Dieselfunk Glog In The New York Times Again!

Dieselfunk Glog In The New York Times Again!




Hey People, the Dieselfunk Crew is now in the New York Times Race/Related section once more.  As Jim and I are still sorting out the checks and balances in this new way of doing things, we learn along the way.

The WORK Continues

Special shoutout and acknowledgement to Damian Cave and Angelica Rogers for taking the conversation on Race/Related even DEEPER. 

Dieselfunk GLOG AGAIN  http://www.nytimes.com/newsletters/2016/08/14/race-related?nlid=76257882

Prison City Comic Prison City Website Is Live

Prison City Comic Prison City Website Is Live


PRISON CITY Website is LIVE!   ANNOUNCING www.prisoncitycomic.com 



This site is the central nexus for ANY and ALL things Prison City, the creator owned project by David F Walker (writer of Powerman and IronFist and the recently announced Occupy Avengers) and Tim Fielder (illustrator of Matty’s Rocket and Blackjack: There Came A Dark Hunter).

Fielder says: “ The intent is to create a transmedia storyline that exists in multiple formats and media. We have an interest in world building that both details the characters but also sells the setting. It’s not enough to simply call it Prison City. You also have to SHOW Prison City. What are the streets like?  Who lives there? How is commerce used?  Is Warden Mitchel Ivanholt as much of a butthole as suspected?


These are the details that will have audiences buy in to the concept. We haven’t found a publisher yet, although we are in discussions with several.  In fact Walker released a tweet recently;

Working on PRISON CITY, my new creator-owned series with collaborator @Dieselfunkstu. No publisher…yet. pic.twitter.com/8jnhLnkLy9


www.prisoncitycomic.com Greetings Dieselfunkateers!  Check it!

Urban Showgun Roundhouse

Urban Showgun Roundhouse

URBAN SHOWGUN ROUNDHOUSE!  Greetings Dieselfunkateers!   Work has been busily moving along in the studio.  Multiple projects are underway. AFROFUTUREFEST 2016, MATTY’S ROCKET 3, PRISON CITY, It goes on and on to the Break of Dawn.   But as always, I try to take a few hours when I get a chance to continue my Black Comics Project.  We’ve done a bit of Ajala, and Blackjack.  This time out is Brother James Mason of the ATL’s URBAN SHOGUN.

Back to work for a Brother!