Here we are with another “episode” of Ungoodwise and Megan and Wred (mentioned in Freedom Is Slavery) make their appearances for the first time.
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“Ask me no questions, and I’ll tell you no fibs.” – She Stoops to Conquer Act III by Irish playwright Oliver Goldsmith Rasta does his best Horatio Caine impression in the last panel and brings Big Brother is watching to a close.
The words for this story are a poem that was sent to me in late 1996/ early 1996. I knew then that I wanted to use them in story. Back then I was working on a concept that featured a “superhero” called Axon who was a telekinetic Rastafarian telepath. The poem was set to a […]
While working on this page, I was worried that what was happening wasn’t obvious enough. The first panel of the previous page was very subtle and could be easily overlooked. If so, then panels 2-6 don’t make much sense. As I was finishing this page off, one of my kids’ friend came up and said […]
Pills…pills… and lots more pills… Drawing individual pills is a lot of work.The pill motif for Escape is something that has been part of Ungoodwise since I came up with Escape back in 2000. All I can say is that it’s likely to appear again and I’ll likely to be complaining about it when it […]
Trent Kaniuga’s Creed is one of my largest influences. For a long time, my style was his style as I looked to Creed for ways to improved my art. Over the years, Kaniuga has become a much stronger artist and a much stronger storyteller. Occasionally, I still look to his work to inform mine. Dave […]
The first comic that I attempted was back in 1995. It was my senior year Special Project. I spent a week working on it and I think I completed pencilled and inked about 5 pages. I set my goal to complete that issue before I graduated… and I did complete the art and it was […]