Good lord, I have been hideously remiss in keeping up with this blog. Let's dust things off around here and...HEY, WHO LEFT THAT GLASS OF MILK SITTING HERE? It's cheese now. Hm. Not bad. Anyway, here's links to my latest stuff from the LA Times.
Under the latest cartoon, about a Civil War Reenactment in Moorpark, CA, are links to more of my most recent cartoons, including one about the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, a visit to Richard Simmons' gym in Beverly Hills, random odd things spotted around L.A., and Carmageddon back in July.
Next up in the cartoon docket? A trip to Phyllis Diller's house for her art party this weekend! Phyllis is 94 years old, and having just seen both a documentary about her and having rushed out to buy her book, "Like a Lampshade in a Whorehouse," I must say that I am filled with admiration for this mother of five whose career as a comedian did not start until she was 37 and utterly desperate. She's 94, for god's sake! She still does art! How amazing is that?
So Drawn & Quarterly wants me to split my graphic novel up into two parts. BECAUSE IT'S JUST THAT HUGE! It just keeps getting...bigger. So this way I have a more manageable deadline, which could be in like, oh, I don't know, a year or two or three ... anyway I am WORKING ON IT, OKAY!?