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Hey, look at the illustration for my Halloween story! Halloween was two weeks ago. It’s the middle of November and the snow plow just went through. But the spiders on the porch caught a Horsehead Skeleton! It’s an archetypical Local … Continue reading
(It has been quite an October. Inktober took a lot out of me, and some other stuff was happening too. The blog will be back to its usual abnormal normal soon. But today, as the early darkness gathers around us … Continue reading
On a rainy October morning, late in the second decade of the new century, I was deeply saddened to hear of the death of one of the great figures of the last, Alexei Leonov. Leonov has always been my personal … Continue reading
Hulk under maple tree, make poem When leaves not change yet but ready to, Day when looks like rain all day but not rain, Make Hulk feel anything can happen. Something happen. Rain on Hulk happen. Not bad rain. World … Continue reading
And … we’re back. Cartoon Shark Week is coming soon (art is done, edits are not), but we can always rely on our doodles to entertain us every day and keep our creative vision keen and sharp. Let’s save the … Continue reading
Shark Week is upon us, and I thought we would celebrate with some new Thresher the Pajama Shark cartoons. But I have not drawn them yet, so let’s start with a classic post. Back in August of 2o13, I was … Continue reading
Yeah, I am old enough to Remember The Moon Landing. I still get asked this occasionally although that’s thinned out a bit recently, as the anniversary approaches. We all remember the Moon landing this week, even if we don’t. An … Continue reading
Took the Hulk with me (in my head, at least) when I went out with the camera on a sunny summer day, and ended up photographing (mostly) chipmunks. Hulk made some poems that weren’t quite haiku. First, his introduction: Summer … Continue reading
A small possum sticks it nose out from under the ferns and wild grapes, sniffs the air and discovers that the internet connection is back at last. It comes through the air somehow and lands on that dinner plate (mmm, … Continue reading