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New Stuff part 3 of a Few

Been awhile…Sometimes life and blogs do not mix well. How ya been? Hey, is that a new shirt? Did you get a haircut? Looks good. Thanks for checking out last month’s Zombified LAST KISS artwork. The offer still stands for anyone else who would like their favorite character zombified! (Zombies aren’t just for Halloween anymore…They make great Christmas gifts too!) Anyway, here’s more of what I been working’ on lately:

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“Learning From BooBoos ” or “Yes, My Crap Stinks!”

Wow, it’s been a few weeks since I last posted–blame it on PTSDSD (Post-Traumatic San Diego Stress Disorder). Or procrastination. Anyway, I was going thru some of my previous work to send to a kind fellow promoting a charity called WeAreCHAMPS (WeAreChamps.org). Going thru your work often gives you a nice perspective, as well as conflicting emotions. One one side you beam with pride over the stuff you’re proud of, helping to provide a little…

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Comic-Con Art and Artists Report-Part 1 of 2

Well, I survived year 15 or 16 of the show and am back to report on things artistic. You get to read about it here for free, without paying four bucks for a cold pretzel and eight bucks for a plastic salad–and no rubbing elbows with 125,000 sweaty, smelly fans either! To make things easier on Craig (and your eyes for this site), I’m doing this in two parts, sprinkled with some of the 220-plus…

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Comic-Con Commission Common Sense

Hey, it’s that time of year again! The fanboys’/art collectors’ Super Bowl, Oscars, Grammys and World Cup all rolled into one heaping, overpriced, overcrowded, smelly mess. I’m talking, of course, about Comic-Con International in San Diego, taking place from July 24 through the 27th. (Though it will seem like a month long by the time it’s done.)

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“Remembering Adrienne”

The last couple months have not been kind to the world of comics and artists. We’ve lost Frank Frazetta, Al Williamson, Dick Giordano, Steven Perry, Vic Dowd and Rik Levins (if not others). Some have been within the same week. And this week was a different kind of loss, that of a Great Woman “behind” a Great Man: Adrienne Colan, wife of Gene Colan.

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