Monthly Archives: October 2013


Local journalist and culinary connoisseur “Scoop” Cartman is atop the ramparts again, warning the villagers of the invisible curse that has doomed our community to darkness and despair. The ghosts of the Revolutionary War roam freely among us, unseen by … Continue reading

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Getting High Isn’t As Easy As It Used To Be

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Inept Vs. Insane: Seeing The Elephant

Sightings often begin with excitement and high ideals, only to be disappointing or disenchanting.  The high excitement followed by the low frustrations are what epitomize the elephant as something most wanted to “see” but few would have ever wanted to … Continue reading

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Inept Vs. Insane: The Beginning That Never Ends

Yeah, I know…It’s only October, so why am I posting my campaign logo for 2014? Because unless you’ve been living in a hollow log, you may have noticed that the midterm races have begun in earnest. Candidates are shaping their … Continue reading

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Rights Of The Living Dead

All Hallow’s Eve is almost here, which means that the dead will walk among us once again. In light of the current trend toward inclusion, we must grapple with how the undead are treated by us, the living. Are zombies … Continue reading

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Troublemakers – Part Three

Mary Fleener is one of my all-time favorite artists. We both cut our teeth in the comix biz back in the eighties, and both of us were in what I called “the class of ’69”, cartoonists who graduated from high … Continue reading

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Troublemakers – Part Two

Pat Moriarity is another one of my blasphemous cartoonist pals I ran into at this year’s Alternative Press Expo. Pat and I were roomies at the notorious “Green House” in Seattle, an unassuming structure that housed many of the city’s … Continue reading

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Troublemakers – Part One

Cartoonists are a strange breed. Most people assume that we are all of a liberal bent, but there is a strong libertarian streak in our genes that shows itself at the most inopportune moments. It can be costly to our … Continue reading

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Monday Meanderings

This cartoon was originally intended to run in The Union on Tuesday, but just as I was about to turn it in last Wednesday, I opened up the paper and, to my horror, there was a cartoon on the op/ed … Continue reading

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Well, I planned to take a few days off from bloggery, but sometimes events warrant an immediate response. If you haven’t heard, Yubanet founder and reporter Pascale Fusshoeller was arrested Tuesday afternoon for a traffic violation which led to her … Continue reading

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