Thursday, July 25, 2013

Trubble Club MCA Comic Day and Brain Frame 13 - July 27th and 28th


Trubble Club will be devuting our completed mural "Vitreous Humor" this Saturday at the MCA. Also, we'll be outside the museum making jam comics and an exquisite corpse with the public, as well as displaying the Infinite Corpse as part of the MCA's Saturday Strip! Here's a link to the full programming schedule, it's gonna be a full day! http://www2.mcachicago.org/event/saturday-strip-comic-day-mca/ 

The photo above is an in-progress preview of my panel in the comic.

Here are some more pictures of the whole mural. You'll have to come Saturday to check it out up close!





Lastly, Sunday is Brain Frame 13 - the SECOND ANNIVERSARY of the live comix and perfomance series. I'll be helping with the performance of the Infinite Corpse. Here's a link to the Brain Frame info. It's going to be insane and awesome and you should come.

BRAIN FRAME 13

Tuesday, July 23, 2013


Monday, July 22, 2013


Saturday, July 20, 2013


Friday, July 19, 2013


I drew this strip for the New City music issue, out yesterday, just in time for music-festival season.
You can click it to enlarge, or read it on the New City website.


Thursday, July 18, 2013

Thanks, Tom!

Tom Spurgeon over at The Comics Reporter wrote up my book: Our Ever Improving Living Room. I think it's a pretty spot-on review, and I'm honored.http://www.comicsreporter.com/

Thanks, Tom!


You can get the book for yourself at the Yeti Press Store website: HERE

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

sketchbook doodle of Yakko from the Animaniacs cartoons, from memory.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Il Corpsey Infinitium il Brain Framium XIII

Brain Frame, the strange, fascinating, and exciting, live comix show is entering its Terrible Twos (terrible in the sense that it will continue to kick ass and take names).
The 2nd anniversary performance is SUNDAY, JULY 28TH at 5PM (SHOW AT 6PM)
at the CO-PROSPERITY SPHERE - 3221 S MORGAN ST in Bridgeport. $8

As part of the show, I'll be joining the jam-comics collective Trubble Club as they a live interpretation of the Infinite Corpse, the never-ending, ever-expanding, multi-dimensional online comic. You, the audience, will choose which path everyman skeleton Corpsey should take next.

Full details on Brain Frame, and the show here: BRAIN FRAME TUMBLR
and check out the program image designed by Brad Roloff -


Sunday, July 7, 2013

Saturday, July 6, 2013

I promise I'm drawing other things besides cartoon doodles.









I watched Dragon Ball Z with my Dad this morning.