Appearance Schedule

To book Jay Piscopo for school and library visits, please contact Tami Burke at

May 7, 2016
Free Comic Book Day
Jay will be at Bull Moose in the morning and Casablanca Comics in the afternoon doing free superhero sketches

June 4, 2016
Portland Public Library
Portland, Maine

June 11, 2016
10:00 - 6:00
Concord, New Hampshire

October 23, 2016
Portland, Maine


VOYA Reviews Jay Piscopo's "The Undersea Adventures of Capt'n Eli"

Hot off the press!  The August issue of VOYA, the leading library journal for young adult librarians, has this to say about Jay Piscopo's The Undersea Adventures of Capt'n Eli.  All three books in this series are available to librarians through Brodart.  

Graphically Speaking
Kat Kan
August 2015

A few years ago, I reviewed the first volume of The Undersea Adventures of Capt’n Eli; the third volume has finally been published.  After a brief synopsis of the previous two volumes and information about some of the main characters, the story continues where Volume Two left off:  Lord Hydro, the self-styled Lord Protector of the undersea civilization, Aquaria, has declared war on the surface world.  His giant fighting robots are wreaking havoc across the world, while Lord Hydro claims he wants Aquaria’s young queen, Coral, returned.  However, she and her brother, Prince Triton, know that Hydro wants to rule Aquaria and all of the Earth.  Kid hero Capt’n Eli, and lots of the world’s ultra heroes, work to help the royal siblings fight Lord Hydro and his forces. 

Jay Piscopo brings old-fashioned Saturday morning cartoon action and adventure into his colorful comics, with lots of derring-do and underhanded villainy – both undersea and in outer space.  Preteens and young teens who enjoy the Transformers, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and superhero comics and cartoons, will enjoy Capt’n Eli’s adventures. 

The Undersea Adventures of Capt'n Eli - Volume 3:  The Mystery of the Devil's Sea
Published by Nemo Publishing
Written and illustrated by Jay Piscopo
108 Pages  |   Full Color   |   $9.99
ISBN 978-0-9817132-2-9