of these stories have been set up on long scrolls, and load from the
top down for your reading convenience.
Bee is a new full-color cartoon strip for alternative newsweeklies.
Bee (a plucky and insatiably
curious young woman) works as a photo-finishing technician in a one-hour
lab in lower Manhattan. To amuse
herself, she duplicates -- for her own collection -- any titillating
photos that happen to pass through her hands. When pictures of a naked
corpse are left for processing, Bee's interest is piqued.
Read the current installment of "Motel
Art Improvment Service." Visit every Sunday for a new episode.
the first thirteen episodes of Shutterbug
Follies on a giant scroll! (warning: 2.4 megs! Low-powered users
may wish to read the click-through version)
Read about Bee's
availability to alternative print newsweeklies!
When hard-drinking gambler Jack's streak of luck begins to slip, he
turns to fatherly club owner Rex for a helping hand. Jack's showgirl-girlfriend
Gina turns to Rex as well, but for a helping hand of another kind...
Order the full color Jack's Luck Runs Out
comic book (24 pp, US$ 3.50) from Top Shelf Productions.
Nervous Norris befriends a plump goth chick on a flight from Newark
From the forthcoming Drawn & Quarterly 2000,
available soon from Drawn
& Quarterly Publications.
In this full-color 3-D cartoon, a tireless single mom confronts her
baby's would-be kidnapper. No special glasses required.
From the Jack's Luck Runs Out comic book,
available through Top Shelf Productions.
Detailed instructions on the application of the Heimlich maneuver, plus
Previously published in Zero Zero no.
23, available from Fantagraphics