A little Usagi Yojimbo painting for Stan and Sharon.
Even the most talented and prolific cartoonists can hit hard times.
Case in point: Usagi Yojimbo creator Stan Sakai is in need of some financial help after his wife, Sharon, who has suffered from a debilitating illness for quite a while now, had a long stay in the hospital. Sharon’s back home now, but she needs 24-hour in-home care and several costly medications. The Cartoon Art Professional Society, a group of comics creators, has organized an effort to help.
Stan and Sharon are the best.
Here are my Bartkira pages. A project that pulls lots of comic artists together to redraw all 2000+ pages of Otomo’s acclaimed Manga series AKIRA—replacing key characters with the Simpsons. James Harvey put it all together: http://harveyjames.tumblr.com
Emi Gennis’s Unknown Origins & Untimely Ends is now available at the Hic & Hoc store.
You can also get it at Stumptown and TCAF!
Now you can pick up a copy of the Unknown Origins and Untimely Ends anthology from Hic & Hoc Publications! Yaaay!
Here’s Hic & Hoc’s anthology edited by Emi Gennis. It’s a nice book with quite a few SCAD alumni in there. I like how the story before mine also has a JFK reference. That’s some fine editing from a fine cartoonist. Way to go Emi!
something I’m working on.
What a treat to see inky joe back in action.
Shirts for the Mini-Comics class.
Here’s a Playlist anthology sneak peek! I’m adapting an old folk song about the devil, who hauls a farmer’s wife down to hell and quickly finds himself with a real nightmare on his hands.
The Kickstarter campaign to fund the anthology is drawing to a close soon, and we still need funding to publish. Help us out if you like by pre-ordering a copy, and check out the other fantastic stories here:
Love that type!
Cover design for the Hic & Hoc unsolved mysteries anthology, coming soon!
I’m so excited to have a story in this anthology of unsolved mysteries! Editorial wizardry and awesome spooky cover by the lovely, not-spooky Emi Gennis! Zounds!