It's nice to have it all in one place.
Strips of mine for free reading on the internet:
My take on Batman at French webcomics site Grandpapier.
Batman is also up on my website, in the scroll format if you prefer that....
Old psycho joy tale God is Happy.
2 strips for Where the Wild Things Are: The PG-rated one and the rejected PG-13/R-rated one.
Preview pages and a 10-page pdf for my first book House.
Same here for Jessica Farm: Volume 1.
Friday, December 25, 2009
Clockwise from top: Mini Josh, Mini Wendy, Golden Boy, Turtle, Franklin Junior, Franklin P. Quacker, Monkey, Chicken, Quacker Senior, Regular Panda, Elephant, Bunny, Retard Panda, OldTheBunny (+ random Mini Chickens scattered throughout). Card and all people by Wendy except for Golden Boy, OldTheBunny, and random Mini Chickens.
Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Among many other things I will be working on and putting out in 2010, perhaps most important to the world of racial magic is The White Rhinoceros. The White Rhinoceros is a racially-oriented psychedelic fantasy comic written by The Partridge in the Pear Tree and drawn by me. It's going to be a very long book. It will be serialized in the anthology Mome beginning with volume 19, which comes out summer 2010. Full Hyper Color!
Monday, October 05, 2009
For the up-coming Where the Wild Things Are movie, Vice magazine put together a promotional comic book edited by Johnny Ryan. (The mini website is here; I think the pamphlet will be included in this month's magazine.) The "night-time" strip above was my original submission. It was rejected at the last minute by Warner Bros. Here is the soft, lite, "day-time" strip that they did accept.
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Friday, July 31, 2009
Go get a copy of Robin Bougie's great and groovy Cinema Sewer Volume 2 book-- Packed with Robin and company's writings and interviews on porn, horror, gore, exploitation, forgotten and happy gems and shitballs of films-- Including two and a half pages of extremely homoerotic collaborative comics between myself and the Boogz (from 2003). See:
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
One of the things they tell you in art school is to copy from accomplished artists in order to improve. Here are a bunch of copied drawings I did while living in northern Sweden in the winter of 1999. Hmm, let's see-- There's Kirby, Clowes, Segar, Joachim Pirinen, Crumb, Ware, Tenniel, Warren Craghead, Herriman, Gould, and a few Swedish cartoonists and others I don't recognize....
Sunday, March 29, 2009
So I have an art show up in April, but the opening is this Friday, April 3rd, 2009, from 8-10 p.m., at Secret Headquarters in Los Angeles. Several new and newish paintings and drawings. Also, I'm printing up very limited quantities of a trio of recent stories as minicomics- "In a Land of Magic," "Cockbone," and (thanks to Secret Headquarters), "Batman." Yes, come.