This educational comic book is for sequential artists looking to improve their use of text and paneling in their comics and picture books. This was my supplementary text for my breakout session at the 2019 Lines & Letters Conference, starring my dog, Marmaduke!
Purchase 28 page, full-color Panels & Text comic book (6 3/4” x 8 3/4”) $10.00 US (Limited Quantities)
Where do crabs live? In sandcastles! Hundreds of ocean-themed jokes for kids ages 5-10. Knock-knocks, tongue twisters, one-liners, and puns will keep them laughing all the way to the beach. Includes fun facts plus kooky caricatures for kids to color in. Packable size to take on trips. Crack your friends and family up with the gift of humor. Written by Natasha Wing, Illustrated by Stan Yan. January 2020
Purchase 68 page, b&w book (5"x8") $7.99 US
There's a Zombie In The Basement
My whimsical, rhyming bedtime storybook inspired by my son’s fear of my zombie caricature artwork. April 2016.
The Wang follows the misadventures of Eugene Wang, graduating college student, and the spectacle of his dysfunctional relationships with his mom, girlfriend, and the very few other people in his lonely life. The Wang can be seen as a story about the spiritual, erotic, and neurotic awakening of Eugene and those around him.
What do Ronald Reagan, Jerry Fallwell and Bob Denver have in common? They’re all dead! What else do they have in common? Obscure comic artist, Stan Yan drew zombified caricatures of them. Is there a connection? Stan doesn’t think so, but the evidence—and the bodies—are stacking up, and Stan needs to figure out why, since he has also incidentally drawn one of himself for his business card.