TOMMY is a story about a little kid with an imaginary friend… except his imaginary friend is a serial killer! That’s Tommy’s reality – but now he means to change it!

In the premiere issue of this 3-part miniseries, we are introduced to the cast of Tommy’s world, including the joyless Principal Crabtree, his woozy mother Sharon, and his “pet” rabbit Jack, a mean-spirited and relentless taskmaster who is ruining the boy’s life while trying to “help” him.

Issue 1 Public Cover
Issue 1 Public Cover

Issue 2 opens with the most dreaded thing that could happen to a kid? THE PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCE! Things take an even darker turn for Tommy as he confronts his bleeding-heart teacher and his bled-out mother!

Issue 2 "Precious Moments" cover by Kenny Calderon

Issue 2 “Precious Moments” cover by Kenny Calderon

Issue 3 is the ROCKING CONCLUSION to the acclaimed series! Will Jack conquer Tommy’s mind and exact his revenge at school? Havoc erupts as the final showdown against Principal Crabtree ensues.Can Tommy’s big-hearted teacher ultimately prevail and save the school as well as Tommy’s soul? Or will Jack win at his game of death?

Meet Frank Nuñez, a survivor; relatively young he’s now worked out his life in this new world. He’s been able to eek out a living among the dead, and delves into the deep reaches of the city to find anything to make life better. Frank is beaten, he doesn’t want anything from anyone, and just now resides in his mind to survive and see the next day. But one day while scavenging a girl comes into his life, and all of a sudden (right?) survival is not enough… Zombie Years is a Horror Drama with lots of action and Humor, Survival tips, both real and unreal,  DIY concepts, Latin American/Caribbean culture, while featuring Miami as a whole other character in the story.

Issues 1 & 2 now on LINE WEBTOONS and in print at the Creature Entertainment Store!

Creature Entertainment was founded by John Ulloa and Julio Alvarez; and together with their group of artists, animators, and filmmakers based in Miami, publish graphic novels,  produce short and feature films. I’m the Editor-in-Cheif, mostly dealing with concerning design on some o the Intellectual Properties.Creature iss embracing new media, video, and good old print to create a unique niche in the market for our stories. We work on a modest budget as most independent publishers/filmmakers do and have a grassroots approach to putting our product into the hands of the comic book and movie aficionado, but that doesn’t mean we are willing to put out sub-par products.

Creature Entertainment is always looking for talented artists, writers, actors, and directors to collaborate with. Contact us if you would like us to take a look at your work. We actually like looking over submissions!


VIGIL is about Miami’s very own Superhero Group, where the insanity that is MIAMI meets the insanity of Superheroes. Starring a small cast with varying backgrounds and histories, I wanted to make something that wasn’t just action and adventure but about cultures and relationships, and how maybe the most powerful thing we have as a species is a community.

VIGIL was one of the first Web comics I created, and the first real comic too, having existed as a Mini-comic in the late 90’s. Hosted on the ever popular, it updated every weekend from September 2000 until April 2005 (I think) and then was revived for a short time in 2009-2010 until going dormant again. Currently, on indefinite hiatus, I am nonetheless proud of the work I did on there and see how I grew leaps and bounds. There are plans to bring it back, but only when I have enough time to really attack it.

A collected edition of the old VIGIL comics will probably be out next summer by Creature Entertainment, and you can find bits here on the blog.

A small Autobiography comic I did for a bit, I will most likely start doing this again here on this blog. I really don’t feel the need to make a regular series, since its starts feeling forced. Those that I did, were funny as hell to me, at least.

A Western Short Story, written by Jen Contino. Cheating in a card game seems a valid excuse to blow someone away – especially in the Old West, but what made Dallas Powers kill the barmaid? Has Dallas gone on a killing spree? Can the shaky Sheriff get answers or will he wind up six feet under as well?



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