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Sometimes you just want to DRAW SHIT. This week was one of those weeks.

I also get into moods where I feel misunderstood. So I try to be a bit more clear.

I tried volunteering in a drop in center for teens; I'm terrible at that stuff. All I'm good at is my own selfish interests: drawing, staying angry, motivating others to some small degree, maybe.

This is the Williamsburgh Bridge in Brooklyn. Yesterday's was the Brooklyn Bridge.

This is almost a great joke. It may not even be a good one, being that I'm such a bad joke writer. I'm always out there looking for how myths- old and new (and vintage from the 80s) relate to our regular day to day internal life.

Behind the boys is the 59th Street Bridge in Queens, I think.

Remind me I said this: when I publish this one, I need to make Fristoe more hostile in that last panel. This was one of those that the drawings and words were emerging all at once, and I didn't nail it in the end. But I like some of it.

I'm always reading marketing books and become sure I understand them, then mock my own misappropriation of knowledge. This is one of those times.

That third panel is good cartooning, but the changes in scale throughout the comic are not so good.

With me, it's always about going back to talking about the stick!

This is why I will never get in the papers. Jokes about inner workings of the Kabbalah.

Again, looking for the parallels between the sacred ancient, and our current obsessive practices, I truly believe that given the right information, some in the corporate world could be led to believe that their brands are all shards from some glorious shattered vessel.

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Some Recent Favorites of Mine:
--The Unpajamable Snowman
--Oswald decides to make his break into Hollywood by writing scab scripts during the writer's strike,
--Hutch Owen in France (3 weeks)
--Trashistan turned into a themepark called" Rebelville" (8 week story)
--The Rockabilly Kid (part of the above story)
--The women leave Earth (as seen on Cute Overload!)
--An entire office building goes feral after selling all their clothes and equipment
--The Dalai Lama's Tibetan Monopoly board game
--Blumer's PR Stand
--Hutch's Jar of Change



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Spaniel Rage
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The Pain- When Will It End..?
Narbonic
Troubletown
Tom Tomorrow
Amercan Elf
Drew Weing
USS CATASTROPHE
(Kevin Huizinga, Ted May, Jeff Wilson, Dan Zettwoch )
Holy Consumption
(Jeffrey Brown, Paul Hornscheimer, Amders Nilson, John Hankiewicz)
Jordan Crane's REDDINGK
Warren Craghead
Zack Soto
Phoebe Gloeckner
Damien Jay
The DUMBRELLA gang:
Jeff, John, Jon, Phillip, Andy and Rich
Achewood
Boy on a Stick and Slither

Did I mention
Spaniel Rage ?


My buddy Box Brown's weird cute comic:

LAUGH WHILE YOU CAN TOUR (2005)
The tour is over! Thanks for all who showed up.
Click here for pics.

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Tom Hart was born in Kingston, NY and has been drawing cartoons since tracing that weird picture of Charlie Brown's head sticking out of the tube of toothpaste in the second grade. ... full profile