Category Archives: Cartoonist Under Fire

Fellow Scribbler Evicted

Milton and I started our careers with Blackthorne Comics back in the early eighties. Any assistance would be much appreciated… Struggling artist is evicted after complaining about living conditions at his Altadena home

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Abandon All Hope, All Ye Who Enter Here

Just received word that this new volume of craziness has been released from the asylum. I didn’t make the cover, but have a few memories included from “those good ol’ daze.” (UPDATE: Jon informs me that the book is still … Continue reading

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At Least They Haven’t Connected Him To ISIS (yet)

This is what happens when you win the Pulitzer prize for editorial cartooning, like Sac Bee cartoonist Jack Ohman. You get bigger fan mail.

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If You Order Now, We’ll DOUBLE The Offer…

It was inevitable, really. Of course, now we’ll all have to start using the Trumps to hawk our wares…

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The New Reality

From The New Yorker.

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Show Your Thinking

This is why the nuns used to rap my knuckles with a yardstick.

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Sixty-five

I did this cartoon back in 2002. Pajamas are in fashion, if I can count sweat pants, rents have become astronomical, and Sparky and I have somehow avoided incarceration, but the year is young.

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Diary Of A Teenage Girl

We went to see the movie adaptation of Phoebe Gloeckner’s graphic autobio, Diary of a Teenage Girl today. It’s a wonderful film, although it may be a bit too revealing for some. Phoebe grew up in San Francisco in the … Continue reading

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Who’s Next?

Who’s next, indeed? No one knows what Mohammad looked like, any more than Christians know what Jesus really looked like. We can assume that he had dark hair and a beard, but that’s about as close as you’re going to … Continue reading

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The Invisible Man?…

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