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LANCE STAR AND THE CROWN OF GENGHIS KAI--
A 10-part comic strip event originally presented at www.lance-star.com

Written by Bobby Nash
Art/Colors/Letters by James Burns
Lance Star: Sky Ranger © Bobby Nash
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COVER

PART 1

PART 2

PART 3

PART 4

PART 5

PART 6

PART 7

PART 8

PART 9

PART 10

Here are some ads that Jazzy James Burns whipped up to promote the strip.



LANCE STAR AND THE CROWN OF GENGHIS KAI-- appears in the UBER-TALES one shot comic. It is available in paperback (comic book format at Indy Planet.

Learn more about Lance Star: Sky Ranger here.

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THE FACE OF FEAR - WEIRD SOUTH MAGAZINE #1
Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin.

THE FACE OF FEAR is a two-page story Bobby Nash and Jeff Austin put together for an anthology project called Weird South in the 90’s. 

Weird South was hosted by Dixie Macabre, a character created and designed by Jeff, who was the brains behind this anthology. Dixie appeared at the beginning and end of each story, and sometimes in the middle. For Bobby's two-page story, she appeared at the beginning and end of each page and served as the narrator as well. Click on images for a larger view.

The first two pages below are the edited version that ran in the book. "My only complaint, in terms of the edits was that the last line, which was the thing that tied it together wasn't used, which makes the final panel seem out of place," Bobby said of the edited version.
Page 1 edited

Page 2 edited
The second set is the unedited version, as originally written.
Page 1 original

Page 2 original

Weird South cover. Art: Jeff Austin
Visit Jeff Austin's Art Blog HERE. He doesn't update it often, but there is still col art posted there.

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FREE COMIC STRIP - ONYX - Story and Art: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin.
Pencils/Colors: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin
Artist Jeff Austin and I created the comic strip ONYX for a local kid’s magazine back in the 1990s. This time I handled the writing and the pencils and Jeff served as inker, although embellisher might be a better word. My pencils were very rough. Jeff decided to leave the strip so I wrapped up the story a little faster than I had originally planned, but I think it was a fun story. I love comic strips and would love to do more. If only I was a better artist. Enjoy.

A total of 21 strips were created and they are pasted below. Click on each for a larger view.

Onyx comic strip #1. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #2. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #3. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #4. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #5. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #6. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #7. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #8. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #9. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #10. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #11. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #12. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #13. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #14. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #15. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #16. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #17. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #18. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #19. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #20. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin

Onyx comic strip #21. Story/Pencils: Bobby Nash. Inks: Jeff Austin
Visit Jeff Austin's Art Blog HERE. He doesn't update it often, but there is still col art posted there.

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FREE SHORT STORY - LITTLE LAMB AND BLACK SHEEP by Bobby Nash. 
Illustrations by Jeff Austin.


My favorite panel from the 1st comic script. Sad this never got finished.
Little Lamb and Black Sheep was created by Jeff Austin and I way back when (some time int he early 90's). I actually wrote several comic book scripts, but sadly only part of the first one was drawn before other projects pulled Jeff away from this project and we never seemed to get back to it. I later wrote this short story to appear in Odyssey Magazine and Jeff added some illustrations to it. I miss Little Lamb and Black Sheep. They were a lot of fun.

Enjoy.

Bobby

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Bobby and Jeff have worked on several projects together over the years. You can see another of their collaborations further down this page.

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FREE COMIC - "5 Pages" by Bobby Nash and Larry Guidry

In the wake of Domino Lady's take down of Miles Prince, the self-styled Prince of Hollywood, there's a new mob boss who wants to move in and take his place. Not if the Domino lady has anything to say about it.

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This story is Bobby and Larry's first collaboration.

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FREE COMIC - "LAST STOP" by Bobby Nash and Danielle Serra

When John Parsons stepped onto the subway train heading home, he didn't realize that he was about to take the ride of his life.

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Bobby Nash and Danielle Serra also collaborated on FANTASTIX, which is sadly out of print.


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FREE COMIC - "SURVEILLANCE" by Bobby Nash and James Burns

Sometimes when you feel like you're being watched... you are.

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SURVEILLANCE appears in the UBER-TALES one shot comic. It is available in paperback (comic book format at Indy Planet.

Bobby Nash and James Burns  also collaborated on LANCE STAR: SKY RANGER #1 - "ONE SHOT!"                                                                       
Indy Planet (paperback)
Indy Planet (ebook)


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FREE COMIC - "THE GARDEN" by Bobby Nash, Jeff Austin, and Rusty Gilligan

What lurks in... The Garden?

The Garden is a 10 page sci fi graphic novel/comic written by Bobby Nash with art by Jeff Austin and Rusty Gilligan. The Garden was originally featured in Planetary Stories issue #9, a free on-line magazine. Sadly, Planetary Stories ended with the death of publisher Shelby Vick. The site is no longer active.

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Bobby Nash and Jeff Austin also collaborated on DOMINO LADY VS. MUMMY along with co-writer, Nancy Holder and penciller, Rock Baker.
Moonstone Direct (paperback)
Comixology (ebook)


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