Friday, May 30, 2008

C.A.M.D. 2

Call All My Dawgs! #2: "Call All My Daügs!"

This is an 11x17 double-sided one-sheet comic about two Belgian friends and their personal struggles. Edition of 50, 25¢ each.

Monday, May 26, 2008

Monday, May 19, 2008


Movie Reviews

"The Flying Deuces" (1939)

I enjoyed watching this movie a lot. Plenty of physical humor and sight gags, this film follows the famous duo as they join the French foreign legion after Hardy's heart is broken by a waitress who was already married. It ain't no Marx Brothers movie, but it was still very entertaining and a little bit scary with some intense jokes about suicide and reincarnation. You'll have to watch it to find out.

"Dorf Goes Fishing" (1993)

I've seen job training films funnier than this. I didn't even finish it, I fucking hated it so much. Stay away from it.

Sunday, May 11, 2008

running my inkpen

Movie Review: Teenagers from Outer Space

"Teenagers from Outer Space" (1959)

This was a really entertaining stinkeroo, supreme MST3K material. I even found myself cracking jokes out loud, even though I watched this movie alone. Basically, this group of aliens that all look like Frankie Avalon are looking for a place to grow their lobster monsters, and they decide on Earth. However, one of them was reading a book that made him feel compassion for life, so he runs away from the group and is chased by the meanest of them, Thor, who wields a strobe-light gun that turns people into skeletons. Lots of murder, bad effects, and even a few sexy double entendres. Something I enjoyed, but never want to see again.

Saturday, May 10, 2008

Thursday, May 8, 2008


...and a whole lot of them, about 60 or so. I think these are going to be "free with purchase" at MoCCA (but I'll probably end up giving them all away, per usual).

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Friday, May 2, 2008

Weekend Warriors: final product

This is the final product of my efforts, composed of 2-color spray paint drips, 3-color watercolor streaks, 4-color screenprint. I used screen filler this time instead of photo emulsion, which I was really pleased with, my technical skills have really improved. As you can see, I have also now learned that you can't really print light colors on dark surfaces. Ah well, I only made ten anyways. Now the question, how much do I charge for these dang things (assuming someone might actually want one)?

Weekend Warriors