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Cyna Bon was a comic Andrew was working on with another artist, a woman he met on Craigslist. He drew about a hundred pages of it, mostly in Sharpie. Then he and his collaborator parted over creative differences, and I don't think it ever got published in any form. Andrew seems to have reworked some of his Cyna Bon concepts into William Bazillion, though.

Keith Knight did indeed bring cookies. The Cartoon Art Museum's restroom stall is a stall rescued from the original location of Comic Relief, the great Berkeley comic-book store. It's covered in graffiti by cartoonists who visited Comic Relief in the early days. It's pretty rad. At the time of this strip, the museum was displaying the stall as part of an underground comics show. It's in storage now; it's kind of hard to display.

5 comments:
Leon Arnott (l) says: And what better way to crown off this hggreyl ergneqrq episode than a giant fight cloud.

Instances of the word "dude": 1. (Okay, not really.)

What do you mean, "We're going to get sued again?"
Leon Arnott (l) says: If you have enjoyed this completely logical episode of Narbonic, you might also enjoy the wit of this Sluggy Freelance arc (link goes to final strip).
Jon Stout (brasswatchman) says: "Po-po the Orang-a-teen." Heh.
Matt Katinas (nidoking) says: I could tell my children I saw Shaenon once... if I had any. The amazing thing is that it was a business trip, so most of my expenses were paid. Stuffing bags for two hours paid the rest of them.
Virgil Greene (klyfix) says:

Dang, I utterly don't remember this from the original run.

This is, well, quite mad...

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