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114 – Nathan Explosion

My friend Brian John Mitchell requested a sketch of Nathan Explosion of Metalocalypse/Dethklok fame, pissing on a rainbow. I don’t get it, I don’t approve, I drew a line. I don’t know why, I’ve drawn characters having violent diarrhea before. But I’m older, wiser, smarter, better looking than I was back then. So no go. …

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113 – Concrete

A year or so ago, my friend Jason picked the Concrete mini-series Strange Armor for our show, Gutter Trash. I enjoyed it so much that I rushed out and bought the first volume of Concrete stories and have since never read it. I’ll get around to it. Anyway, Paul Chadwick’s Concrete. Read it, it’s great.

112 – Morpheus

Sandman is one of those books I feel bad about for not reading more of. Back in the mid-90s, DC began publishing (along with black and white versions of Alan Moore’s Swamp Thing) Sandman under the header Vertigo Essentials. I bought ’em all for the 20 issues it lasted, and I enjoyed it greatly. Then …

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111 – Iron Man

Ok, PANIC!: Cereal Mascots

Cap’n Crunch vs. a Soggy. More color hold stuff, less successful.

110 – Starfire

Starfire is the Tawny Kitaen of superheroes. I’m pretty sure that to every pre-pubescent comic geek in the 80s, Starfire is a total representation of sex, and how frightening and awesome it is. I’m honestly surprised that whenever the exploitation, sexualization and objectification of female comic characters gets brought up, no one ever brings up …

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109 – Thor

So Thor was AMAZING! No it wasn’t ’cause I didn’t get to fucking see it. Thor here is expressing my opinion for me. Even though the theater seemed to know beforehand, the projector showing the 2-D (real) version of Thor was broken, they still sold me tickets anyway, and then tried to “upgrade” me to …

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108 – Cap'n Giantskull

107 – Spy Lady

I was watching The Monkees, and there was a lady with big floppy hat like this, and I wanted to draw it. I realize the resemblance to a Carmen Sandiego, but that is a phenomena which completely bypassed me.

106 – Max

I’ve been house-sitting for my parents while they are on vacation in Puerto Rico. While I certainly would love to go to Puerto Rico again someday, I enjoy house-sitting for them when they are gone. They have a giant TV, cable, soft water, a big kitchen to cook things in, and two adorable cats, Max …

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