SIMPLER CONSPIRACY TIMES

A rejected New Yorker cartoon from a “slightly” simpler time when we had no idea what was coming. For the record, Frasier was an okay show from the looks of the few episodes
I saw. It was not “must see tv” for me personally. During that time period I was
only interested in keeping up with The X-Files. I guess the truth could still out there
if it’s not… “fake news.” 

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Red Ryder and The Big Bad Woods (two years later)

Red Ryder and The Big Bad Woods is a Patreon comic I created about two years ago. I’ve been posting 2-3 pages of the story every month since April 5th 2017! April 5th at 9:15 am in fact. Computers keep track of everything you do.

Posting 2-3 pages of anything is a horrible way to run a
railroad. I realize that people tend to forget what happened
in my story six months ago (basically 13 pages ago)! Well,I did
it anyway and we are reaching the end of the line (I like train metaphors today). 74 pages of story, art and plot twists!

Thus, some 74 pages later, I thought I’d post the first 5 pages
for anyone who hasn’t yet signed on to read yet another comic
on their computer screen. I mean, if you sign up now…it’s 1.50
for 74 pages of amazing thrills and chills! It’s highway (or railway) robbery! 

Enjoy the free pages below! If you want more, go HERE!

 
 

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MoCCA Fest 2019 April 6th and 7th

I will be there.

I will have the NEW fourth issue of my one man anthology Rabbit Who Fights along with a few copies of issues 1-3. 

I also made a mini comic, “6000 Years Ago” just for fun and
so that people have something they can buy for a  quarter!

Stickers! People seem to like stickers. So I’m testing the waters. 
I made one for kids, based on my kids work. Plus, I made one for…anyone who likes monsters and the more adult work in 
my anthology Rabbit Who Fights. 

Hope to see some of you there! Find me at table E-172 
MoCCA Arts Festival NYC’s largest indie comics and cartoon art event! April 6th from 11AM-7PM & April 7th from 11AM-6PM (636 W. 46th St.)

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People Say The Out-Loudest Things While I Walk the Dog (and a rejected New Yorker cartoon)

Things I hear when walking my dog in the morning:

Father and little girl walking passed me while my dog is pooping.
Girl: “Daddy I don’t like poop. I HATE poop!”
Father: “Well, I don’t know if ‘hate’ it the right word.”

Man on cell phone:
It’s a nightmare! It’s like the worse nightmare of every young New York couple! (I really want to know what that nightmare is)

Young guy talking to friend:
“Yeah I was living on the streets in Japan. I was sleeping in the park and people were afraid of me because I was covered in filth, and then this American guy told me I was being an idiot! He told me I could be making easy money teaching English here in Japan. And that’s what I did!”

On another note. It’s October and I haven’t seen any
Christmas decorations yet, but I did submit this Christmas
themed October cartoon to the New Yorker. It was rejected.
Too dark?

October elf

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