Comics Work

For a list of published work, see my bibliography.


Every cartoonist is doomed to do a Charles Atlas takeoff at some point. In my defense, the form was dictated by The Stranger, but I got to determine the content (2004).



A 3-page Sam Shade story for Nickelodeon, written by Paul Karasik (2003).


A little-seen one-page comic about J.R.R. Tolkien that ran in The Stranger (1997).


2 Responses to “Comics Work”

  1. Colin Upton Says:

    Hi, this is Colin Upton from Inkstuds. I had a lot of fun at the show today, if you send me your address i can send you a copy of the Pig War story I did.

  2. Adam Snetman Says:

    Hi Jason. I’ve tried digging around the web to see how I might contact you for comics work. I’m a graphic designer at a firm in NYC, and we are looking for an artist to work on a comic book project for a client of ours. I’m a long time fan of your work and think you would be great for the project. Is there a way I can reach you to tell you more about what we have in mind to see if you’re interested?


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