Thursday, August 25, 2016

Post Meridiem PokeMN

This week is the City Pages 10th Annual COMIX ISSUE! My cartoon happens to be featured both in lovely newsprint AND on the world wide web.














*some of you kids may recognize my subtle homage to the wildly popular Nintendo franchise 'Monster in My Pocket.'

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Throwback Thursdays: Gopher Times

Roughly one year ago SUMMER CAMPS were all the rage in Minnesota -- with their fingers on the pulse of this hip new trend, City Pages published these fine cartoons.  Drawing inspiration from Gremlins and adolescence, I present my own tear-soaked letter home.















Stay Alert! Gophers are real.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Paul Bunyan in Summer

Breaking News! This week City Pages finally ran my story about the evils of the Midwest macro-menace known as Paul Bunyan




















Check out all of the awesome entries to this year's Comix Issue in print and on the web! More Paul Bunyan "process-posts" are on their way, so stay tuned--

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Now in Glorious Newsprint!

Look for me in this week's City Pages Comics Issue 2011,
featuring several other stellar cartoonists' take on Life...
In The Future!


"We are all interested in the future, for that is where you
and I are going to spend the rest of our lives"
--Criswell

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Comics That Read Themselves

Damn mutagen!
It's my own fault really, I got my ink bottles and
ooze-canisters mixed up again and, well, this happened:

'Taste Lost'
video

'Spy Flakes'
video

'Hercules'
video

That's right, storyboards--
comic's ugly cousin.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

I... Have... RETURNED!

Well, this is embarrassing. If you are reading this,
then you must be lost. I can show you the way back
to the rest of the Internet, it's easy! But first, does it
like riddles? I'm terrible at them, but I love the idea
of riddles... I don't know where I was going with that.

Here is a 4-page nonfiction comic I wrote, penciled,
and inked last year. It's about Shel Dorf and the origins
of the San Diego Comic Con [dramatized and summarized].








What did you think?
Feel free to point out any missteps. Also, if you were still
looking for a way out of here, I applaud you for your
unflappable retention and tenacity...
and that's all I got for you.

SIT TIGHT, MORE COMING THIS WEEK!

Sunday, August 8, 2010

On The Topic Of Time-Travel...


It's a Maharaja fashion plate! I always have a lot of fun
working with such a versatile character, the different
interpretations are sort of endless - kinda like the credit
sequence for MTV's Daria. And, coming soon, this guy will
star in his very own COMIC STRIP! [look for it]