Tuesday, May 31, 2011


I had fun doing the Wikipedia randomness last week so I'm going to do another week of it.

Today my good friend Kristy Caldwell and I worked together on this masterpiece.
You can see her awesome work at:
Her illustrations will please you.

Oh yeah, and tonights Wikipedia entry is:

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Dear Japan.

Hectic day today, so here is the piece I recently finished for an upcoming benefit show for Japan disaster relief called 'Dear Japan'
Here is the facebook event page for it:
and here is the blog set up for it which has a lot of the images of the other incredible artists involved pieces on it:

Friday, May 27, 2011

Dick Cheney.

I feel like Wikipedia caught on that I was making comics and gave me this one. So what if it's 5 years late...

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Buzzing Tree Frogs.

Tonight's article is about Buzzing Tree Frogs, but sadly the Wikipedia page does not talk about the noise they make that sounds like electric humming:

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Girls! Girls! Girls!

Todays Wikipedia page was for the movie Girls! Girls! Girls! starring Elvis:

And here is a link to the classic Sesame Street bit that also inspired the strip:

Monday, May 23, 2011


This week is 'Random Article' button on Wikipedia week. I'm going to just hit the random button each night and make a comic inspired by whatever comes up.

Today's article was about the Yixianornis:

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Baby, Let's Play House.

No info today, need to finish a piece for a benefit show.
Today's song is 'Baby, Let's Play House' by Arthur Gunter.

Monday, May 16, 2011


All about the sports this week. Hopefully I will be able to make some comics that will appeal to non-sports fans as well...

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Innocent 'Til Proven Guilty.

Tonight's track is 'Innocent 'Til Proven Guilty' by The Honey Cone. 
Honey Cone was a girl group signed to the Hot Wax label which was run by Holland, Dozier, and Holland, a trio of song writers that helped shape the Motown sound but left to start their own label that they could have complete creative control over. Honey Cone was only together as a group for four years, but managed to chart multiple singles in their short time together, with their 1970 single 'Want Ads' hitting #1 overall on the Billboard charts. The group broke up in 1973 shortly before their label folded from financial woes.  Here is their song 'Innocent 'Til Proven Guilty' off of their third and final album Love, Peace, & Soul.

Tonight's bonus track is Honey Cone's 'Want Ads' follow-up and second most successful single, 'Stick Up':

Friday, May 13, 2011

Twice the Fun!

Two comics tonight since Blogger was down last night.

Monday, May 9, 2011

Video Game Week!

Hooray! Video Game Week!

On a different note, I contributed some pieces to the Art for Japan auctions going on right now on eBay. A bunch of talented people contributed work to help benefit relief aid in Japan. 
A whole new batch of work just went up, including my two pieces. Everything starts at the dirt cheap price of 99¢! So, everyone should check out all the great art, spread the word, and maybe bid on a couple things...
Check out all the pieces here:

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Mama Feelgood.

Todays song is 'Mama Feelgood' by Lyn Collins. I figured it would be appropriate (inappropriate?) for Mother's Day.
Lyn Collins grew up in Abilene, Texas and eventually married her manager. Her manager also happened to serve as the local promoter for when the James Brown Revue came in to town. Her husband managed to slip James a demo tape and she was made a reserve to possibly replace Marva Whitney when she left the revue in 1971. Vicki Anderson ended up filling that spot initially, but, within the year Anderson left the revue and cleared the way for Lyn Collins to join. At this point Lyn Collins wrote and recorded a few tracks with James Brown's People Records. Her most successful track was her also her first, the 1972 single 'Think (About It.)' A year later she contributed the track 'Mama Feelgood' to James Brown's 1973 soundtrack for the blaxploitation film Black Caesar. She would tour with the revue for a couple more years before leaving. 
Here is her Black Caesar contribution 'Mama Feelgood':

And as today's bonus, here is her first hit 'Think (About It)'. 90's pop nerds will recognize a couple parts of this song:

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Dance Craze.

Even though it's technically over, this is another idea I had for a Monster Week comic.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

No Sleep.

You guys ever wonder what it would be like if I wrote and drew a monster comic in about 30 minutes after being up for 16 hours despite only getting 3 hours of sleep the night before? Yeah, me too. Well, this is the answer:

I hope everyone enjoyed that answer. I am heading straight to bed now...

Monday, May 2, 2011

Monster Week!

Monster Week!

Everyone should make sure to check out the Art for Japan auctions that the talented and dedicated Meg Hunt is putting together. I, along with a bunch of other super talented artists contributed pieces. And, all the auctions start out at 99 ¢!
Check out the blog with previews of the pieces at:
Check out all the auctions that have started here:

Sunday, May 1, 2011


Apparently all that royal wedding talk did something to my brain...
Today's track is 'Indiana' by Zoot Sims with Bucky Pizzarelli, Buddy Rich, and Milt Hinton. Some releases of this recording refer to this quartet as Nirvana.
I will put up some new info about a couple of these guys tomorrow or the next day for anyone interested, I'm working on another project tonight and don't have the time to write anything out at the moment. But, you can at least enjoy the track tonight. It's more jazz than soul, but I think everyone will be okay with that.
And, I guess as is evident by the video title on Youtube, the late great J Dilla used this as a sample for a track he did for The Roots.