For Sage Knight’s Living Well column, “Try It On, Let it Go”:
The column will appear in next week’s Topanga Messenger.
See more of these illustrations here.
To all comics and or/education fans: help kickstart “Show and Tell,” the official anthology of the New England Comic Arts in the Classroom conference!
If nothing else, watch 3 anthology editors “uh” and “um” their way through the kickstarter video!
I continue to add comics from my “archive” to this website. The Last Act is a fictionalized account of a true anecdote set in Boston in 1865.Â It was written by Susan Chasen and drawn by me. It’s 5 pages long and was published in 2009 “Inbound 4: A Comic Book History of Boston.”
“From Afar,” a science fiction geek-romantic- adventure originally appeared in Boston Comics Roundtable’s “Inbound 3,” in 2009. Just in casethere’s anyone left in the world who doesn’t own a copy of that classic anthology (there may still be a few copies available…), I thought I’d make it available for you reading pleasure here, as well. It’s posted in “Read My Comics.”
Soon to be seen on Boston Comics Roundtable’s holiday wrapping paper!
Soon to be seen (we hope) on Boston Comics Roundtable’s holiday wrapping paper!!
I’m doing a holiday-themed gag strip (most likely to be seen on the Boston Comics Roundtable wrapping paper.) Not really a strip, exactly, more like a series of related panel gags. Anyway, here’s the first panel…
This may not be the final, official poster for MICE (The Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo) (There’s one in the works from Zach Giallongo that’s killer, but needs to be colored), but I wanted to get something up on the walls, and this’ll do for now. And it comes in 4×6 postcard size too!! This is the back:
A little “overheard conversation” cartoon: