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New Underworld Strip. Creep Rat

Sometimes you just want to see what something looks like. I’ve had this comic strip in my sketchbook for a while in a different form (originally I had Creep Rat sliding on butter down a sidewalk with a sharp knife). But the butter knife made me laugh and then the gag came to me.

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Underworld Ghost.

So I had a smoke alarm that would go off in the middle of the night. 1am, 3am, 5am. I’d have to go on a ladder to shut it off. Nothing wrong with the new battery – nothing I could find. I eventually pulled it off of the ceiling in sleepy frustration. Then I felt unsafe so I installed a new one. But it happened all over again. The house I live in in Hollywood was built in 1921 so I fantasized that a silent film clown ghost was fucking with me. That mad weirdly happy. That was the inspiration for this comic strip. Maybe Harry Langdon or Musty Suffer is taking a smoke alarm dump in my house in the night. 

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New Underworld strip. Four Gags.

Here are 4 one-shot gags from my sketchbook. They are drawn as fast as possible to get the idea across. Not very artistic, yes, but what the hell? Ha.

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New (?) Underworld strip. Creep Drunk.

Jokes like this have been made about blood sucking before. Sergio Aragones in Mad had a great strip back in the 70’s about a vampire sucking a hippy’s blood and tripping. And the FX TV show version of What We Do in the Shadows did this idea three weeks ago. My version is more deadly as Creep Rat drinks bug poison. Yes, this is a reprint. I’m off to the East Coast Comic Con this weekend so I need time to pack.

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Underworld Gags

Hey fans, here are two dumb gags from my sketchbook that should hold you until I get back from France. I’m going to Paris and

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