Monday, December 05, 2005

MSP #9: What Baby Really Wants for Christmas

Okay, the second comic strip to be rendered by hand and tweaked with Photoshop. I got lazy, ran out of time. And you think this one's violent? I originally had in mind a swarm of kids ripping Santa to shreds (body parts and organs and blood flying everywhere!) and little Baby Jane making off with Santa's severed left arm.

Merry Christmas, everybody.

Friday, November 25, 2005

MSP #8: Car and Driver

After a two week absence, the strip returns. FYI, The Other Press finally did get around to printing my Remembrance Day themed strip, although a week later, and accompanying a letter-to-the-editor on why it didn't get printed during Remembrance Day.

Sunday, November 06, 2005

Gutterfly Comix to Comic Genesis

First, some bozo hacks into Gutterfly Comix, and then the site owners decide to quit altogether. So, as a consequence, I did find a new home at However, I'm still waiting for them to e-mail me my new password and login ID. I sure as hell hope that I don't have to fill in another form because it took me about fifteen minutes to figure out what they meant by a country code. What's next, a thumb print and a DNA sample?

Oh, wait...

Thursday, November 03, 2005

The medium and the message

As good art typically does not require explanation, sadly, the Rememberance Day themed strip did not qualify. At least, for the intended audience. After having a conversation with my editor, the decision was made to not run in its current form, as it was determined that the depiction of iconic war images (bombing of Hiroshima, napalming of Trang Bang, the prisoner abuse at Abu Gharib Prison) was trivializing when rendered in Microsoft Paint.

Therefore, for the second time in a row, the printed version of the strip will not be rendered using Microsoft Paint, pending final approval.

Saturday, October 29, 2005

MSP #6: Crazy Cat and Iggy Mouse

Okay, so I didn't draw this one in Microsoft Paint. The Other Press opted to do a 1920's theme issue, and as much as I wanted to do something with the Scopes trial and the teaching of evolution of schools, I just couldn't get it to work. So, I did the next best thing and decided to do a homage/parody of George Harriman's Krazy Kat.

Movin' On

Dear readers (who have generated all of my 56 hits as of October 29th):

I have recently been granted webspace on Gutterfly Comics and will be putting up a website there. Stay tuned for more details!

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Sunday, October 02, 2005

MSP #3: Thanksgiving

(FYI for Non-Canadian readers...Thanksgiving typically occurs on the second Monday of October)

Thursday, September 29, 2005

MSP #2: Fun with Ricky, Jane, Jenny, Billy, Jimmy, and Gina

This strip originally appeared in the infamous "Sex Issue" of The Other Press.

MSP #1: G.M.O.