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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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I'm in Toronto this weekend!

Friday, May 8, 2015 - 01:21 AM

Toronto! I'm at a whole HOST of free comics events for you this weekend, at the TCAF comics festival. Come out!

- I'm signing Sat and Sun at the Toronto Reference Library, along with hundreds of the world's best cartoonists. Come by! It's free!

- I'm hosting a free screening and amazing panel talk around STRIPPED, Sat night! Again, totally free! Come by!

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New Print: Why Star Trek Ships Are ALWAYS Nose-to-Nose

Friday, April 24, 2015 - 08:08 AM

For everyone who loved the strip, I put up a poster-sized version of it in the store: Why Star Trek Ships *ALWAYS* Meet Nose-to-Nose

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5 Years Ago Today

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