Eyebrows raised, she smiled
Eyebrows down, she stopped
The TV interrupted
But we could never turn it off
Her chest moved, I saw it
Her hand squeezed tighter still
The machines suggested otherwise
Their humming never failed
Time stopped dead for hours
Time stuck us in our tracks
Except the woman dying
Who raised her head and laughed
This was drawn by the grand gentleman James Park. The best part of this comic is that we made it once we took over as the heads of the newspaper, and printed it during the SARS outbreak during summer. Unfortunately, the text at the bottom didn’t get printed for some reason, so it was just a sad picture with the title “The real reason all the cavemen died.” What leadership!
We later printed the complete comic, to much fanfare and critical praise.
These are by me and Roby Saavedra. They are based on those old Sierra Mist commercials, which were totally in your face, with the tag line, “Yeah, it’s kinda like that!” Take the following, for example:
And this last one is my favorite thing I’ve ever done.
These are the result of me trying to use a computer.
These are some I did myself, usually to fill space on the comics page. As you can tell, I’m not the best artist, which is why I usually collaborate or use only text!
Hi everyone. I’ve started a blog. To begin with, I’m posting some old comics I did for fun, which I put into the Highlander by abusing my powers there. Most are collaborations with amazing people. This first batch includes the incredible artist and lady Caitlin Azzari! I’d like to do more of these with her soon, if she’s willing.
More to come soon, as I will use this as a means of procrastinating while I have papers due this week.