Category Archives: Cartoonists

Bud Grace Retiring – Piranha Club Comes to an End

After 30 years Bud Grace’s Piranha Club has come to an end. When the comic strip started it was originally called “Ernie.” Here’s the very first Ernie Sunday from February 7, 1988. The strip’s name was changed to “Piranha Club” … Continue reading

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Wolf’s Baja by Craig MacIntosh.

Pictures from Robert Trail Library’s “Meet the Author” Series in Rosemount, Minnesota, January 18, 2018. Spotlight on Craig MacIntosh. Craig talked about his latest action/thriller: Wolf’s Baja As the previous artist on Sally Forth, Craig was my mentor when I … Continue reading

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Francesco Marciuliano on 20 Years of Writing Sally Forth

Check out Francesco Marciuliano’s blog Medium Large as he looks back on twenty years of writing the Sally Forth comic strip. It Was 20 Years Ago Today

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Ted’s Dad Dies

A little behind the scenes on today’s Sally Forth strip. First, Francesco Marciuliano’s script for this strip. Monday Scene: ONE PANEL. Interior, Hospital Hallway. Same Day. Long shot down the Palliative Wing Hallway. In the distance we see Ted and … Continue reading

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Comics – Pricing your Work

  I get asked a lot what’s a decent page rate for comic book work. First off, it’s hard for me to price a project blind without knowing the specifics. It’s like a building contractor making an estimate before coming … Continue reading

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The Homecoming

The Homecoming Author: Archie Goodwin Art: Al Williamson Creepy #112 (August 1979) Reprinted in Creepy #137 (May 1982) This story I was fortunate enough to see the original art to when I visited Al Williamson in October of 1998. Al … Continue reading

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The Secrets of Spider-Man!

I just found out that my niece Heather thought that Spider-Man’s webbing is organic (like in the Tobey Maguire Spider-Man films) as opposed to a device that Peter Parker created. For her to make this mistake is bad Uncle-ing on … Continue reading

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