Stwallskull reports that Lutefisk Sushi Bento boxes are now for sale online at the Altered Aesthetic website. As I mentioned before I participated in Lutefisk Sushi Bento Box C along with some 50 other Minneapolis cartoonists. These boxes were previously unavailable to ‘out-of-towners.’ Now, thanks to the miracle of modern technology, they can be
I’ve finally had a chance to put together a new edition of Cartoon Dialectics Vol 1. This new edition debuted at Stumptown a few weeks ago, but I didn’t manage to make enough copies to offer online… until now. The cover is brand new and was silkscreened by the talented Squad 19. This is
This is another thing I should have posted a while ago. According to Dan and Kevin the USS Catastrophe Shop is open for business… The ship was thought to be sunk sometime ago, but it has resurfaced like the Flying Dutchman to briefly navigate the turbulent seas of hand-stapled pamphlets once again… for the
Vague Cities 1st & 2nd Edition (roll over to see back cover) I was never very happy with the covers for Vague Cities. I liked it conceptually, but the execution always left something to be desired. Not to mention the fact that visually it had little to do with the art between the covers.
As I started to compile my notes on Trans-Siberia, I realized there was still a couple of things left unsaid about Trans-Alaksa. If you haven’t read the first batch of Trans-Alaska notes, you can catch up here. Trans-Alaska was a very formless book. It was done without preparation and ‘straight to ink’, without any
One of the reasons I started this blog was to make it a sort of digital bibliography for the comic-books I create. This is especially relevant to these three books: Trans-Alaska, Trans-Siberia, and Trans-Atlantis. All of the books are out of print at the moment. I've started working on new editions and I wanted
This comic-book is about 4 years old at this point, but I still like it ok. It’s my only attempt a dream comics. I tired to be really literal with it and the result is actually pretty close to the actual dream… well as much as I could manage. I’m posting about it because
Thanks to everyone who came by my table at APE! For those that couldn’t make it to San Francisco, you can buy Vague Cities, my new mini-comic, on my other site, robot26.com. I also reprinted ‘Leisure’.