My Graphic Novel is available digitally on Amazon!
I actually finished this at the start of the year, so I'd just missed Christmas 2013 and waited to put it out during this season. Here's the official synopsis.
The true untold story of Santa Claus with all the sex, drugs, and violence Bing Crosby didn't want you to know about.
In 1964 Kris Kringle is killed by the mob for welching on a gambling debt and it's up to his estranged nephew, Santa Claus, to take over the mantle as Christmas gift giver. Content to live out his life on a government pension and a cash settlement from a bus accident, Santa has no interest in such things. But when his wife, Sasha, accidentally kills a neighbour with some questionable baked goods, forcing them on the lam, the North Pole seems as good a place as any to hide out. Those living arrangements come with a price though and now Santa and Sasha have to race the clock as they search for the magic sack, conjure the elves and track down the reindeer, while staying alive and free against mobsters, yetis, the feds and a slew of other dangers. But was it really Sasha's baking that killed their neighbour? And if not, who or what did?
Here're the first 5 pages of it!
The idea for the book snowballed(no pun intended) as many of my ideas do, out of a doodle. I drew Santa with a sexy Mrs. Claus and some twisted evil looking elves trudging through the snow like 5 years ago or maybe even longer and for a couple of Christmases in a row revisited them with different drawings and eventually started writing down ideas for where the elves came from, why a sexy Mrs. Claus(her name's Sasha in the book) would interested in such a fat slob and started coming up with ideas for the reindeer and other elements of the mythology until eventually I had a pretty detailed outline for the plot. The book is 116 pages long and is a fast, fun read. You can get it at Amazon, HERE. And hopefully through some other sites soon as well. You can also get the cover art on tshirts and mugs and stuff at Society 6 and Red Bubble.