Monday, May 05, 2014


Whew....the wind has sure been at our backs the last few months!

We sold out of ZOMBIE SUB-920 issue#1, and had to order a second printing.
We had ZOMBIE SUB-920 T-shirts made.... sold out, more of those on order.
We published ZOMBIE SUB-920 issue #2..... almost sold out...had to order more.

Are you sensing a pattern here?

In between we have been doing store signings, radio interviews, setting up all the trappings of any business, and publishing enterprise, and keeping on base with deadlines for issue # 3 ( due to publish the end of May )

If you would like any of these comics you might want to consider buying them soon...

Send check for $3 per comic, plus $3 P&H ( up to 3 comics ) to:
P.O. Box 158
Tilton, NH

For more info: drop us a line at or "friend" Mitchell Comics on Facebook!

Monday, December 02, 2013


Attention all crewmen... engines ahead full, all hands report to battle stations, prepare forward torpedoes one and two! This is the Captain speaking!!!  Nurse O'Brien and I are holding the cover of issue #2 in our hands.  We have engaged our competitors with issue #1 and defeated them soundly. With your help we can achieve even greater success with issue #2. That is all crewman... go about your business... remember your loyalties.... God speed Gentleman.... ( ahem ) and Lady.

Friday, November 08, 2013


Greetings oh gracious friends, fiends, and spurious supporters! After a somewhat unexplainable absence I have returned to inform you, that I have finished my comic ZOMBIE SUB-920 at long last! Copies are now available at Coast city comicon in Portland Maine this weekend, ( Nov 9th-10th ), and also at DOUBLE MIDNIGHT COMICS in Concord NH on Nov 30th. You can also try my email, or message me here if you really, really, want one... sheesh... filthy beggars!!!  Just kidding... we love support of all kinds.... even filthy beggars.... umm... like yourselves... THE END.

Wednesday, July 03, 2013


Paleolithic pleasantries to all you cool cave cats, and cave kittens out there.  I missed a couple of months posting, but sometimes life just demands we focus on the things that really matter... like family... can you dig it?

Like I was say'n... I missed a couple months sure, but that don't mean I stopped fiddilin' with the brush and ink.... no sir-ree Bob.  Your 'ol Uncle Mitchy has been doing a Page for the CHARLTON ARROW a publication by my friend FESTER FACEPLANT.  The ARROW is a publication dedicated to all the things people know and love about Charlton publications.  That wonderful little cheesy comic company that dared to hold a candle next to the glaring search lights of the other two big boys in the sandbox.

The comic book KORG 70,000 B.C. was a personal favorite of mine among the many titles the company put on the stands in the 1970's.  When Fester announced the project I greedily jumped at the chance to volunteer my services for a KORG one pager. When it was finished however we found KORG was still licensed.... bummer! :(

That is when we came up with the idea to do a JONNIE LOVE story.  JL was a frequent guest character in the Charlton romance books.

You can still buy a copy of the Arrow by contacting us here at

Sunday, March 17, 2013


You are exploring a small tropical island with a beautiful woman at your side. Suddenly a big, scary, green plant man jumps outta the bushes and zaps her noggin..... how rude!  The adventure continues back on Zombie Sub-920 where even more shenanigans are taking place.  Captain Walters, and Nurse O'Brien better stop fooling with the flora and fauna of this cuckoo place and skedaddle back to the tub lickitty split!

Hope all you comic lovin' kiddies are enjoying the crap outta these handmade comics of mine :)

Thursday, November 29, 2012


Yes dear friends... you too, can enjoy the fun and excitement of making your very own comicbooks... it's fun and easy if you know how. First you will need a few things: paper, pencils, pens, brushes, erasers, a ruler, and a jar of white opaque. Next you will need decades of learning art principals gained by struggling to lamely copy artists light years ahead of your skill level. You will also need a determination to continue despite multitudes of friends and family who fail to fully grasp your passion. Finally you must have a limitless imagination that can provide you all the ideas you will need whenever, wherever, on demand 24-7. As long as you can find a clean, comfortable place to work quietly and uninterrupted for several hours... your in business! So get started friends....IT'S SO EASY!

Sunday, November 04, 2012


Hello groovy fans.  Today we see our old friend SUPER GROOVY MAN just about loosing his marbles. We usually see a calm, and serene SGM... could this be the after effects of the Karma ray he was recently exposed to by the Zendarian Ambassador?  We shall have to wait and see kiddies.

 P.S. This one is for my Dad who always encouraged me to keep drawing my comics.

Monday, October 08, 2012


Greetings groovy gang! Here is another from the pages of SUPER GROOVY MAN.  Here we see Norman ( aka: SGM ) from back in the days before his super hero training was complete.  He was just a regular guy trying to stop a bloody massacre at a local fair.

Speaking of 'Ol timey fairs... Michelle and I took our Grandson to a fall festival This weekend. It was kinda like the old time fairs... It had rides, Handcraft tents, and games, and fair food, and Ox pulls. They called it a Fall festival, but to me it was a fair.

Nobody got massacred so we went home.......

Happy Halloween everyone!

Sunday, September 16, 2012


Hey there gang!  It has been an incredibly busy end of summer.  I became a Grandfather, got married, and sold my house.... and that was just the first week of August!!!  Somehow I managed to kick out a page or two, and here is one of them.  In this page we see our 'ol pal SUPER GROOVY MAN, before he was so groovy.  The panels above detail how dismal the dating scene was for 'ol Groove when he was just the everyday run of the mill schmuck named Norman Mann.  A skinny, no talent, chicken brained nobody that dames just wouldn't give the time of day to.  Comic books soon changed all that forever as you will see in future posts.

Wednesday, August 22, 2012


Greetings kiddies...  This is a page I actually colored a few weeks ago and have been meaning to post, but just got too busy.  I am selling a home, I just got married, and I also became a Grandfather for the first time...whew!  Anyway busy, busy summer, but all good stuff.  Well... time to run and put a few burgers on the bar'B. Just wanted to show everyone that the work still carries on. Peace doggies!