Category Archives: Culture

The Tipping Point

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Blame Comic Books

Comics have always been ahead of the curve in social evolution…

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The Door Is Open

While digging through a box of old strips, I came across this gem from ten years ago. My, how times have changed…

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What’s In A Flag?

I’ll let you in on a little secret: I have a confederate flag tucked away in my closet. It’s been hiding in there for the last forty-two years. Why? Why would I harbor that symbol of southern stubbornness and inbred … Continue reading

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One Less Bozo On The Bus

Phil Austin, who will be remembered by scores of baby boomers as Nick Danger and a founding member of the infamous Firesign Theatre, has passed away. I will always remember the first time I heard Don’t Crush That Dwarf on … Continue reading

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“I Look All White But My Dad Was Black…”

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Nature Boy

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First Impressions

While watching the news story about the cop who wrestled the 14 year old girl in Texas, I was reminded of this scene from my graphic autobiography, Scablands. So many times in this age of instant news, we often let … Continue reading

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Foiled Again

Just finished this cel painting version of one of my more popular cartoons. I’ll be doing a bunch of these for my next show at The Center For The Arts in September.

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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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