And my colleagues who put used needles into bananas and depleted uranium into grapes aren't doing any better!!
#767; The Old Farmer’s Lament




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Announcing: Roll-a-Sketch KICKSTARTER!

I’ll be at San Diego Comic-Con this week! Come see me at BOOTH 1229 for books and games and all the regular cool stuff!

I’ll also be doing Roll-a-Sketch (OF COURSE). BUT: if you can’t come to the show, here’s a new thing!

For the next three weeks, I’m doing Roll-a-Sketch COMMISSIONS – meaning, you can order a drawing for yourself via the mail! And you can do it RIGHT HERE:

Roll-a-Sketch COMMISSIONS at the Wondermark Goodsery

Or, for MORE EXCITEMENT in your life, I’m also doing a short, 21-day Kickstarter campaign, where you can get Roll-a-Sketch postcards, coloring books, original paintings, AS WELL AS customized commissions. Check out the video I made:

Roll-a-Sketch Coloring Book & Original Art on Kickstarter


I just got this cool email from one of my earliest Roll-a-Sketch boosters, Dr. Gatto. He’s populated his waiting room wall with drawings from the past several years’ worth of Comic-Cons. That, I must say, is SUPER COOL.

I…I’m sorry if your patients end up feeling weird while on your premises, Doc.

another brick in the wall

Both the commissions and the Kickstarter will be ending on JULY 27. Until then, see you in San Diego OR ON THE INTERNET!



Check out: Crawdads Welcome

crawdads

I came across this comic series when someone mistook it for Wondermark. It’s so lovely! And hand-drawn, which Wondermark isn’t really…I mean, someone drew it, but not me. Wondermark is A COLLABORATION WITH THE DEAD

The above is just a single panel, check out the whole series on Tumblr: Crawdads Welcome, a comic strip about animals by Ezra Butt.



Check out: Live New Yorker Cartoons

Dramatizing cartoons is hard. The cadence can be hard to nail — and sometimes it doesn’t work at all.

Voice actor SungWon Cho has done the best job I’ve heard yet (and he’s back, this week, with another delightfully narrated Wondermark comic)!

But the field is still ripe for challengers.

Enter Late Night’s Seth Meyers. Accompanied by New Yorker editor David Remnick, Seth and his troupe of hardy players have taken on the challenge of performing, in live action, single-panel New Yorker cartoons.

It’s pretty great. There are two entries in the series (so far)!