In recent history, I can scarcely think of a better day than one glorious, euphoric night in October of 2013.
I’ve been enamored with the story of Roberto Clemente’s 3,000th hit since I first read about it in the first grade.
The Steelers played a successful (if snoozily efficient) first couple games. Nothing like their first opener as a defending champ!
If there's one quibble I have about my time contributing to DKPittsburghSports.com, it's that my work has appeared very sporadically.
I looked at the MLB schedule on a day I’d be visiting my mom in Ohio, and I noticed that there was a game in Cleveland one afternoon and a...
I couldn't even tell you exactly when the idea for the Penguins/DK Comics Presents covers struck me.
You’d be surprised how often the fanbases of comic books and ice hockey intersect.
So here’s issue #4…I had to work a little harder to find it, and finally tracked it down on eBay.
Well, it took me a few days, but I finally managed to track down a copy of DK Comics Presents No. 3.
What a glorious morning. I’m gonna have a cup of coffee, gloat a bit, and then it’ll be about time to scour back-issue bins.
The back-issue search continues. Finally managed to track down this gem, I think it looks even more exciting than issue 1! I sure am anxious to read it later today!
I was looking through the back-issue boxes at my local comic shop the other day when I cam across this little gem. You gotta admit, it looks pretty exciting.
In light of recent somber events, we decided to shelve the Sketchbook entry I'd already scheduled for today, and instead create a small tribute to the great Dan Rooney.
As tragedies in the lore of the Pittsburgh Baseball Club go, none will ever match the enormity and the circumstances of the loss of Roberto Clemente.
A couple weeks ago, a friend alerted me to the existence of a huge collection of hockey photos he’d found from the early 1970s.
The NHL trade deadline is always on the mind this time of year, and I couldn’t resist taking another pass at The Trade that Started It All back in 1991.
Living as I do in Virginia, I’d been asked many times by my Capitals-fan friends and acquaintances “When are you going to do a strip about the Caps?”
Since I was a little kid, I've basically only cared about two things: Sports and Drawing. Luckily, I've found many ways to combine my binary obsessions.
I've been a fan of cartoonist Rob Ullman's work for a long time, and only partly because the guy's among the best in the business.