While studying at the University of Alberta, Martin immersed himself in research about the War of 1812. His research lay dormant until a few years later he met Alexander Finbow at the 2012 Edmonton Expo. Finbow was launching The Loxleys and the War of 1812, and asked Martin to come up with an idea related to that project. Martin conceived a story about the fumbling’s of two incompetent Canadian militiamen, George and John. This series first appeared weekly on Renegade Arts Entertainment’s website, and then was compiled into the book Redcoats-ish.

Martin has also self-published a graphic story “Rent-A-Thug, and a series “Heat”. In 2009 in partnership with Jay Bardyla he produced a story for the anthology Mercy Seat: Children Are Cruel. He has also produced the Hockeypocalypse series, the webcomic HEAT: The Space Age of Pro-Wrestling and the online graphic novel Wrestleman: Where Is Zog. As of 2018, he was working on the webcomic Hell Inc.




Content serial & Cover book front & back:

Redcoats-ish. Renegade Arts Entertainment, Aug. 2014.

Redcoats-ish, vol. 2. Renegade Arts Entertainment, 2018.


Article book:

Redcoats-ish. Renegade Arts Entertainment, Aug. 2014:                                                            “ A note from the frontline”: 3.                                                                                              “Forward March!” Writ., Jay Bardyla. 4-5.

Redcoats-ish, vol. 2. Renegade Arts Entertainment, 2018: “Jeff Martin”:116.


C:\Users\Robert\Documents\CARTOONING ILLUSTRATION ANIMATION\IMAGE BY CARTOONIST\M\MARTIN Jeff Redcoats, 2014, fc.jpgRedcoats-ish. 2014: Front cover.