Wednesday, March 28, 2012

MY BRUSH WITH A SPY


Scott Nimerfro and I had this series idea, right?  About spy planes secretly being built in Burbank in the fifties... and the bad guy was a Russian spy (above), with an American accent and the all-American, above-suspicion vocation of Fuller Brush Salesman.... able to enter every home in the city and sweet talk the wives of the aero plant engineers... before running off to a pay phone to relate his findings to Moscow via long distance operator.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

A SPECIFIC RESUME IS REQUIRED


Inspired during my days of riding the MTC bus to campus.  En route from downtown Minneapolis to the University of MInnesota I saw a door on the side of a building marked 'PLANT ENTRANCE' and, well, it sorta grew from there.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

OLD TIME COP

12 o'CS sketch.  Just another big city copper, circa 1936,  trying to figure out what the hell is going on after midnight in his city...

Thursday, March 15, 2012

STAR WARS -- A NEW HOPE - LUKE'S FIRST LESSON

This strip was selected from starwarsstripz.blogspot.com, your one-stop-shopping for an irreverant (and occasionally violent but always humorous) take on the 1977 STAR WARS film.   

http://www.starwarsstripz.blogspot.com/

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

NO MYOPIC BIRDS WERE HARMED IN THE MAKING OF THIS CARTOON


An oldy but goody that always brings a laugh.  Re-colored with my trusty Corel 11. 

Charles Darwin might have had a cartoon like this on his wall if he had a computer to open it.  Then again, if Charles Darwin had a computer, what a different world it would be now... which gets one to thinking: if Jules verne had driven a Chevy Volt back in his day, imagine what kind of even wilder stories he would have come up with.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

RAT DAZE (or How To Stop Worrying and Love the Bell)

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This little animated film of mine had its world premiere at the animation fest segment of the 1st ANNUAL PASADENA COMIC CONVENTION.   The true highlight of the convention however was reknowned comic artist/illustrator Bernie Wrightson being there.  The guy even signed my (battered, well-read) SWAMP THING #1.