character lives on.  I really wanted to draw the Rocketeer and a couple years before IDW reprinted the Deluxe Edition and new material, I asked Mike Baron what had become of the rights to the character.  I envisioned putting together a sort of pitch to propose to publishers.  Unfortunately, when I tried to draw the Rocketeer, it wasn't on par with Stevens.  Like many artists, I felt inadequate compared to him.  For that reason and the other project deadlines I had at the time, I didn't pursue it.  For me it is one of the top dream projects I can imagine.  Among comic professionals Dave Stevens is a legend, he's kind of a Jimi Hendrix of comics. I regret not having met him in person, but glad IDW is publishing new stories with the Rocketeer.