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Shazam

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This is my first attempt at grinding my own ink… it was an interesting writing experience and I’ll have to get used to it. Click here to purchase

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Frank Zappa & Jack Kirby

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Frank Zappa and Jack Kirby were friends? Sacre crap! Click here for the full story.

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Not For Thought

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Not For Thought

OK, Chris, so, I found an old document with random crap that we said to each other or thought of and I figured I would sit down and try making a comic strip. I made this one and, considering I haven’t drawn in about 7 years, I think it came out pretty well. Next time, I’ll remember to do the lettering in ink, though. This has been my thing for the day.

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Soldiers of something something

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Hey, Chris, So, I’m on the train to work (I go in early on Mondays and Tuesdays) and in addition to writing this, I’m reading “Soldiers of God” which is a comic by Kelly Clancy that I’m supposed to review for the Peace Corps. I’m way behind schedule for that, so, imma get back to it. Oh, hey, can you remember to transfer your Things data? I mean, if you have time. See you at like 1AM.

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Poor Yorick

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Poor Yorick

So, I made this comic like a week or so ago with normal olde time balloonery but after talking about the ‘merica balloons, I tweaked it. This is a teency skull I got from my friend Sam who used tem in an art project because she is crazy and morbid and crazy and ever since I got it (months and months ago now) I have been planning to make this very comic. I love when that crap happens. Crap. Happens. Crappens. Oh, fortune! Oh, crappenstance! PS: Chris, this is a joke from Hamlet which is a play by William Shakespeare [...]

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‘merica

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‘merica

First, I think this comic illustrates a national truth that we, as a culture, are… I’m not sure how to say this, we’re more proud of where we came from and not as interested in where we are, where we’re going, or why we left. You know, speaking broadly. And here is an excerpt from “American Gods” which I feel is Germaine Jackson to the conversation and I’m tired. “This is the only country in the world,” said Wednesday, into the stillness, “that worries about what it is.” “What?” “The rest of them know what they are. No one ever [...]

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