Monthly Archives: November 2018
Yes, Folks, I left sunny Florida for a blizzard. I’m going to have trouble posting for a while, but I’ll do my best. If you emailed me about a tie or a poster or a silkscreen, and I … Continue reading
It’s the dailies from 2011 and 20012. I just submitted it today, and I don’t have a copy, but I think it should be ok. You can find it HERE. Eventually I’ll get it on Amazon, but here it’s cheaper … Continue reading
People have been asking me about posters. I originally had 25 printed. I have 15 left. They measure 19 by 13.25 inches. They are on heavy glossy paper. They are from 2008, so I can’t remember exactly what kind of … Continue reading
You have to admit it, Serena was definitely tuned in to the cosmos!
The Weekly World News had the news and so much more! A while back in Comments Laurel H. said that Bobo didn’t make an appearance in later years. Laurel, I think this is the last time I drew a Bobo … Continue reading
The Weekly World News was a great newspaper. The editor in charge for most of its life was Eddie Clontz, a tenth grade dropout. He left the paper in 2002 over some management dispute and died in 2005. The paper … Continue reading
Here’s some compassionate advice from Dear Dottie: I wonder if this next gal was James in Kentucky’s sweetie now deceased: The first angel wrenched his back. If this ever happened to you, you know how painful that is.
Arnold is still Moose bait.
Poor Hillary. No wonder she couldn’t get elected. A special note to Lars: I found the particular photo, but if you think I’m going to post it, you’re nuts.