Monthly Archives: June 2010

Happy Birthday, Captain Visual!

Last night we had the pleasure of celebrating author, artist, publisher and balloon sculptor extraordinaire Gerry Giovinco’s birthday! This was the big one – 5-Ooooh! It was also a reunion of sorts in that I got to see people I … Continue reading

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Happy Fathers Day

The late, great Charles “Chick” Williams fixing something as usual in 1996. Superman had blue tights and red cape, but Dad always wore khaki chinos. He purchased several pairs used from an industrial uniform rental company that had an outlet … Continue reading

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Bird Gets Chatty With Batty Patty

Monkey & Bird by Tina Garceau & Joe Williams is back at CO2 Comics! Sylvia the Bird meets up with her girlfriend Pat the Fruit Bat and regales her with tales of her romantic rendezvous with Mickey the Monkey. Read all … Continue reading

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Capewell Glass Negative Collection

This is a story that starts with my Dad. My family and I lived in a tidy rowhouse situated in an area of South Philadelphia now referred to as Grays Ferry. It was a great place to live and raise … Continue reading

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Why I Love Philly: The Drake

Built in 1929 and standing on Spruce Street, the Drake is a beautiful relic from a bygone era. It’s a brick and terra cotta wonder that they certainly don’t build any more. It reminds me of Flash Gordon serials and … Continue reading

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Rumble in the Jungle Sketch

I had a lot of fun drawing the most recent edition of Monkey & Bird. It was inspired by the passing of artistic giant Frank Frazetta and my rediscovery of some terrific pulp adventures via my iPod Touch and a … Continue reading

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