Tag Archives: poetry

Portrait of the Author as a Young Artist

OK, I know what some of you are thinking. “These drawings are so amateurish. How did you ever get into drawing comic strips, and why have you practiced so little?” That’s kind of a long story, but here goes. I fell in … Continue reading

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Mix 1 Can Mt. Dew, 1 Stinky Marker, and 1 Typo

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Exterminating the Evil Door

Ok, this one might need a little explanation. Having recently finished a BA in Spanish, I remembred a catchy poem about killing a snake called “Sensemaya la culebra”. This adaptation is for the common Midwestern pest: the evil door. It … Continue reading

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Sorry this post is way late. I’ve been out of town, then sick. Good to get out of town though.

This is roughly based on a poem by Rilke entitled “Sometimes a Man Stands Up During Supper”. Be sure to stop by in a few more days to see why I call this strip “Digs Burton“.

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