Knowing he’s a fan of horror (as evidenced by his character Doc Splatter,) I asked Cool Jerk auteur Paul Horn to help me put together a Halloween treat for you people. We spent some time on the phone hammering out a script I’d written and the result is a tribute to the internet, gaming, and splatter/horror films. Go read it.
Sam and the sheriff have a brief chat.
The New Yorker has a cover and four-page comic by Chris Ware, featuring the protagonist of one of the best pieces from Acme Novelty Library #18.
Killing time in deep space can make one ponder what’s left behind.
Staff Picks and Aaron says something that may be something close to kind. Or it could be a quasi-threat. I dunno.
An item is discovered, and a bad decision is made.
Here’s a reminder: The Loneliest Astronauts team of Ming Doyle and myself are going to be sitting at an Agreeable Comics table during this weekend’s Boston Comic-Con. There’s going to be postcards and buttons for The Rack, She Died In Terrebonne and The Loneliest Astronauts, along with copies of The Rack: Year One (Mostly) to buy. Ming also is going to have a selection of her original art and will be offering sketches, so come around!
Zeke flees, and the past is laid out.
The Milimetar designer has come up with an inventive, attractive way to recycle glass bottles and turn them into trivets and coasters for the kitchen.
Occasionally, there is the need for inexpensive workplace entertainment.
My pal Jenn has a pair of kids that frankly exhaust me from across the country, so I have no idea how she manages to handle both of them. She’s a designer who does personalized stationery and notecards, but wanted something a bit different for her younger kid’s upcoming fourth birthday. What started off as a question about fonts ended up with me making this for the kid, who loves Batman almost as much as I do. It was a lot of fun to do, honestly, and apparently his friends thought he was awesome because he was a comic character now.