7th Wave Comics Blog


We recently released The Organ-Grinder in trade paperback format at Emerald City Comic Con 2016! The book came from Rink Printing in South Bend, Indiana (they’ve been printing our books since Undertow ... Read More »

Monsters & Dames

Artwork from Undertow artists Gibson Quarter and Greg Harms was recently accepted for Emerald City Comic Con’s Monsters & Dames 2016 artbook. Proceeds from sales will go to Seattle Children’s ... Read More »

Emerald City 2015 is almost here!

Big weekend ahead of us as the 7th Wave Comics crew gets together for our traditional release of the newest issue of Undertow! Emerald City Comic Con 2015 is ... Read More »

Jet City Comic Show on Saturday 11-8

7th Wave Comics and Undertow will be in Tacoma this Saturday for the Jet City Comic Show held at the Tacoma Convention and Trader Center–doors open at 10:00 a.m.

Sets ... Read More »

Undertow 4 Is Here!

Undertow #4 is now available here on the website. It is definitely our best work so far–each book has been better than the last and I can assure you that ... Read More »

The O.G. Does F.C.B.D.

A little after the fact on this one, I realize, but The Organ-Grinder #1 (containing episodes one and two from the first two issues of Undertow) is available for FREE ... Read More »

7th Wave News

Undertow and its creative crew will be attending Emerald City Comicon in Seattle, Washington, March 28-30.  Attendees include Adam Gorham, Greg Harms, Gibson Quarter, and myself, and possibly a couple ... Read More »


Undertow is rolling full ahead, with Gibson Quarter and Adam Gorham scratching away with their pencils and brushes, and my Partner in the Panhandle, Greg Harms, throwing colors down for ... Read More »


So a lot has happened in the last month.  Jet City Comic Show in Tacoma was my first show 100% solo, and also my first one-day show.  One of ... Read More »


My life has taken several strange turns these past few years.  My girlfriend has called me a Top Secret Geek as long as I’ve known her, and the utter obliteration ... Read More »