Mostly sketches. Occasionally a painting. Nothing political other than caricatures reinforcing the truism "Politics is Show Business for Ugly People".
16 pages of work. I guess I was just keeping myself diverted. No plan. I think this was done before I shared studio space rent. You know what? I have a complete blank on creation. I don't see pencil or brush meet paper. Where I might have been doing this. I just remember showing it around at Blue Sky, deciding it sucked, and forgetting about it as a sample or anything else.Weird.
I remember this. It's really cool, but I'm having trouble reading it on your WeirdEllis website. The lettering is too small and blurry for me.
Rt click - Select "view image" or better yet, open in new panel. Bigger pages will open. Open in new panel, you can open 8 panels at once and read consecutively.I don't know what I'm suggesting. Don't read it for cripes sake. It's bad. Just look at it.
I'm afraid that after right-clicking I don't get a "view image" or "open in new panel" option.
When it opens as a light box image, does the right click give you a menu?I'll just load them here.
Published 2 places now
This is so great! "Meddwah!" Ha!I never saw this--I know only "The Bounty of Zone-Z!" This is great fun--the lisp is a great curvebal, keeps it all fun. Funny v.o. intro/outro. And izzat the middle finger in that second to last panel?!?Love the leap away from the girls on the fourth (?) page--Frazetta meets Kirby!In fact, that's perfect summary for the Goodson goodness...Frazetta meets Kirby!
Yes, middle finger. Zenith would be the Spock type, forced into inappropriate nanny mode by the long trip. Mike Nadir (yeesh) holds up hands up that say "Hi Zenith, one more day of cuddle time." Zenith doesn't appreciate it.Anyone pulling of Frazetta meets Jack Kirby should be a world leader. Thanks Marty.
James Montgomery Flagg Easter Egg
Thanks for posting Ellis. Enjoyed re-reading your old story!
We've been at this comic book thing a long time, haven't we?
Yep. 1950s, left at the Tulsa, OK comic spinner by Mom while she grocery shopped. Long, long time.
I wove this comic. Awways have. Gweat wook, Ewwis.
Thanks Rick. I'm glad you remember it
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