It’s the last day of August and the first day of the Labor Day weekend, and frankly, I agree with Thresher. Fall is on the inevitable horizon and a lot of us aren’t unhappy about that. Grab your notebook, your … Continue reading
Here’s a shout out to all of us who love those silly phone games. Real gamers call us names, but hey, we are having some fun. And having a faithful pal beside us, like our toy Megalodon, only makes it … Continue reading
And of course, during Shark Week we can learn many interesting facts about sharks. For, example, one of the worst things that can happen to a 12 foot long shark is a 20 foot long shark. Translate that into the … Continue reading
Among the fun things about Shark Week are all the special merchandising tie-ins at your favorite stores. If you like shark stuff, this is the time to shop for it. Thresher is, of course, a keen reader, and like any … Continue reading
No Shark Week is complete without several shows about the prehistoric megalodon. That got me wondering about the relationship between modern cartoon friendly sharks and their own epic history. I decided they think of the mighty sharks of the past … Continue reading
Summer means Shark Week on basic cable TV, and I think cartoon Friendly Sharks probably enjoy it a lot. And even more so now that the tone has turned from “sharks are terrifying monsters” to “sharks are ancient creatures who … Continue reading
These are the base drawings for my experimental story for the Oh, Comics! anthology this year. Any guesses as to what is going to be going on in Kekionga this week? And why are there two different versions of whatever … Continue reading
At the beginning of the last week of September, Iowa went the Big Box Home Improvement Store with her friend Suki to buy supplies for one of Suki’s art projects. “Normally, I’d give you a rant,” said Iowa, “about how … Continue reading
Thanks you for reading along in this silly experiment in comics storytelling! Tomorrow: the story of this comic, the Snit explained, and comments answered.
And the plot, such as it is, is resolved. That’s the thing about the eight page mini as a story form– you have to get in and get out. Comments speed up the arrival of the dramatic denouement!