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Anatomy of an Anatomy

Wednesday, July 1, 2015 - 04:30 PM

Back to the normal cast, we go!

Thank you all for the kind words and feedback, during the recent run of Anatomy strips. There were a few of those that were among the most-shared, most-retweeted strips I've ever had. More importantly to me (and my sanity), they were immensely fun to do, after SEVENTEEN STRAIGHT YEARS of drawing Sheldon. Even the most-loved things need a break, now and again!

We're about half-way through the "Anatomy" book I want to draw...but we're going to go back to the normal cast for a bit. I imagine we'll do the second half of the Anatomy strips...somewhere toward the end of July or August? Somewhere in there.

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DRIVE at GoComics

Monday, June 8, 2015 - 02:09 PM

Today, my scifi strip DRIVE gains a second home on the web, at GoComics.com/Drive. The story will begin at the beginning for a whole new audience over there.

EVERYTHING REMAINS THE SAME AT THE DRIVE SITE ITSELF, just so you know: The archives, new strips, and advancing story all stay the same. Nothing is changing, there.

So why the second home? I'm in love with this project, and this is a great way to introduce the story to tens of thousands of new folks. See, I'm like that friend on Facebook, desperate to show you pictures of my baby. That's the perfect metaphor, here. EVERYONE MUST LOVE MY CHILD. :)

So! To recap:
1.) DRIVE has a second home, and the story begins anew, at GoComics.com/drive
2.) Nothing is changing at drivecomic.com
3.) And as always, please tell scifi-lovin' friends to try the strip!

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Anatomy of Animals

Monday, May 18, 2015 - 03:50 PM

In recent weeks, I've had a huge amount of fun drawing these "Anatomy" series in the strip: Walrus, Moose, Armadillo, Pterodactyl.

So much so, that I've decided to do a book collection of them. They make me laugh. I get excited to draw them.

So! Over the next two years, I'll sprinkle 4-5 "Anatomy" strips a month into the rotation, and we should have enough for a fun coffee table book, at the end of it.

Feel free, whenever the mood strikes you, to e-mail me with a suggestion: Any animal with disparate "parts" will do (think of scorpions, for an example, vs mollusks). A common suggestion, so far, is the Platypus...which is a perfect example.

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