Friday, May 27, 2016

Brain Cancer Awareness


From The Line It Is Drawn, Week 291:
This week is a special theme. Caanan Grall, one of the original artists on the Line it is Drawn and the creator of the excellent Max Overacts, sadly has a brain tumor. He is getting it operated on Tuesday and he asked if we could do a special Line about cancer and tumors this week, with him making suggestions and the artists also choosing ideas of their own. While we were planning this, sadly Darwyn Cooke also passed away from cancer. Caanan suggested we expand it to a general anti-cancer week. Cooke was from Canada and Caanan lives in Canada, thus we thought it would be nice to mention that Cooke’s family requested that anyone interested in donating to charity in honor of Cooke send the money to the Canadian Cancer Society or to The Hero Initiative. Meanwhile, the Gralls have a GoFundMe that has been generously funded so far, but you know that they could use even more, as they deal with Caanan being out of work for months.
I went with MODOK rallying against brain cancer for Caanan.  Good luck, pal, and all the best.

Check out the other talented Liners' versus pieces here.

--B

Friday, May 20, 2016

Battle Of The Shrinky Guys


From The Line It Is Drawn, Week 290:
In honor of Captain America: Civil War, suggest two superheroes that you’d like to see fight each other.
Twitter follower, JohnnyUnusual suggested: Ant-Man Vs. The Atom!  So small.  So fiesty.

Check out the other talented Liners' versus pieces here.

--B

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Color Covers Of Sketch Comic Collections

Front cover of Terrible Tiny Tableside Comics, Vol. 1,
which prints the first 20 strips of the series.

Inside front cover.

Inside back cover.

Back cover.

Front and back covers of Lonely Lunch Comics,
Vol. 1featuring the first 12 strips of the series.

Front and back covers of Lonely Lunch Comics,
Vol. 2, featuring the next 12 strips of the series.

Here are some covers to newly printed mini-comic collections: Terrible Tiny Tableside Comics and Lonely Lunch Comics.  Available to you somehow in assorted ways.  Let me figure that all out.

--B

Tuesday, April 26, 2016