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Friday, May 21, 2010


Hey folks! I actually had something really big planned for this week, but neck hurts and I've got a really busy week coming up. (Needless to say, I won't be updating next week) So instead, I present to you this muppet mash-up.

I'm not sure who did this, but it is outrageously funny and very well done. Being the supportive person that he was, I'm sure Jim Henson would have approved. It's been twenty years now since he left us, and this world is still a much better place for his having been here. We miss you Jim.

I'll end this post with yet another question I've been asked about the Shockmaster. It's hard to say why people are so interested in this flop gimmick, but I get more feedback on that post than anything else. I guess because it was just so funny how it all went down, and because of how mind boggling the whole thing was. The only other thing I'll say about it is that we should be happy it happened before the Vince Russo era. Had that been the case, there would've been a series of matches pitting the Shockmaster against the banner he tripped through, only to have them eventually form a tag team!

Take care y'all! Enjoy the video!

Friday, May 14, 2010


It's video week here at the stuff, and I recently discovered this gem on youtube. Many props to the dude who animated it. And if I might suggest, there are a lot of us who would love to see Lego Stonehenge!

Anyway, it's been a frustrating few days. I shipped my pieces for the AfterCon event, but FedEx only delivers between 10am and 12pm, and nobody's been around to claim the package. I'm about ready get my drawings and hand deliver them! I guess we'll see what happens.

Anyway, that's all for now. Later!

Friday, May 7, 2010


Well, I'm back. Sorry about the lack of updates lately. I've been really slammed at work, which isn't a bad thing. Self-publishing ain't cheap and neither is gas, so I need the money right now.

In what little spare time I've had recently, I've been really tripling my efforts, working on the cartoons for this site, some pieces I'm doing for a benefit this summer (more on that in a second), and a book I've been working on for over a year now. In fact, I've been working on this book for so long, that readers will be able to see the evolution of my style as they thumb through the pages. A part of me thinks I should go back and redo those early stories, but I also feel that art is an ever evolving process and that nothing should ever end the way it begins. That and I'm also really lazy!

Anyway, I'll end the talking part of this post by promoting the first annual Aftercon event. It is an art show that will be taking place during the San Diego Comic-Con this summer, and yours truly has been invited to contribute some artwork! And since that probably didn't excite you, there will be pieces done by real artists, including Phil Yeh, Hermann Mejia, Matt Lorentz, Steve Breen and Ray Bradbury, plus many more! All proceeds benefit the Shel Dorf Artist Fund, named in honor of Comic-Con co-founder Shel Dorf, who sadly passed away earlier this year. The fund itself helps selected high school and college students who want to work in comics and animation. It should be a great event, and I'm really looking forward to it. At the moment, a website and blog are still being worked on to promote the event, so as soon as they become available, I'll post the links.

Well, it been great talking to all of you, but I got to get goin' here. And please, feel free to leave comments on my comics, especially if they're positive ones!


*NOTE: This was the last of three pieces originally rejected by MAD Magazine. Now that they're going bi-monthly again, maybe I should give it another shot?