This office cartoon shows one of my favorite writing techniques: taking two or more similar idioms and combining them. The math is just a bonus.
Just a reminder that if you’re using my 1988/2016 DC Super Powers calendar for your desktop wallpaper, it’s time for an update.
Click on the image below for this month’s 2560 x 1200 wallpaper:
Wanna grab the other months? Here’s all 12 for you!
Captain America: Civil War is still a week away and if you’re like me you can barely contain your excitement!
So, to help wile away the hours until then, here’s some stuff to peruse. Enjoy!
When the boy was little he had all these cute little Marvel action figures that he just loved. Apparently they were really popular because they also spawned a TV show, a video game, and a set of trading cards. Here’s a sampling:
You have to love that 70’s Marvel sense of goofiness, and these Topps stickers embody that nicely. Here’s a sampling:
Here’s some more 70’s Marvel in the form of a card game, and there’s a ton of Civil War characters. Here’s a sampling:
I also love old coloring books, and this Captain America one is a hoot. Check it out:
There’s mighty punching…
And whatever this is…
Last but not least is a really, and I mean really weird coloring book starring the Avengers:
Yeah, you’re gonna want to download this one. If for no other reason thatn to help Hulk with the problem in his pants. I’m not kidding.
OK, hopefully that’ll keep you occupied until Civil War comes out. Enjoy!!
It’s been a little while since I’ve been featured in Reader’s Digest, so I’m really happy to share that I’m in the May issue. Here’s the cartoon:
It’s a gag I like, and I’m happy with the line art, but what I really love is the color on this, and I can say that without sounding like a jerk because I didn’t do it.
For about two years now I’ve been working with a terrific artist named Rick Hughes and he handles all my shading and coloring. I’m a competent colorist, but Rick’s work is of a much higher caliber (I mean look at that above!) and I’m super lucky to have found him.
So, if you’re looking for someone to help you shade, color, or otherwise help out with any art duties, , OK? He’s a good guy, he’s never missed a deadline, and his work speaks for itself.