Sunday, June 6, 2021


Sunday, June 6, 2021

For the past 17 weeks I’ve been gathering some of my comics for these feaux Sunday Newspaper Comics sections and posting them on Instagram and sometimes on Facebook. The first 12 issues were called Extra Comics, then I changed the name to The Sunday Sequential

Sunday, May 30, 2021

Sunday, May 23, 2021

Sunday, May 16, 2021

Sunday, May 9, 2021

After 12 weeks of posting 12 issues of Extra Comics I felt I needed a name change for these newspaper comics. Because I wondered sometimes If the work I was doing really or wholly fit the term comics and I was thinking that a lot of the times it was more like sequential art, which is already a term used to describe comics as well. I liked the sounding ring and flow of The Sunday Sequential.

Sunday, May 2, 2021

Sunday April 25, 2021

Sunday, March 28, 2021

EXTRA EXTRA...Sunday Comics!


I’ve been making a lot of comics lately and for the past couple months now I’ve also been putting together a fun retro Sunday comics page. This one here is issue seven. And below shows a recent Cosmic Comic.

Saturday, May 30, 2020

Around the Block...COMICS

This is what happens when two (or more) different objects inhabit the same proximity of space. They inter-collide in my mind and a new offspring is borne. In this case we got some gum and some blocks. But it’s the wrapping around the gum that is the important thing here. Other gums such as Bazooka or Double Bubble have comics wrapped around the gum. Chew the gum and read the comic. I LOVE IT! But here, I don’t know how to make gum yet, so some dollar store blocks make a nice substitute. It’s wasn’t one thought before the other but rather a whammy moment, because I already had these things. Plus, I am always looking for different ways to package my art. Have Fun!

Thursday, March 26, 2020

A Fun Little OXYMORONIC Idea

 I had lots of fun making these little newspapers to house a selection of my abstract comics. 
There are 2 sections, with 8 pages in each section, holding a total of 16 comics. 
For its small size ( 1.75 x 1.5 inches folded ) you can actually read the comics pretty well
with no further need to view them larger online.
But here they are, for you to view larger.
I am very proud of my ‘edging’ on the top and bottom of the pages, 
which unfortunately I cannot provide this tactility for with an online experience.

If YOU feel the need to own one of these little newspapers. $5 will get a copy mailed to you.



Weekend Abstraction

Here are a few more of the comics in the pages of my little newspaper.
2 sections with 8 pages each with a total of 16 comics.
1.75 x 1.5 inches is the size folded as shown here.