AboutJay (Dimmy) Geldhof is a Salty old bastard. He's drawn funny books with titles like "GRENDEL", "CONGORILLA", "MR. E" and "SPIDERMAN." That and a nickel will get him jack and shit. He is also the creator of "BOB" a character who seems to be ignored by the public almost as much as by Geldhof himself. Geldhof lives a life better than he deserves in a big RED HOUSE in Kent, Ohio with his wife, Dr.Meg & their brand new baby, Ivy! The zoo also includes three cats, Socko-San, Diesel and 44 along with two Pugs named Izzy and Chico.
Category Archives: Moldy Oldies
Little late getting around to posting about this, but not as late as Marvel was getting around to publishing it! Neil Vokes and I did the art chores on this book some 12 odd years ago and it just got … Continue reading
Found a house + Bought a house + Will be spending much time fixing up house = More moldy oldies for you.
The wife and I have been busy checking out new houses, so I haven’t had much time to doodle lately. Here’s an oldie to tide you over for a while.
Here’s an ODD-BALL piece I did back in 1992. I think I had just finished inking the Mr. E mini series, for DC Comics, so when I was asked to do a piece for the Amazing Heroes Swimsuit Special, naturally … Continue reading
I’ve known Will Pfeifer for over 20 years now. It seems like just yesterday when I was inking away in a tiny Condo and Will would drop by and bust my chops. Hell, if he didn’t come by, I’d probably … Continue reading
Back in 1990, I had just started working for DC Comics inking a couple books so I wasn’t exactly first in line when it came to assignments for the new WHO’S WHO editions. In fact, I don’t think I was … Continue reading
Maybe it should be Father of Old Paint. This was my first stab at a cover painting. It was for Classics Illustrated: THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER. I supplied the art with long time friend and comic’s royalty, … Continue reading
Was digging through some piles of old crap and unearthed this pencil drawing for the cover of BADGER BEDLAM. This was one of my first cover paintings and it’s suffered over time. I can remember being relatively happy with it … Continue reading