I published the short story, A Clear Solution, in 2012. It was my second attempt at using wash for gray tones, and later, as I looked at the art, I found that some of it looked overworked and a bit awkward. It really irritated me, because of all the short comics I had made, this was the one that had the writing I was most happy with. So awhile ago, I took a break from Salvage and revised the artwork from start to finish. If you've already read it, take another look, and if you haven't, take my word for it—the art is much better now.

Salvage, my graphic novel about science and superstition, sex toys and scavengers is approaching completion. With only one more chapter to go, I hope to have the entire story up by the end of 2018. If this whets your appetite, be sure to check out Split, my other graphic novel, and my page of short comics.

Chapter 1 in which Eric Hammersley arrives in the town of Ixonia

pp 1-7

Chapter 2 in which Eric Hammersley begins a new job

pp 8-12

Chapter 3 in which the Ixonia Science Museum acquires a new collection

pp 13-21

Chapter 4 in which Eric has coffee with Aaron and water with his landlady's daughter

pp 22-30

Chapter 5 in which Eric makes a mistake

pp 31-38

Chapter 6 in which Eric misses an opportunity

pp 39-51

Chapter 7 in which Tuyet is late for work

pp 52-61

Chapter 8 in which Eric accompanies Aaron, Patrice, and Mara on a scavenging expedition

pp 62-71

Chapter 9 in which Tuyet is fired, and life goes on

pp 72-85

Chapter 10 in which Eric has trouble with Ruth, and Tuyet joins the scavenging party

pp 86-104

Chapter 11 in which Tuyet asks Eric for a favor, and Eric and Elizabeth commit adultery

pp 105-118

Chapter 12 in which Eric and Elizabeth find their trysting place trashed, and Eric and Tuyet join the scavengers again

pp 119-140

Chapter 13 in which the tension between Eric and Ruth boils over, and the scavenging party shrinks

pp 141-157

Chapter 14 in which in which Eric, Tuyet and Aaron visit an empty house

pp 158-176

Chapter 15 in which Eric’s frustrations mount, and a scavenging expedition goes awry

pp 177-202