Franky Banky gets his own comic book!

Franky Banky gets his own comic book!

I am excited to announce that after having made his debut in the survival guide, Stuttering is Cool: A Guide to Stuttering in a Fast-Talking World, Franky Banky stars in his very own comic book. It’s a comic book series, actually, and it’s entitled, well,...
How to stutter during the holidays

How to stutter during the holidays

Download in PDF (3MB) Throwback Thursday, also known as #throwbackthursday and #tbt, is a special day of the week where people share photos from yesteryear on social networks. In the spirit of #tbt today, I’m sharing the above infographic comic I originally...
How to make saying your name a good experience

How to make saying your name a good experience

Download PDF version (4MB) While I’m not a big coffee drinker, I do love my mochaccino! It most likely has something to do with my sweet tooth. In fact, I like mochaccinos so much that I’ve made it into the official drink of the Stuttering is Cool podcast!...

Stuttering comic book sneak peek!

Here’s an excerpt from my upcoming stuttering comic book in honour of National Stuttering Awareness Week 2013. Thus, link #101 doubles as an announcement – the book I’m working on! I haven’t chosen a title just yet but I can tell you that the book...

Enter The Ti-Ger

In this comic, Franky Banky shows us his mixed martial arts skills in a UFC style cage match with Ti-Ger, his stuttering! I drew this comic to introduce the Ti-Ger Analogy of Stuttering Acceptance and Empowerment. Long name but check it out at ti-ger.org. It’s a great...

Rough sketches of the Tiger Analogy

Here are some rough sketches I made to see how rusty I really am in gesture drawing. These are for an upcoming strip I plan on working on while on staycation in August. The strip will explain The Ti-Ger Analogy of Stuttering Acceptance via Franky Banky in a UFC-style...