My reaction to news of a villain’s death.
Santa Rosa, CA
Made for Comics Workbook by Gabby Gamboa
Get it now, before the lawsuit! You can also get it from me at CAKE in Chicago next week. https://www.etsy.com/listing/152985291/question-mark-and-the-mysterians-mini
My brand-new Question Mark And The Mysterians mini-comic is now available here in my Etsy shop! Also, the always-insightful Robert Clough reviews Miss Lonelyhearts, issue #2 for his High-Low comics blog. Both issues of Miss Lonelyhearts are available at your fine comics retailer, or through Wow Cool, Last Gasp, and Spit and a Half mail-order, or from my Etsy shop.
This Sunday, April 28 is the closing reception for my Small Press Spotlight Exhibition and the opening reception for “I See What You Say,” a great narrative art show curated by Lisa Brown and Lark Pien. I, along with some of the artists, will be signing books, making drawings, and enjoying refreshments from 5-8pm.
The Cartoon Art Museum is located at 655 Mission Street, San Francisco.
David Lasky explaining the process of creating “The Carter Family: Don’t Forget This Song” at Mission Comics, San Francisco last night.
Santa Rosa, 3/15/13
Sketch for a work in progress, Made for Comics Workbook.
You know when you live in a cartoonists’ town when TWO sandwiches at the local sub shop are named for our most famous home town cartoonists (Robert L. Ripley and Charles M. Schulz).