Kickstarter Success!!

Kickstarter Success!!

The Kickstarter for Mindgator book 2 is now successfully completed at 106%. Thank you to all the lovely backers who helped to bring this project forward. Now that the campaign is over, I’ll be working hard for the next couple of months to bring the […]

The Mindgator cast: post 1 of 3

Miguel Meet Miguel, a carefree messenger on a flying-bike sailing through the skies of Tokyo in the year 2066. Only his scars hint to a past that he almost didn’t survive. Flying home one night, he happened upon an old man shaking uncontrollably as he […]

The New Logo

The last logo was a bit obtuse so I’ve to decided to make it all a bit clearer. The name of the company and this website is Mulele Redux. The Kanji in the logo is the single-character kanji for my name, Mulele. In other news, […]

Comitia 113

It’s been a week and a half since Comiket 88 and I’ve hardly had time to catch my breath but COMITIA 113 is coming up this Sunday! I’ll be there with my usual bag of tricks plus I’ll have copies of the new Japanese edition […]

WCT Field Report #4: Meet Melissa

The past few weeks have been really busy with art that I’d kind of like to leave spoiler free for the book. So rather than go yet another week without a post, I’d like to introduce or re-introduce you to some of the main characters […]


Page 10 of The Mindgator is up! Setting up new characters and their motivations. The woman now has a name, “Mai”. We’ll be seeing more of her in pages to come. The Mindgator is a weekly Sci-fi Adventure comic written and drawn by Mulele Jarvis. […]

Manga artist wields ‘fude’ brush in samurai epic

click to enlarge Step off the plane, fresh from my vacation to new york and what do I find? An article about me in the Japan Times! You can read all about it HERE. Mentioned in the article, a segment of EN is pictured above. […]


Move is all done and I’m settling in nicely but now NYCC is just a week away! And as I prepare to go, posting is getting a little sparse. Sorry about that. As I mentioned a few posts ago though, I am posting a lot […]

Elbis Review

The unstoppable Tim Young over at Deconstructing Comics with his brother, the mighty Paul, review Elbis. As Tim says on his site, “This episode, Tim and Paul roll up their sleeves and give [Elbis] a good ol’ fashioned (unbiased?!) critique!”


Was out drinking in the park, as you do in summer, when along came a frog! I wasn’t expecting frogs in the middle of Tokyo. And certainly not such a large frog. Perhaps he was attracted by the beer in my hand or the plate […]