8-page comic on cream-colored card stock with red stamping. Smokewagon is the comicstrip that appears weekly on this site. Compiled here in physical form so that you can hold it.
A minicomic orginally published as a photocopy mini in 1979, here reproduced on high-quality paper and offset-printed by the fine folks at Wright Printing in Anahiem,CA. Color cover. 28 pp. Features the sociopathic escapades of Henry Webb.
8-page comic on yellow-orange paper. The first in a series of minicomics begun in the days after 9/11. In order to nudge myself out of fear-induced paralysis, I began this series of comic strips on the subjects of fear, grief and hypothetical terrorist plots.
A Light Fastener
8-page comic on pink and yellow paper. The second in a series of minicomics concerning itself with terrorist anxiety; featuring the total maniac.
8-page comic on dark-pink paper. At last the pall of terrorism lifts and the subject is the further adventures of the cousins; Songy, Yoyo and Henry Webb. Henry confines his hapless cousins to a steel smokehouse.
8-page comic on dark-green cardstock. A continuation of the cousins in conflict, this time giving special emphasis to the mental gymnastics of Cousin Henry as pertains to a neighboring squirrel and its suspected proclivities.
8-page comic on light-green card stock. In this issue begins the adventures of CAVE GIRL. The girl, in beaded thong, and armed with a spear, enters the city of DAL TOKYO. A robot tourbook is purchased; a transport system is boarded.