I have an affinity for cartoonists who draw in a style so simplistic it, at first, appears you could draw equally well if you just put a smidgen of effort into it. Of course, when you actually put pen to paper, you begin to realize that drawing really “basic” cartoons is just as hard or harder than penciling photo-realistic facsimiles of Hollywood superheroes. It’s for this reason I truly admire the work of guys like Graham Annable and Anthony Clark, not to mention the inimitable James Kochalka. Continue Reading “Kochalka!”
I’ve learned that one of the nicest parts of my job is that I am frequently exposed to books that I might not have encountered were I not attempting to get them publicity. One of these recent surprises—I’m ashamed to say “recent,” as his work is really tremendous—was the cartooning of Graham Annable.
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When you ride the train into the city every morning, you start to wonder about all the other people sitting alongside you.
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An autobiographical edition…
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I drew this cartoon while watching “Doctor Who’s” season four finale.
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When I drew these two comic strips poking fun at the “Watchmen” movie they would have been extremely timely. They aren’t anymore, but as tomorrow I’ll be posting the first installment of Enemy Of Peanuts: The Webcomic, I thought I’d post these as a bit of a starter—or a comicky hors d’oeuvre, if you will.