Happy, Happy, Happy

Posted by on Apr 10, 2009 in General | No Comments

Drawn & Quarterly announced this morning that October marks the release of a collection of one of my favorite, least-remembered comics series: Thirteen Going On Eighteen by John Stanley. One of the more successful Dell Comics runs of the 1960s, Thirteen is (a) an absolute riot of (b) brilliant cartooning that is (c) almost impossible […]

Also…

Posted by on Mar 31, 2009 in General | No Comments

…and this is the height of geekdom, forgive me… …but fifty years ago today, on March 31st, 1959, the world was first introduced to Supergirl, Bat-Mite, and the Space Museum.  So, Happy Birthday to three of my favorite things in comics. That is all.

Your Annual Reminder…

Posted by on Mar 31, 2009 in General | No Comments

Tonight is the night of March 31st. Be careful out there tomorrow. Anything could happen.

Story Structure For Meddlers

Posted by on Mar 31, 2009 in General | No Comments

Re\Visioned: Activision – Kaboom   And then there was the time I got to work with Dave Foley and Ed Begley, Jr….kinda.  A couple of years ago, with not a little chiming in from Tom Peyer, I wrote this five-minute cartoon for Activision.  It’s now up on YouTube.  In retrospect, it’s about a minute too […]

INCREDIBLES

Posted by on Mar 27, 2009 in General | No Comments

The Incredibles #1 came out yesterday. Artist Marcio Takara made me look good. As usual. And I’m pleased that it seems well-received. I mention this not to plug my own work (though nothing makes Ross happier), but to brag about how I am roiling with only a little bit of bitter jealousy that The Muppet […]