Welcome to a showcase of comic book stories I have written. These works are the product of collaborations with some wonderful talents like Trevor Von Eeden, Rudy Nebres, Roy Allan Martinez, Len Peralta, Claire Connolly and many more! My signature genres are science fiction, conspiracy theories and historical events with lots of witty dialogue and geek culture references thrown in. Thank you for visiting and reading and I hope you enjoy the ride!
Truer Than Trousdale
Three students, Natalie, Garrett and Miguel, face life issues and challenges during their first year at university. Part of a public service campaign to reach out to at-risk students at the University of Southern California.
Story and art by Ramon Gil
The Hard Code
(19 pages+) NYPD Detectives Drake and Garcia must figure out why androids are losing their “hard code” which has kept them subservient to humans for a hundred years before war breaks out between man and machines.
Story by Ramon Gil. Art by Trevor Von Eeden. Colors by Macarena Cortes
The Men from DARPA #2
(17 pages+) Our intrepid government scientists must rescue an old colleague who may hold the key to limitless power that threatens all the world leaders including the President himself!
Story by Ramon Gil. Art by Cee Raymond. Colors by Macarena Cortes
(3 pages) Adapted from a story I posted on my business blog a few years ago. A take of how Steve Jobs and Apple Computers will take over the world!
Story by Ramon Gil, Art by Bill Wako.
(3 pages) The Bee and Soraya, two super crimefighters compare Facebook lives while foiling a bank robbery. Soraya created by Jess Oberes and The Bee by Emilio Villajuan-Gil!
Story by Ramon Gil, Illustrated by Roy Allan Martinez, Colors by Macarena Cortes.
The Hairiest Ride
(5 pages) Did you ever wonder how a certain galaxy far, far away ties into our own? Well here’s a possible explanation to that question as well as some others about the mysteries of the Pacific Northwest.
Art by Derwin Roberson and colors by Macarena Cortés.
Driving Mister Stewart
(2 pages) See what happens when a New York City cab driver gives a ride to a balding former starship captain. And I don’t mean Shatner! A fantasy I came up with when I hear that Patrick Stewart had moved into Brooklyn.
Art by Len Peralta.
The Digit Debacle
(6 pages) Earth has finally made contact with an intelligent alien race. But the question of who’s more intelligent, especially when it comes to math, becomes an issue that threatens the peace.
Art by Lui Antonio. Colors by Kevin Stone.
(10 pages) My first real comic book story illustrated back in college over twenty years ago. The not so politically correct tale of a bathroom scale trying to avoid his fate.
Art and story by me.
More to come…