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Hulk BLOG!!


Yeah, I'm back, updating my puny little corner of the internet after nearly a year.

In comics news: I got last-minute recruited (as in, I had to do it all over a weekend) by the Detroit free weekly paper I work for, Metro Times, to do a 2 1/2 page comic strip plus a cover illustration to mark the resignation of Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick. See the whole strip here. It's caught some flak, but generally reactions have been favorable. You can hear me and writer Curt Guyette interviewed on local public radio about the strip here.


And just for fun, I'm posting a few recent movie review illustrations I've done for said weekly.

And if you're one of those "word-reading" types, you can even look up some of my recent arts-related MT articles, here, here, and here (that last one being a story on cartoonist James Kochalka's recent visit to the area).

More to come, if I don't flake out for another 11 months!


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Anonymous said…
The Speed Racer one is my favorite. :)

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