Eric Cockrell is an Aster Award-winning video producer, podcast writer and producer, comic book creator, author, and a co-host and producer of the web video series "Strange Tales Weekly." He is best known for the comic book adaptation of his book "Blister" which follows a group of punk rock kids in their formative years and is very loosely based on actual people and events.
Essence House is a serialized audiobook podcast by Eric J. Cockrell and Chuck Pineau!
After nearly 30 years of vacancy, Rick Edmund abruptly ordered the demolition of his longtime family home, known as Essence House. What was he trying to hide? And what secrets did Essence House hold? The Edmund family heirs are about to find out the truth about their family and their true inheritance.
Essence House is available on all podcast networks now!
Strange things are said to occur two miles below the surface of the Archuleta Mesa in Dulce, New Mexico at the mysterious Dulce Base. Is it everything they say, or is it worse? Marcus begins his first day at the mysterious base. With reptilians, fear deities, chimera, monsters, and a variety of races of aliens as friends; who needs enemies? Well, of course there’s one of those too! Written and Created by Eric J Cockrell & Gene Hoyle Art by Greg Woronchak & Avery Ferdinand Letters by Mike Waggoner Edited by Chuck Pineau
Punk rocker, Blister almost immediately regrets letting his band-mate Harv talk him into the publicity stunt to end all publicity stunts. They are going to play an unannounced show on the roof of their school during the biggest basketball game of the year! The band takes to the sky, almost literally, in this ridiculous glance into a day in the lives of Wellington's finest punk duo, Blister.
Angela is the first story in the Blister novel, in which Blister falls for a girl at a funeral, and spends some time trying to impress her. It also explores the inner-band dynamic between him and his bass-playing best friend, Harv, as egos conflict, with a little teen angst and a dash of planetary revolution thrown into the mix.
From the pages of Adhesive Man comes Defective Comics. It’s been five years since we’ve last seen Adhesive Man. His powers to stick make him a force to be reckoned with. Since cleaning up the streets from his nemesis Tefloman (CEO of Nonsticorp), and rounding up a plethora of incredible villains, Adhesive Man has continued his crusade against crime. Normally a two-man operation with his sidekick, Wimpy Sidekick, Adhesive Man has recently joined up with the Super Hero Elite Investigative Logistics Department, AKA S.H.E.I.L.D.* as a field operative as needed by Admiral Angry. *not a typo.
This issue of Defective Comics features Adhesive Man and the Gnat, and introducing the Mighty Assemblers!
The evil Tefloman has been Adhesive Man’s nemesis for over twenty years. Five years ago he was sent away to prison for his last time. Three issues later he escaped and has yet to be heard of, until now. His focus is still on ridding his world of Adhesive Man, and as usual that doesn’t seem to be going so well. Enter the Adhesiverse…
Adhesive Man Inc is up and running, Dultron is such a yawn, and while the Gnat is away — Vanilla Guy and Parachute Man’s Son play… with the Invisible Kite!
Eric Cockrell’s Adhesive Man is a superhero whose powers to stick to anything rarely assist him. He fights crime along with his sidekick, Wimpy Sidekick. This issue was previously released in black & white in 2009.
When Narcoleptic Man is found dead at his award ceremony, it’s up to Adhesive Man and Sherlock Jones to solve the mystery! Eric Cockrell’s Adhesive Man is a superhero whose powers to stick to anything rarely assist him. He fights crime along with his sidekick, Wimpy Sidekick. This issue was previously released in black & white in 2009.
It made me bipolar! When things start to go good , they turn bad , and then back again. But this book delivers a whole spectre of emotional rollercoasting. Its brilliant author work!
I grew up as a 90's kid and this book is a great reminder of some of the crazy times I had as a teenager. Great writing and fun storylines! Fun, even if you aren't as punk as Blister!
A fun little read, full of laughs and 90s nostalgia! Looking forward to the comic book version of the book 🙂