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Werewolf Interrupted

I’m not yet ready to declare the juvenile sketchbook I wrote about recently as the NEW Sketchbook from Heaven, but I do usually keep it close at hand, and I am busily filling its cheap pages with scribbles. It may … Continue reading

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Flying a Kite at Night?

I was flipping through an old comic when I came across this advertisement which made me think of the truly terrible 1979 version of Dracula starring Frank Langella as the count and Laurence Olivier recycling his awful accent from A … Continue reading

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Tuesday Doodle – Not Fast Enough

Today’s doodle is another one I did sitting on the couch while watching television. It was drawn in a 6 inch by 9 inch sketchbook manufactured in India for Ticonderoga and was sold at Target. It’s got a wire binding … Continue reading

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Doodles on the Couch

I’m back to doodling on the couch in an inexpensive but halfway decent sketchbook and watching my favorite streaming channel Tubi. Yes, Tubi is supported by advertising, but the commercials are a lot less obtrusive than the other streamers and … Continue reading

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Alien Knockoffs

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Everything is Better than Star Wars

This is a scan of an insert from the DVD package of Shock Waves a movie originally released the same year as Star Wars which also starred Peter Cushing. Star Wars was a huge success and it did change the … Continue reading

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A Hundred Horrific Pages for Half a Buck!

A buddy of mine chased down a well-worn and well loved comic that he had once owned and lost to the vagaries of time and fortune. It’s DC Super Spectacular No. 4 and was published by DC Comics in 1971. … Continue reading

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