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My latest comic Ice Cream Warriors is now on ComiXology. Click this widget a bunch to get it digitally. I’ll have print copies at Planet Comicon, Heroescon and other shows this summer!

Ice Cream Warriors #1

Ice Cream Warriors #1

Colored by: Anna Goellner
Cover by: Caleb Goellner
Written by: Caleb Goellner
Art by: Caleb Goellner
Pencils: Caleb Goellner
Inks: Caleb Goellner
Colored by: Caleb Goellner
Lettered by: Caleb Goellner
Published by: Caleb Goellner
Edited by: Caleb Goellner
Price: $0.99

Ice cream people fight over the mysterious resource known as Cryogon. I think that’s how it’s spelled? Who can tell with all the shouting in this comic?

Buy now on comiXology!

San Diego Comic-Con 2016!


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I’ll be at San Diego Comic-Con 2016 signing my Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Amazing Adventures stuff!

Here’s my sched:

FRIDAY at IDW booth #2743

  • 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Kevin Eastman, Tom Waltz, Bobby Curnow, Mateus Santolouco, Caleb Goellner


  • IDW: KIDS Rule!
    Sunday, 7/24/16, 10:00a.m. – 11:00a.m., Room: 4 
    From My Little Pony to Strawberry ShortcakeSkylanders to TMNT Animated and X-Files: Origins to Disney, IDW loves kids’ comics and loves even more the kids who read them! Come hear from the writers and editors of our all-ages fare and then stay for the best Q&A at SDCC, since every question is only open to non-adults! Hosted by Editors Supreme Sarah Gaydos and Bobby Curnow, with DerekCharm, Jake Goldman, and Haley Mancini (Powerpuff Girls), Jodie Houser (X-Files:Origins), CalebGoellner (TMNT: Animated), Sara Richard (MLP), Tony Fleece (MLP)! Plus prizes for all kids in attendance, too!

SDC-see you there! *snort*


Believe it or not, back in the early ’00s, I was a teen! As such, I had TEEN pastimes, like working for my high school newspaper. It was actually a class at school and not work like “I have a career and earn money and spend that money at high end casinos and now I’m so in debt but it’s the only thrill I have in this empty life, god, why can’t I stop?!” work.

Anyway, as you may have put together, I was not a news desk editor or even a star reporter so much as the only staffer who really liked to draw. So of course I had my very own comic strip! It was called “Falky.” He was a talking falcon.

Flash forward to 2015 where I’m a big time comics pro and I do work (but not, like “I have enough money to get in trouble with the people who own casinos,” work). My school paper wanted to interview me! HERE IS A LINK TO THAT INTERVIEW!

Thanks Olathe South!

Pages coming soon, I promise!

The Story Continues In The New ‘2299’ Anthology

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The first page of M:E Vol. 3 won’t surface until September, but I’ve got good news to tide you over in the meantime… Mermaid: Evolution 2299!

It’s a four-page story set in the turbulent future of the Mer-verse, but all you really have to know is that there’s tons of neon. The awesome anthology curated and designed by my bud Dylan Todd features 10 other awesome stories by people who I’m proud to have work alongside. Here’s Dylan’s press release with alllll the deeeeets:

THE FUTURE IS NOW. 2299 Comics Anthology Launches With Tales Form The Future
Earth, July 14, 2014 AD
2299 is a sci-fi comics anthology of 11 stories set in the far future, all set in the far off year of – you guessed it – 2299. Equal parts 2000AD and Weird Science2299 is over 80 pages of thrills, chills, spills and, in the case of the mermaid story, gills.
Featuring over 80 pages of comics and art from creators Derek Charm (Powerpuff Girls, Trip Fantastic), Kevin Church (Bravest Warriors, Regular Show, Wander), Josh Krach (JLA, @FakeAPStylebook), Mathew Digges (Awesome Hospital), Kyle Starks(Sexcastle, The Legend of Ricky Thunder), Nolan T. Jones (House of Orr, SCAMthology), Timothy Weaver, Andrew Otis Weiss, Keith Pille, Jordan Witt, Carlos Aguilar, Caleb Goellner, Dylan Todd, Max Huffman, Max Bachhuber, Josh Trujillo, Lonku, and with a beautiful cover from Robert Wilson IV (Knuckleheads, Like A Virus).
The anthology can be purchased for the low, low price of $2 on Gumroad:
Welcome to the future, humanoid. Welcome to 2299.