Stylish thriller-dramas with a tragic edge

Co-created with artists Toby Cypress, Denys Cowan, and Kent Williams. Published by Image Comics, and DC/Comics Vertigo


The Tourist
In a remote coastal village in Northern Scotland, the choice between money and happiness has never been clearer or carried such deadly consequences. When Moss arrives, he is accepted as what he appears to be: a somewhat grubby American backpacker on holiday. Gradually the town begins to realize just who it is they're harboring: a Special Forces soldier turned drug smuggler. If that wasn't bad enough, he has a lot of really rough bastards riding into town after him. The safety of the town and the woman he loves vs. the successful conclusion of a very lucrative drug deal... which will Moss choose?


Fight For Tomorrow
Fifteen years ago, when young Cedric Zhang was kidnapped and forced to fight other abducted children to amuse bloodthirsty crowds, he would have grown up knowing nothing but pain if not for his only friend, Christy.  Six months ago, Cedric and Christy were rescued by an investigative journalist. As their new lives began, their bond remained strong, easing their reintroduction into free Western Society. Three weeks ago, Christy went missing. Now Cedric must overcome the shackles of the past and immerse himself in the violent underworld of New York City to find her.


“Fight for Tomorrow’ will appeal to fans of ‘Fight Club’, with its exploration of similar themes, created by a writer who deftly reflects today’s society.
— NewsOK
“The Tourist” is a particularly clever ruse of a title for this book ... In order to finally ‘go home’ psychologically, Moss needs to pick from his available personas and select what actually matters to him.
— 13 Mins