I met Richard Hunt a while back when I was pursuing Strip Search. Richard is an enormously talented artist, full of great energy, and a very gracious individual. He was kind enough to put together his interpretation of Zombie Boy, which I now share with you. Go check out Richard’s work on his deviantART page here. It’s mighty good stuff! Thanks, Richard!
Follow Richard on Twitter: @RichardJohnHunt
Hello everyone! I’m going to collect the first 200 Zombie Boy comic strips into one volume and I wanted your opinion of a book title. I’ve created a couple of possible titles and I wanted to see which one gets the best response. Below is a poll with three possibilities. Look ‘em over and tell me what you think. I’m really interested in knowing which one you like best!
I received this generous illustration from the uber-talented Dutchman, Wouter F. Goedkoop, something I had no idea was coming, nor how truly spectacular it would be! Gaze upon this tasty piece of delicious eye candy featuring Zombie Boy, Gorr and Cpt Wayne!
Before I begin to rave enthusiastically about Wouter, I’d like to point out what an amazingly friendly and gracious person he is. I’ve known Wouter for a while now and find him not only enormously talented and gifted with most enviable skills, but one of the kindest and most supportive people in the industry. Now that I’ve gotten that out of the way, I’m going to talk about his prodigious talent. Wouter is a visionary, the world of Cpt Wayne sprang totally from his mind’s eye, a wondrous otherworld of sleek alien technology rendered with an opulence seldom seen in comics. The Adventures of Cpt Wayne is the galaxy-spanning tale of Wayne, a seasoned member of the Captaincy whose investigative mission leads him beyond the pale into an unexplained dimension. If you like your sci-fi blazingly fun, adventurous and inspirational, this is the strip for you!
Make sure to follow Wouter on Twitter: @Cpt_Wayne
This year marks the first anniversary of that gruesome twosome, The Hat and Fat, and to help comemmorate this hallowed occasion I threw together this ghastly little piece for EW Crowe. There’s nothing online to compare with this pair of deliciously malicious miscreants, who post on Mondays and Thursdays at The Hat and Fat. As an added bonus, I share the page with guest art by Tim Green, the bitingly funny creator of Vinnie the Vampire! Happy birthday, The Hat and Fat!
What could be funnier than friends with bloomers? Cartoon Czar crazyman, Jon Esparza is the instigator of this nutty strip which features Solstice, Beatrice and Audra, along with Sunny from Tim Green‘s Vinnie the Vampire. Don’t you think Sunny’s skull bloomers are just the cutest? Thanks, Jon for exposing this delightful delineation to the world. You can see Jon’s amazing work at Jon’s Crazy Stuff and on his new site, featuring Bubble Fox. Visit them and you’re guaranteed to smile, or you get your money back!
Jon is one of the most gifted and giving cartoonists around, be sure to follow him on Twitter at: @JonsCrazyTweets