Recently there's been a lot of backlash towards people on deviantART submitting nude photography. I've seen way too many forum topics about the subject. While I respect everyone's right to their own opinion, I think it goes a little too far when people start calling others' artistic abilities or motives into question, all because they don't like to see naked bodies. There are far more constructive ways of expressing an opinion that don't involve being a jerk. Can't we all just get along?
So enjoy Ben asking a pointless question, a guy making an unfair comparison, a girl being a jerk, and Winslow contributing absolutely nothing worthwhile.
(And keep an eye on the girl. You'll see her again.)
.... Not a Dead Days, definately not a Dead Days (one of those is coming soon though!). Nope, this is a piece done for the paper. It's pretty self-explainatory, you know, if you could read. But hell, if you couldn't read, you wouldn't be here in the first place because, God help me, my comics are wordy. Not "Cathy" wordy though. Dear Lord no. Not really "Sally Forth" (ugh) wordy either. It's just Dead Days wordy. You either like it or you don't. I figure if you don't like to read, you don't like comics. Hell, I want you to spend TIME with my comics. Comics that end in 4 seconds are cool and all, but me, I like to give my readers some bang for their... view. Yeah. But this isn't a Dead Days. So it's a moot point anyway. Point is, that this comic is here, and a Dead Days is coming soon. I'm sleepy. I sleep now. *sleep*
Thanks for watchin' (as always)
Okay, so a few days ago -X- asked me to draw a comic depicting the RIAA's recent 0wning of webcasters.. as a follow up to this news article. So this is what ended up coming out.. although it's not really specifically about that news article, just a general display of the RIAA's evilness. And actually more influenced by this more recent news article.
Ah yes, and matteo asked me to do a comic for a satire site which he's a part of.. so this will be appearing on that. If he wants it I guess
Well everybody, we're at the eve of war, and it seems like there's nothing we can do but sit at home and stare at the TV screens with detached powerlessness. Am I scared? You better BELIEVE I am! Heck, I've already constructed a bomb shelter out of duct tape and cardboard boxes in my backyard! (It's also got a months supply of pringles and moist towlettes, in case this takes a while) Still, while the war on Iraq may be speedy and successful, my large concern lies in what will happen afterwards.
What's terrifying here is that that our incompetent monkey of a president has constantly acted like the opinions of the world are irrelevant, and has shown unending disrespect for the opinions of other countries. In a time when we should be rallying support around the world to end terror, Bush has instead been bullying every country in even mild opposition to us by saying, "You're either with us or against us." By using meaningless buzzwords like "Axis of Evil" in his speeches, he is alienating and insulting our fellow countries when he should be respectfully asking for their help. Rather than try to make his case, Bush threatens anyone who looks at him sideways. Perhaps worst of all is the fact that America has now lost complete credibility with the United Nations, which was up until now the only thin ray of hope we've ever had towards something resembling world peace. Let's face it- the reason we were attacked on 9-11, and by other terrorists in the past, is because much of the world hates our guts. By acting without the support of the world, we are just fueling the worldwide anti-Americanism that got us in trouble in the first place!
Anyhow, (sorry for the long rant!) this is a picture showing George "War" Bush and his paranoid, cowboy approach to world diplomacy. As far as I can tell, a platypus with mental birth defects would make a better president!
Does anyone actually have this problem anymore? I've been smuggling food into movie theaters for so long that I'm not even aware if policies have changed or not. Why, a few weeks ago when I went to see "The Incredibles" I had an entire crawfish meal from Popeyes inside my jacket, tucked up under my armpit. My mobility was severely hindered and I stunk like seafood, but no one seemed to notice (or care).
Anyway, this is another older comic that I redrew and colored to bring it up to speed with the rest of the Vampiric Minority series. This one is the first part of four Vampiric Minority comics about the movie theater.
If you'd like to see the whole series from the beginning, go here: [link]