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Online Comics

a selection of recent & past work that is available for online reading

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ROBERT OF PATMOS

a new series of comics featuring the poet Robert Lax on the isle of Patmos - more to come!

 
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TWO LETTERS FROM RAY JOHNSON

two letters from the artist Ray Johnson adapted into comics for Free Comic Book Day 2018

 
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GEorgia in the desert

a short comic about Georgia O'Keeffe gathering stones and bones in the desert as inspiration for her paintings. Originally published in Illustoria Magazine. 

 
Todd Webb is one of my favorite cartoonists! Life pours from his observations and art.
— Michael Avon Oeming
 
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The Adventures of danny & Mike

a monthly recap comic created for the podcast of the same name featuring Danny Tamberelli and Michael Maronna, stars of TV's "The Adventures of Pete and Pete" (external link to D&M comics page)

 
Solid gold!
— Jay Stephens
 
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Moon festival

my first indeterminate comic created using chance operations - read about how I made it here: Creating Moon Festival (archived at Wall Drawing)

 
Very sweet in nature, not without a little bit of weirdness though, too, which is good.
— Lilli Carre
 
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reading war & peace

an in-progress comic begun in 2009, which chronicles my attempt to read "War and Peace"

 
Sweet and charming with that inviting brush line - i like the spiritual themes. And the sweetness!
— Craig Thompson
 
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minor changes

an ongoing experimental series made for Comics Workbook (archived at Wall Drawing)

 
Todd Webb talks to animals, makes magic out of the minimal, and is the conduit for a fun-loving robot and an adorably innocent mummy. To follow their adventures is like coming into work and realizing there’s cake because it’s someone’s birthday: it’s just that sweet!
— Liz Prince
 
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casual poet

my at-one-time daily and at-later-times sporadic cartoon journal, begun in the year 2000 and carried out through 2008 in various incarnations, sometimes featuring a robot and a mummy or dead literary icons as stand-ins for myself

 
Terrific! Super fun energetic kicky stuff! Instantly likeable - better than anything in the newspapers!
— Mike Allred