1. Boston Comic Con 2014 exceeded expectations! I made a bunch of new friends and sold a ton of merch. Thanks to everyone who came out! See you again next year. 

    Rich Picks: His favorite Boston Comic Con cosplayers. 

    Day 1: Mole Man

    Day 2: John Carpenter’s The Thing

    Daley 3: Bob Ross

  2. Hey everybody! I’ll be at Boston Comic Con this weekend selling my books and sketches! I’ll be at table D421. Hope to see you there!

  3. richdaley:

    First edition of my grandfather’s book! Cover designed by me! #poornitely

  4. richdaley:

    Everything is printed and assembled for #BostonComicCon this upcoming weekend! Super excited to premier these updated #MonsterMashup books! #poornitely

  5. Honk! Honk!  Here comes the Muffy MachMouse Mobile!!! If you haven’t bought a copy of either of the books yet, head over to MuffyMacMouse.com now. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?!

  6. New grouping of sticky note doodles from the past month! Also included a picture of the pile that is now taking up a good portion of my desk at work! 

  7. Went to a live taping of the podcast, “Doug Loves Movies” at the Brighton Music Hall back in May. It has been a dream of mine to attend one of his shows for a few years now and I was not disappointed! Super fun and hilarious!

    I made a name tag in honor of one of my favorite all time movies, “RoboCop.” Unfortunately neither my girlfriend nor I was picked. 

  8. daleymashup:

    Week 8’s Monster Mashup creation for my countdown to Boston Comic Con!

    (via richdaley)

  9. daleymashup:

    Week 7’s Monster Mashup creation for my countdown to Boston Comic Con!

  10. Boston’s Finest: From Callbox to Courthouse is a memoir based on retired Boston Police Captain Jack Daley. It covers the five decades he served as an officer working for the BPD. Jack was an honest and harding working cop in a time when corruption was endemic. He challenged the status quo, and helped revitalized a crumbling police force.

    It was my job to design the cover for the book as well as compile, retouch and process Jack’s photos for the book. 

    For more information on Boston’s Finest: From Callbox to Courthouse please visit: BostonsFinest.com

    The book is also available to purchase on Amazon.com