a political cartoonist,
Dan moved into comics in 2000, writing and illustrating
the critically acclaimed comic series DOGWITCH
adventures of a banished witch named Violet
her search for redemption, revenge, and a date with a
the psychological sci-fi graphic novel, THE
SCRIBBLER, Dan took his work in a more serious
direction. This tale of a dissociative young woman
subjected to a new psychotherapy experiment graphically
illustrates the dangers of mechanical thinking in an
2004 Dan collaborated
with British rock singer
the seminal graphic novel INDIGO
of one woman's experience at the brink of reality.
2008 Dan moved into film with the gender-horror satire DOGHOUSE.
The film was released
theatrically in June 2009, directed by Jake West.
screenplay adaptation of THE SCRIBBLER
was picked up by New Artist's Alliance in 2012 and is currently in post
production. Directed by John Suits, starring Katie
Cassidy, Garret Dillahunt, Eliza Dushku and Michelle