Here, in no particular order, are just a few of my comics taken almost completely out of their original context….

That time I went to the store….

Mr. Bevins is on the street….

How I remember fifth-grade sexual education….

The only time I was ever really surprised….

Asking my dad for anything as a child….

Running away from home….

Ugly babies….

That creepy guy that is always hanging out at the grocery store late at night….

How the internet feels to me sometimes….

How I made my millions….

Acting weird: a sure fire way to avoid small talk….



In hindsight, I realized that I liked a lot more old people than I  originally thought…

Job hunting during the great recession….

A joke I was once told….

Waiting in line….

Some critical thinking….

His first appearance (from an exceptionally old comic)….

The Barfly….

Looking at the clouds with the woman I almost married (a very old comic)….

One of the very first comics that was directly based off my life….


Physical print copies of my comics exist in select areas of Metro Detroit and New York City.  Otherwise, you’ll have to contact me directly and check your mail. 

42 Responses to Comics

  1. myrun2live says:

    Love this.
    Also, your duck is amazing.

  2. will says:

    so enjoyed this!

  3. Rae says:

    Ha, your comics are great!

  4. Shegz Afolayan says:

    Great comics bro. Keep it up.

  5. riatarded says:

    hahah the comics are so awesome! LOVE!

  6. Eve Redwater says:

    I just went through all of these, and laughed at every single one! You certainly have a way with words (and pens). The Paris one was my favourite, I’m a sucker for bad jokes!

  7. meghangaze says:

    Omg this made me giggle :D I think the ones that cracked me up the most (which by the way, was a very serious selection process) were the first one about dog eggs..I mean seriously…HOW AWESOME WOULD THAT BE??? You’ve thought up something I really wish existed; then the Paris one..I’ve recently been to Paris..otherwise wouldn’t know what you were on about :P; and finally..(drum roll) the last one…I could picture the last scenario clearly in my head with some people I know.
    P.S. ‘You Monsters are People’ is something I’ve tried to explain before, but never managed to put quite so eloquently :)

  8. Scriptor Obscura says:

    I love your cartoons! They are excellent.

  9. theinsecureblogger says:

    I fucking love your dog eggs.

  10. Chris Monday says:

    You make me laugh! Yay!

  11. Kevin Miller says:

    HAHA posky good shit homie

  12. so random… love it!

  13. halfbeagle says:

    I love job hunting in the recession. Ain’t that the truth? And the duck rocks.

  14. “you’re in seine” cracked me up! :D some good stuff you’ve got there.

  15. Alex says:

    I liked the panel, with the lady asking about the weather.

  16. Bucking the trend of popular opinion, I think the duck is a dick. However, I do find that I relate to him more than any other individual in any of the scenarios above.

  17. Ankeeta Mhadagut says:

    i loved all of your comic…!!!! n i love the duck.. the cutest of all. .:)

  18. scottshak says:

    Great comics dude, really liked them. Keep making us laugh by drawing your duck. Now did you read that wrong ? :P

  19. geshee says:

    hey hey hey! your blog makes my days a little more happier :)

    question: what software do you recommend to make super simple animations?

    • Depending on what type of drawing software you use, there are a lot of different options. I hand draw everything and use a scanner to convert everything into modifiable jpegs and bmp files, but there is a lot of really good drawing software out there too. Either way, it’s nice to have something like Photoshop (I use GIMP) to tweak things, especially if you’re going to be inputting them into cartoons later. Photoshop actually does have some simple animation software too.

      I haven’t done tons of animation but I’ve just sort of retro engineered my video editing software (Adobe Premiere Pro) to sort of work for me for fame-by-frame work. You can also use Adobe’s After Effects and Fireworks to do some animation– even if they aren’t really made for cartoons. Everyone claims that the only way to animate anything online is by using Flash. I’m a firm believer that an artist can make just about anything work if they spend enough time on it.

      I’ve messed around with Pencil and it’s alright for simple stuff. There are free copies online. You can also check out Synfig and LiveSwif, if you don’t want to spend any money.

      Toon Boom Studio totally awesome is pretty intuitive if you’ve animated before. I’ve spent almost no time with it but it looks like it’s easy to get the hang of and gives you a lot of freedom while also letting you get a lot of things going quickly (once you’ve spent some time familiarizing yourself with the software). There are tons of shortcuts without anything being over-sissified. You can make it simple or about as complicated as you want. The best part of it is that is is compatible with almost everything. I will likely purchase it.

      I don’t want to drone on too much but definitely think about if you’re going to want to do: traditional frame by frame animation (which is time consuming but easier to do with worse software) or vector graphic style animation that is a little quicker and smoother but might require a little extra money for decent software and a bit of time learning how to use it.

  20. Tutti says:

    Hey your comics are great! The duck ist pretty cool :-)

  21. Your jokes are so clever! I can’t get enough!

  22. 3oie says:

    These are incredible. I was looking for a way to make comments on individual comics but alas, there is no such option (please correct me if I am wrong). The ‘lady’ in ‘The only time I was ever really surprised…’ looks remarkably like a sex doll, ignoring the fact that they can’t talk (or can they? Surely something like that has been developed by now…). I feel that it is quite possible for a sex doll to by murdered by sex… if you consider deflation a form of homicide, or sex doll equivalent.

    • No individual commenting for comics thus far. I’ve been looking into other hosting options but I really enjoy wordpress as a blog hosting device. However, I may need something that can host comics in a portfolio as well as a small shop.

  23. i love the last one.. ♪ ice ice baby ♪

  24. I love your work, man! The duck should have his own tv show or something. :D

  25. Lala Rukh says:

    These were hilarious…..ALL of them…I have spent almost an hour on your blog and I am not kidding ! I really really enjoyed my stay a lot. In this painful life it really amuses me to find something really interesting :) Thanks for making me laugh today xx

  26. jagiantonio says:

    Those were great. I needed that while I’m stuck at my actual job.

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