Watch This Space

So it’s been a looooong time since I cartooned.  I’ve been doodling and am thinking about getting back into it.  More crazy Flaming Spinach-ness to follow.  Happy Holidays!

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Those Flowers Update

Hi to all of my six superfans — I was able to get the “Those Flowers” image working (it looked to be broken this morning), so hopefully you’ll enjoy it. 

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Those Flowers


“Here’s those flowers you told me to buy you.”


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Nitty Gritty Cleaning Product Band


“They do realize they’re playing household cleaning products, right?”

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Mr. Self-Control


Boy, did I have a hard time coming up with dialogue for this one.  Something tells me another caption contest is coming soon…

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I’m trying a new thing where I throw in a little dash of political cartooning every once in a while.  Not a lot; just a peppering.  President Obama’s been sporting these past couple of weeks, what with actually listening to the opposition party, but I’m not surprised the Republicans voted down his stimulus package along party lines.  While it’s annoying, it’s actually healthy to know that someone on earth opposes him.  He’s a good dude, and I think he actually cares about the worker (which is a nice change of pace), but we need to come back down to earth and realize he’s human.  So saith Madrugada Jones.

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Novel Captioning


This is the way things are heading — novels on TV.  But there’ll also have to be explosions and people making out in the background, or else no one’ll give a rat’s keyster.

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Backseat Driver


Anybody know anyone like this?  Sorry about the crease down the middle of the picture — I had to fold it up to fit it in my bag earlier today.

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This is what it comes down to, it seems to me: either join life and get tripped up by all its complexities, get ready to have your heart broken and your values questioned, or else withdraw into your basement.  After today’s inauguration, I feel like diving in. 

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The concept of this webcomic is that the main character, Brian, lives his life in his own imagination.  Just wanted to clear that up in case the dialogue doesn’t make any sense to you.

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