Pete Smellner from Skunk News, and Dr. Benjamin Snowflake react to the president’s new healthcare bill…
I’ve been drawing a comic titled “Skunk News” since the election in November. You can find all the comics you missed on the Skunk News blog. Enjoy. (And don’t get sick!)
I’ll be at the Charles M Schulz Museum and Research Center Saturday, April 29th as part of their author series. I won’t be reading comics, I’ll be reading from the Jane’s World prose novel published last year by Bold Strokes Books. The expanded story of Jane and her pals is full of humor and at times, sexy exploits.
Please join me for the reading. I’ll also be signing novels written under my pen name, Missouri Vaun.
Where: Charles M Schulz Museum and Research Center, 2301 Hardies Ln, Santa Rosa, California 95403
Zilly photo bombed all of us. Photo by Abe Olson.
I finally got to visit the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, Vermont. It seemed as if it took forever to get there from California, but the miles were well spent. Sharing my personal path with others who are just starting there’s. I’ve never really given a talk where I chart my personal path to discovering Jane’s World. Mine was a journey of lucky breaks and chance encounters. I credit my first big break with meeting Dave Graue, who at the time was writing and drawing Alley Oop. Dave was the first professional cartoonist I’d ever met. He introduced me to all the tools of the trade and I still have the beat up T-square he gave me in 1978 hanging in my office in the Schulz studio. It was great to be with other cartoonists and share the pure joy of writing and drawing comics. Special thanks to Nancy and Carl from the Will Eisner Foundation for hosting the event.
Photos by Evelyn Braddock
The trouble with exes is that you never know when they’re going to show up, or with whom. And even if you’re sure that breaking up was the right thing to do (which Dorothy isn’t so sure about) you definitely don’t want to see them on a date with someone you think is hotter than you are. And not at the same restaurant! Especially when all you wanted was a fun dinner out with a friend who promised to cheer you up. There aren’t enough margaritas in the world for this sort of scenario… as Dorothy is about to find out.