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Over the last few troubling years I have been finding a weird kind of comfort in the company of the Friendly Shark. It probably started with the Friendly Shark characters in other peoples’ comics, and with my own giant IKEA … Continue reading
Do you ever wonder what the Mysterious Animal (or is it a Horrible Creature?) is thinking about in one of these sketchbook drawings? Hint: it is probably not going to advance the implied plot too much. Also, it is not … Continue reading
Hulk poem September. (Not Hulk-ku. Sorry. Hulk make many kind poems.) Light all gold. Spider web. Cottonwood leaf already fall. Hulk find chocolate Easter egg Way back in cupboard. Best September. Also, here picture Hulk. PB draw just today. Borrow … Continue reading
I did not plan for this to happen. For the last three weeks World Headquarters has been all about Health Care- all kinds of Health Care for multiple members of the household. None of it was Covid related, which is … Continue reading
If any minicomics script is ever finished. This is as finished as it is probably going to get before it makes contact with the page. There is definitely one place I will have to make a major decision on the … Continue reading
The first draft, such as it is, of the script. I used 8 of the 10 random words in the seed, or 8 of 12 if you count all the possiblities. Either way, that’s pretty good. I think I am … Continue reading
Not everybody knew at the beginning that Mr. Rock really is a plastic action figure, about a foot tall, the size of a Barbie doll or an original GI Joe. It was part of his original concept in my head, … Continue reading
One of the behind the scenes projects I have been working on is the launch of a special Instagram feed just for my comics and drawings. See drawings of the day, panels and pages from comics, doodles, work-in-progress sketches, and … Continue reading
This blog supports the ancient institution of the doodle. I certainly respect deliberate doodling, as a form of art practice, diary keeping, creative development, or meditation. But the doodles I am saving here are the boredom doodles, the thinking about … Continue reading