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San Diego Zombie Con


Tor hired me again last year to do some zombie cartoons to promote their presence at the San Diego Comic Con. (Tor's presence I mean, not the undead's. Although...) The cartoons were posted one-at-a-time online and also put together as a flyer to hand out at Tor's table. Read them all here. Zombies and comic con — double-plus geek!


And because who can get enough, here's a shot of a few of the hundreds of "Smokin' Zombies" matchbooks I've hand-drawn and sold over the last couple years at art fairs and whatnot.

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