Hey, It's Comics! Revolver Zero is the bookend to Revolver One, both collections of stand alone short stories and art.
There were a number of versions of Revolver in between, 6 editions in all. But they are all out of print now!
With Vol. Zero you’ll get a couple of short stories about my childhood, and the death and legacy of my father.
And a poetic ode to Tom Waits fans and barflies I misspent some of my youth with.
There’s Comix Jam pages and Monster pinups too!
The glue that holds my mind together binds this book of art and fun, ideal for your bookshelf, and would make for great throne room reading as well! Not meant for kids but won't scar them either too. Read them together and talk about them together! Tell me about what comes up, i'd love to hear.
Read this Volume to find out why Scott McCloud tweeted“Always liked Salgood Sam’s compositions–a bit delirious”
about on A Bastards Tale.
Mark Waid wrote that I'm"...one of the most interesting, unique voices in comics today"
about a different book, but I still like to mention it.
Yeah, that's right, they liked my comics and so will you! :D
Salgood Sam aka Max Douglas, first put his work in zines in the late 80s, and started making comics professionally in the early 90s. In the mid 90s he started writing his name backwards as a pen name.
Since then his work has been published notably by Image, IDW/NMK, Marvel & DC, and outside of comics clients have included The Criterion Collection, Bravo TV, Nokia, Nelvana Studios, and Fox among many others.
He still makes comics, mostly for the love. And illustrates professionally, mostly for the money. And teaches art part time, for both. He lives in downtown Montreal with three cats and his wife and it is good.