Posts tagged Kurt Christenson

Posted 11 months ago

Kurt Christenson - Comicbook Rockstar

Kurt Christenson, my co-creator on Power Play, has a new Tumblr for his unique brand of comic book themed insanity— — Give the guy some follows!


For anybody who wants to keep up with my comic book work, please give a follow to my new self-titled tumblr.

I’ll be posting more poetry/prose from my novel The Tower of Brahma here, as well as photography & film work.

Posted 1 year ago

Power Play #4— available next week!
I know you guys have been waiting patiently, and the fourth chapter in the revolutionary series is finally going up on sale at Comixology next week!  In the mean time, get caught up on the previous issues here.

Posted 2 years ago


Give a listen to Team Power Play’s appearance on COMIC BOOK CLUB released shortly after the debut of our first preview!

And check out COMIC BOOK CLUB every Tuesday, now at Fontana’s!

Tonight’s guests DANIEL WAY (Deadpool) & Bill Willingham (Fables)!

Posted 2 years ago
Power Play #1 broke all the rules and helped pave the way for many Digital Only comics 

Comixology is on it’s way to an impressive 100 million downloads.  That’s A LOT of comics people have read through their service, and to celebrate their road to nine-digits they’re offering a new free comic every day.  It’s pretty cool that my own Comic Power Play is one of the ones they’re handing out, so take the opportunity to download the first issue and give it a try for free

It’s one of the first comics to truly make use of their digital format and tell a story in a way that can only be told digitally, in a way that really elevates the artform (as opposed to crumby animation that people only pretend to be comics). 

So give it a shot, cost-free, and if you like it check out one of the two later issues.  I’d love to hear what you think!

Posted 2 years ago

As ComiXology closes in on 100 million downloads, they’re offering a free digital comic every day, and today’s free comic is one I happen to be quite fond of (perhaps because I drew it) Power Play #1! 
Get it here—

It’s a perfect chance to check the innovative digital series out for no cash, and see what kind of comic is possible on digital media such as iPads, iPhones, Kindles, Droids, or even just your home computer. 

If you’re interested in making comics, and want to see what the future holds for the medium, you’ll DEFINITELY want to give this one a read.

It’s only free today (10/5/2012), so grab it before we start charging again!
If you like it, please support the series by buying episodes 2 and 3 as well.

Posted 2 years ago

Great interview, guys!  And don’t forget that you can check out the first issue of Power Play here—


Progressively Aggressive Sit Down w/Marvel’s Reilly Brown C2E2

PA: You’ve done a plethora of work for Marvel including the Marvel Holiday Special in 2005, Marvel Apes: The Amazing Spider-Monkey #1, Hercules: Fall of an Avenger, just tons of [work]. What’s your personal favorite book to work on?

RB: My two favorite things I’ve worked on were the Cable and Deadpool stuff and the Incredible Hercules story. Particularly the Thorcules story where [Hercules] dresses up as Thor to woo an Asgardian Elf Princess, giving Thor a bad name in the process. Thor catches wind of this, isn’t happy, dresses up like Hercules and then they fight it out as each other. It was just a fun, goofy story. Fred Van Lente and Greg Pak did an awesome job on that.

Posted 3 years ago
Posted 3 years ago

"Made for the people of the iPod/Youtube generation, on the iPod about the Youtube generation this makes the perfect title."


POWER PLAY #1 by Kurt Christenson and Reilly Brown available here—

Posted 3 years ago

"Reilly’s art is extremely fun, and amazingly good. His characters are life-like, yet remain playful enough to articulate the humor of the book."

—Comic Bookend

POWER PLAY #1 by Kurt Christenson and Reilly Brown available here—

Posted 3 years ago

"With it’s realistic and funny dialogue, and frenetically fantastic art, I’d still have dug Power Play—it’s a rad comic. But Christenson & Brown’s use of the digital arena to present comics in a new way for a new platform is what really fluffs my feathers. Instead of adapting, they’re pushing forward and I dig it. Also? A dude who turns into beer (and maybe pizza) is exactly what I’ve always wanted."
-Ryan Penagos (AGENT M)

POWER PLAY #1 by Kurt Christenson and Reilly Brown available here—