Right. I’m back from ConQuest, which is an incredibly cool convention in Kansas City and also BARBECUE BARBECUE BARBECUE BARBECUE BARBECUE BARBECUE. I hit Arthur Bryant’s, as everyone said I should, along with Gates Bar-B-Q, as almost everyone else said I should. In my downtime, I also had Chili from 1919. So I’m going vegetarian […]
Due to a huge number of requests, this cartoon is now available as a poster or framed art print, from my Society6 store!
My pal Brett Myers suggested this idea to me, a few years ago. I still love it, and I cry silent but tasty Foodie tears that the folks who make my T-shirts didn’t want to make it an actual, honest-to-goodness T-shirt-for-sale. I mean, c’mon! There MUST be ten or twelve people who are into Michael […]
All together now… ALL HAIL KING TORG! Believe it or not, I think this is only the second time I’ve drawn King Torg, that lovable, berserk bundle of orange brutality who leads the Kobolds through a cunning combination of violence, violence and more violence. Here’s the first drawing I did of him, from the Kobolds […]
NEW KOBOLDS ATE MY BABY ART? Why yes. Yes, please! Here’s a sample from the new game. I’m hoping this (with better colors) can be a full-page illo. (Click on the image to see the full-size version!) — John
It’s been my extraordinarily good fortune to work with some extraordinarily talented folks from time to time. Example: Last year, I was asked by Robin D. Laws to submit a contribution to The Lion and the Aardvark, a delightful little book from Stone Skin Press, collecting contemporary Aesopian fables. Working with Robin is always a […]