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Hawaiian Dick…to NBC

So glad to finally be able to discuss this. Been in the works a while.

NBC Developing Johnny Knoxville Comedy Based on ‘Hawaiian Dick’ Comic Series


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Overcast – Flash Fiction at Shotgun Honey


Please take a look at a piece that just went up at Shotgun Honey. A 700-word crime flash fiction story called “Overcast.”

As I mentioned on Twitter, the story was inspired by this small piece that artist Doc Shaner posted on Twitter one day:



My intention is to spend a little more time with prose in 2015.


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BAD KARMA VOLUME ONE via Dynamite Entertainment

Bad_Karma_Cover_smFor those who missed it, Dynamite Entertainment has picked up BAD KARMA VOLUME ONE for distribution through Diamond.

More info here:



Bad Karma Creative also has its own little corner at ComiXology. More titles coming soon:



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Bloodshot #24 – October

Just solicited online, my first work for Valiant:


Listed here, with lots of other good stuff:


Very honored to be working with Valiant. Warren Simons and crew have assembled an impressive group of talent as they’ve been rebuilding the Valiant Universe, and their success is one of the things that continues to give me hope for the medium.

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Bit Torrents: ’76

Found ’76 on a bit torrent site and downloaded it. Not the best job scanning, pirates.

But here are three pages from JACKIE KARMA:





We really are working to finish this one and present it in a worthy format. I’m going to work on making the existing five issues available, I think.


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OLD DOG downloadable PDF/CBR/CBZ


For a limited time, I’m offering the stand alone OLD DOG story from BAD KARMA VOLUME ONE, along with the OLD DOG prose piece from the same book, in PDF, CBR and CBZ formats.

Just send a Paypal payment of at least .99 (99 cents!) to:

And I’ll send you an email link to all three versions of the book.

You’re free to pay more, obviously. But .99 gets you the link. If you’ve already ordered the BAD KARMA hardcover or PDF, the link is free.

Here’s some information and preview art from OLD DOG:


Written by B. Clay Moore
Art and color by Christopher Mitten
Cover by Ben Templesmith
30 pages

Chicago, the roaring twenties: JACKSON (JACK) BOXER was a Chicago detective on a special detail that made him no friends. In a city overrun with corruption, working in a police department as likely to take a bribe as serve a warrant, Boxer was given free rein to investigate this corruption on his own terms. Integral in bringing federal cases against both criminals and cops, Boxer’s career in law enforcement effectively ended when his wife and young son were killed in a suspicious apartment fire. No one was ever charged with the murders, but Boxer took his cue, retiring to a quieter life as an insurance claims investigator.

Los Angeles, 1950: Twenty years later, Boxer has been asked to operate off the books in much the same way for the LA police department. To entice him out of retirement, LA Police CAPTAIN HARRY CAVANAUGH, once a Chicago beat cop, is dangling a bit of information he claims to own: the identities of the crooked cops that murdered Jack Boxer’s family.

Despite initial misgivings, Boxer embarks on one last quest, shotgun at his side, and joined eventually by Cassandra Falcon, a women who came to Los Angeles chasing dreams that soured into nightmares. Cavanaugh holds the ace in the deck as Boxer keeps tags on the department’s shadowy Gangster Squad; the gangsters that work behind the scenes to influence power in the city; and the assorted lowlifes and high livers that populate the LA scene.



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The first issue is up for preorder in PREVIEWS, and the online solicitation just went up for issue two. Have some solicitation copy and a look at the covers:



Written by B. CLAY MOORE
Art and cover by TONY HARRIS
1:10 Variant cover by TONY HARRIS

On sale DECEMBER 19 • 32 pg, FC, 1 of 6, $2.99 US • RATED T

• A new series from acclaimed creators B. Clay Moore (Hawaiian Dick) and Tony Harris (EX MACHINA, STARMAN)!

• In 1940s Europe, the Nazi war machine is on the move…but crimes are still committed in even the smallest hamlets. Can one heroic duo solve the most bizarre mystery of all?

• From the world of the JSA: THE LIBERTY FILES, witness the birth of a new hero for the ages!



Written by B. CLAY MOORE
Art and cover by TONY HARRIS

On sale JANUARY 23 • 32 pg, FC, 2 of 6, $2.99 US • RATED T

• The previous Whistling Skull vanished in Japan, but where is his body?

• Back in Nazi-occupied Europe, the mystery of the missing villagers deepens.

• And Nigel and William encounter an eerie sideshow at Der Karneval.


If you haven’t heard much about these books, here’s an interview we did at Newsarama, with some preview art:


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Please consider dropping 99 cents on the first chapter (of three) of the Batman story I did with good pal Ben Templesmith:

People seem to be enjoying it, and I know I had a lot of fun writing it and seeing what Ben did with the story.

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Proof of Activity

Once again, I thought I’d share a few random glimpses of upcoming projects. The goal these days is to get books in the can prior to soliciting (or, in some cases, officially announcing) them.

So, here. Have some glimpses.

Billy Smoke, art by Eric Kim. From Oni Press.

The Further Adventures of the Whistling Skull, art by Tony Harris. Color by Dave McCaig. From DC Comics:

Aloha, Hawaiian Dick, art by Jake Wyatt. (including a cover glimpse!) From Image Comics, natch:

A Battle Hymn spin-off of sorts, with art by Ben Passmore and color by Erin Wilson:

And, last but not least, a digital Batman story, with art by Ben Templesmith:

See? I’ve been working.


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Digital Batman announced

DC announced their new digital first Batman title today, and Ben Templesmith and I created one of the stories that will be featured:

In addition to the Bat/Joker image in that USA Today piece, Ben tossed this awesome Joker sketch up on his blog:


I have to say, I had more fun writing this story than anything I’ve done in a while. Working with Ben was a complete blast, and I’m pretty excited to be writing his first real mainstream superhero work.

More details as they’re announced!


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