Mad and Actually Laughing.
(Image: Josie and the Pussycats #9 Cover, Audrey Mok)
I wrote this stuff.
Appearing in COMRADE HIMBO, "Shared Strength" is a 5-pager that pointedly asks: Who really makes society run? And what happens when those people band together for a better world?
Appearing in DEAD BEATS, "Grotesque" reimagines the Legend of La Gargouille, the tale of the first fearsome gargoyle mounted to a church to ward off evil, as the story of a thrash metal band unsure if it can continue to keep cosmic horrors at bay.
When Charlie's Angels pick up an assignment to steal a dangerous patent and put it back in the hands of its mysterious inventor, they encounter their toughest counterspy yet: The Bionic Woman, Jaime Sommers. Who's in the right? Who will prevail?
Appearing in EVERYTHING IS GOING WRONG, "Possessed" is a 4-page short story about getting out of a funk and into a pit, drawn by Skylar Patridge.
Friends, Riverdaleans, countrymen, lend me your long tails and ears for hats—the Pussycats are back! Co-written with Marguerite Bennett.
In this 11-page comic, two professional wrestlers who hate each other die in the same car accident, but Death makes them an offer. Pencils and Inks by Chris Brown Colors by Joe Hunter Letters by Jodie Troutman
Appearing in BOO! Halloween Stories, this short finds itself in the center of the "Dance of Death" by Iron Maiden and "Over the Garden Wall" Venn diagram. Illustrated by Joe Hunter!
An aging punk struggles to speak out after IP rights to every word and phrase have been bought, licensed via micropayments.
Cameron DeOrdio, ever precocious, stays hydrated at a 10th grade level. He is both very mad and actually laughing. He writes comics, and if you've read Archie Comics' JOSIE AND THE PUSSYCATS (2016), you've read one of those comics. He also writes fiction and B2B tech PR content.