Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Published in THE SALEM (MA) NEWS 04/27/2011:
As if removing the trash cans from public areas will overcome people's inclinations to be natural slobs...
Monday, April 25, 2011
This strip appeared in COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE# 1678,which, incidentally, marks the magazine's 40th anniversary. The Guise started off as a zine called THE BUYER'S GUIDE TO COMICS FANDOM produced by Alan Light and was soon taken over by contributors Don and Maggie Thompson. Since then, CBG has gone thru many an incarnation and evolution, thru a weekly newspaper-size to a weekly tabloid-size and finally to its current monthly magazine format, outlasting many other comics-themed publications that sprang up over the years. Part of that evolution was taking me and my strip on around its twenty-year point. A move I'm sure they've regretted more than once, (but it's nice to know SOMEONE has the guts to print my stuff!)
Happy fortieth, CBG, and may you go for 40 more! (I need the exposure!)
Sunday, April 24, 2011
Friday, April 22, 2011
Sunday, April 17, 2011
Friday, April 15, 2011
Published in THE SALEM (MA)NEWS 04/15/2011:
I admit, this one seems a bit grim.. but given the times right now..
Face, it, they'll take it however they can...
Sunday, April 10, 2011
Published in THE SALEM (MA) NEWS 04/08/2011:
Salem Mayor Kin Driscoll was seriously considering a run against current MA Senator Scott Brown but decided against it. All the quotes are taken vertabrim from the news article this cartoon was based on. To me it sounds like she's trying to convince herself more then anyone else. I guess anyone who has a chance a become a Senator would be a little reluctant (and regretful) to give it up.
Published in THE SALEM (MA) NEWS: 04/07/2011;
The city considers a plan to charge premium rates for prime parking spaces: (the more desirable the area the higher the rate) Including monthly passes and parking meters that accept credit cards.