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Dead man's party: The Infinite Corpse

The Infinite Corpse is a sprawling online jam comic featuring a raggedy-pantsed skeleton wandering through some trippy and random adventures, and it's truly awesome. A sample panel from mine is below, clear some time from your schedule and go see the rest. Artists are indexed if you're looking for anyone's work in particular, or you can just throw yourself into it at any point and explore!

And as long as I'm here, here's another collaborative thing I got in on, a James Bond-themed sketch challenge, which inspired me to draw my fave chase scene from my fave Roger Moore flick, "For Your Eyes Only."


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