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Post Book Tour Roundup

For everyone who showed up for all of the book signings, from Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, and Jersey City thanks, it was so much fun. For those who couldn’t make it two of the interviews are available online. Click below, to listen to the Los Angeles Skylight Books Signing. Thanks to everyone who came out to Skylight Books in Los Feliz and made the Underworld book signing one of the most successful book signing for me so far. Special thanks to Ben Schwartz for moderating the evening and Bridie Macdonald for her beautiful work on designing the book.  Click below to listen to the signing at Word in Jersey City. It was great to see everyone, my old friend  Chris T. (now SirusXM and WFMU radio personality) who interviewed me. On my name and working in the factory and my secret desire for Los Angeles.

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Underworld Book signing at Floating World Portland Feb 12

I’m happy to announce that I’m doing a mini-tour for my upcoming UNDERWORLD hard cover book collection: FROM HOBOKEN TO HOLLYWOOD. I’ll be in Portland for the first stop and the first time at Floating World Comics to sign my book. Friday, February 12 at 7 PM Floating World Comics 400 NW Couch St, Portland, Oregon 97209

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Book signing at Fantagraphics in Seattle Feb 13

I’ll be in Seattle February 13th at the Fantagraphics Headquarters. I’ll be talking about my book and there will be an exhibition of selected original art.

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Underworld Book signing at Skylight Books los Angeles Feb 18

I’m happy to announce that I’m doing a mini-tour for my upcoming UNDERWORLD hard cover book collection: FROM HOBOKEN TO HOLLYWOOD. L.A. is now my adopted hometown and this is a great bookstore! Friday, February 18 at 7:30 PM Skylight Books 1818 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90027

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Single Panel Gag Cartoon

Here’s my attempt at doing a single panel gag cartoon. When I was 16 I got it into my head that I would be a single panel gag cartoonist. I figured that getting paid for doing one drawing was much better than getting the same pay for for a multi-panel comic strip (and would take

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Little Wuss

Here’s a way-too sketchy comic strip I did straight in ink. It looks like I may have drooled on the first panel blotting some of the ink lines. This is a typical Underworld joke that I’ve done a couple of times. Something that seems scary and aggressive turns out to be a turn on. I

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Underworld Book

Order “The Underworld: From Hoboken to Hollywood” the omnibus collection of the very best of the strip’s 23-year run, with annotations, photos, and other surprises from the author (along with a foreword by Mutts creator Patrick McDonnell).

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