My dad getting sworn in as one of the country’s youngest Federal prosecutors in the mid 60s.  He dealt with organized crime, espionage and a corrupt judicial and political system.  He ran into a burning building to save a neighbor, faced down an attacker with a machete and somehow was always home in time for family dinners.  He even gave me hope that you can date a crazy person and still wind up with someone as wonderful as my mom. remains my hero and, needless to say is a tough act to follow.  Wishing the best possible Father’s Day to all those who’ve lost theirs, and hoping everyone who’s lucky enough to still have theirs gets to tell them how much they mean while they are still around.  You’ll always be missed dad, but never forgotten, dad. #fathersday #tbt

My dad getting sworn in as one of the country’s youngest Federal prosecutors in the mid 60s. He dealt with organized crime, espionage and a corrupt judicial and political system. He ran into a burning building to save a neighbor, faced down an attacker with a machete and somehow was always home in time for family dinners. He even gave me hope that you can date a crazy person and still wind up with someone as wonderful as my mom. remains my hero and, needless to say is a tough act to follow. Wishing the best possible Father’s Day to all those who’ve lost theirs, and hoping everyone who’s lucky enough to still have theirs gets to tell them how much they mean while they are still around. You’ll always be missed dad, but never forgotten, dad. #fathersday #tbt

Double Head Lopper #comics courtesy if fellow @specialeditionNYC creator @andrewmaclean.  Come see him (and, you know, me in Artist’s Alley)

Double Head Lopper #comics courtesy if fellow @specialeditionNYC creator @andrewmaclean. Come see him (and, you know, me in Artist’s Alley)

All set up for #SENYCC in Artist’s Alley table A7.  I’m here by myself today, and joined by Paul Azaceta and @salgoodsam tomorrow.  Next to my #Batman Two-Face Year One collaborator @jerhaun and down the aisle from @ryanbrowneart, Mike Norton and the mysterious Jenny Frison.  Please stop by if you’re here and check out our #comics.

All set up for #SENYCC in Artist’s Alley table A7. I’m here by myself today, and joined by Paul Azaceta and @salgoodsam tomorrow. Next to my #Batman Two-Face Year One collaborator @jerhaun and down the aisle from @ryanbrowneart, Mike Norton and the mysterious Jenny Frison. Please stop by if you’re here and check out our #comics.

twiststreet:

 Lester!  McCulloch! McMillan!  Stone!  Strain! Witzke!
in… AMERICAN CENTURY — EPISODE TWO!
I made a cartoon a while back, with the help of some folks, and here is the second episode of that cartoon!  America’s beloved vocal all-stars of episode one— Jeff Lester, Joe McCulloch, Graeme McMillan, Tucker Stone and Sean Witzke— are joined this time by the spectacular Tessa Strain!   Holy shit!  Why did any of these people agree to do this?  I don’t know!  But oh boy, we all got lucky because they are all so great in this!  So great!  They will make you cry— I can almost guarantee it!  You won’t cry because you’re sad— you’ll cry because you will be having feelings that you didn’t think you could have anymore!  You thought your heart was broken and suddenly you realize maybe you’re ready to love again… even to finally start learning to love yourself, to finally start forgiving yourself!!!  It’s a cartoon, everybody!  Wheee!
(Also, it’s potentially NSFW because of the drawing(s) of shit-eating or whatever. Be careful!!  Step lightly!!  You work in a Gestapo-like hellscape and you are being watched!  Beware!  BEWARE!).
You!  Me!  Youtube!  

I think this is the funniest thing Abhay’s made yet (although I’ll always have a spot in my heart for Abhay Khosla’s Dracula).  Why he didn’t embed the video I don’t know, but it’s worth that extra click to YouTube.

twiststreet:

 Lester!  McCullochMcMillan!  Stone!  StrainWitzke!

in… AMERICAN CENTURY — EPISODE TWO!

I made a cartoon a while back, with the help of some folks, and here is the second episode of that cartoon!  America’s beloved vocal all-stars of episode one— Jeff Lester, Joe McCulloch, Graeme McMillan, Tucker Stone and Sean Witzke— are joined this time by the spectacular Tessa Strain!   Holy shit!  Why did any of these people agree to do this?  I don’t know!  But oh boy, we all got lucky because they are all so great in this!  So great!  They will make you cry— I can almost guarantee it!  You won’t cry because you’re sad— you’ll cry because you will be having feelings that you didn’t think you could have anymore!  You thought your heart was broken and suddenly you realize maybe you’re ready to love again… even to finally start learning to love yourself, to finally start forgiving yourself!!!  It’s a cartoon, everybody!  Wheee!

(Also, it’s potentially NSFW because of the drawing(s) of shit-eating or whatever. Be careful!!  Step lightly!!  You work in a Gestapo-like hellscape and you are being watched!  Beware!  BEWARE!).

You!  Me!  Youtube!  

I think this is the funniest thing Abhay’s made yet (although I’ll always have a spot in my heart for Abhay Khosla’s Dracula).  Why he didn’t embed the video I don’t know, but it’s worth that extra click to YouTube.

Reblogged from twiststreet