I hate being mean to people but you're not people to me.
I'm still locked in a Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Fest state of mind so this week I'm reviewing my con haul.
Close-up of a "serenely passed-out" Kreayshawn (after 2.5 "weed brownies," 3 beers, 60% of a 40oz, 2.5mg Xanax in a 6-hour period) with her MacBook on her face and a vaguely demonic cat staring at her.
The cure for brain cancer lives inside Jungle Man's ass.
The mystery of the disappearing gumballs.
Every week I scour the comments of this site for funny things. After I fail to find them I draw portraits of the people who wrote the most passable ones.
You can't cheat learning to draw. There are no short cuts, just years of perseverance.
Nicolas Cage (as viewed from a "Che Guevara angle") 4.7 seconds after being told "sorry, we're actually all out of walnuts" while on a medium-large dose of psilocybin mushrooms.
Hey, look at this guy! Mr. Surfin' Safari!
I've never been able to tell from reading Frank Miller's comics if he was really right or left wing, but he always seemed like a pretty angry guy so I'm not all that surprised by him saying crazy, angry things this week.
An adolescent koala, seated on a trampoline, cries for an unknown reason, clutching 2mg Xanax and a full-grown hamster, adjacent Krispy Kreme donuts.
Robert Crumb doesn't do video interviews anymore ("it's just such a fucking production, you know?"), but he will talk over Gmail chat phone--and give out his address when promised sexy photos.
Look gang! It's Juniper!! And she's on a date!
Aw shit...It's paparazzi!
Each week we sweat blood so that we can entertain you with our little website/media conglomerate/branding firm and what do we get in return?
Bil Keane, the artist behind "Family Circus" died. I bet someone drew one of those comics about Jeffy exploring the neighborhood with the dotted line behind him that ends at a tombstone.
The cardboard placeholder featured a color comic by R. Crumb depicting a drag queen and king holding hands in front of a marriage-license clerk.
"Large dose of MDMA" Halloween-costume, hand-crafted in China, with pulsating first-tier koala.
Whadda we stoppin' for so soon, Red? You gotta take a shit uh what?
If you comment, I can see what you look like via the links back to your Facebook page. So now, I'm going to be drawing you.
The first Xanax advertisement openly targeting the American koala demographic.
Greetings non-believers! There are a lot of books piling up in my room and it's hard for me to get to the bathroom because I've basically barricaded myself in. I've started going to the bathroom in grocery bags.
Hey you graphical novellers, thanks for returning to read another one of my weekly comic book teardowns.