A short excerpt from Angie Bongiolatti: Jon and Deb watching George W. Bush’s 2002 State of the Union speech. A short excerpt from Angie Bongiolatti: Jon and Deb watching George W. Bush’s 2002 State of the Union speech. A short excerpt from Angie Bongiolatti: Jon and Deb watching George W. Bush’s 2002 State of the Union speech. A short excerpt from Angie Bongiolatti: Jon and Deb watching George W. Bush’s 2002 State of the Union speech. A short excerpt from Angie Bongiolatti: Jon and Deb watching George W. Bush’s 2002 State of the Union speech. A short excerpt from Angie Bongiolatti: Jon and Deb watching George W. Bush’s 2002 State of the Union speech.

A short excerpt from Angie Bongiolatti: Jon and Deb watching George W. Bush’s 2002 State of the Union speech.

Arthur Koestler’s “Memoirs of a Tightrope Walker”, from The God That Failed.

An adaptation of a portion of this 1950 essay runs throughout my new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti. Above is the seven page sequence that opens the book. Arthur Koestler’s “Memoirs of a Tightrope Walker”, from The God That Failed.

An adaptation of a portion of this 1950 essay runs throughout my new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti. Above is the seven page sequence that opens the book. Arthur Koestler’s “Memoirs of a Tightrope Walker”, from The God That Failed.

An adaptation of a portion of this 1950 essay runs throughout my new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti. Above is the seven page sequence that opens the book. Arthur Koestler’s “Memoirs of a Tightrope Walker”, from The God That Failed.

An adaptation of a portion of this 1950 essay runs throughout my new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti. Above is the seven page sequence that opens the book. Arthur Koestler’s “Memoirs of a Tightrope Walker”, from The God That Failed.

An adaptation of a portion of this 1950 essay runs throughout my new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti. Above is the seven page sequence that opens the book. Arthur Koestler’s “Memoirs of a Tightrope Walker”, from The God That Failed.

An adaptation of a portion of this 1950 essay runs throughout my new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti. Above is the seven page sequence that opens the book. Arthur Koestler’s “Memoirs of a Tightrope Walker”, from The God That Failed.

An adaptation of a portion of this 1950 essay runs throughout my new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti. Above is the seven page sequence that opens the book.

Arthur Koestler’s “Memoirs of a Tightrope Walker”, from The God That Failed.

An adaptation of a portion of this 1950 essay runs throughout my new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti. Above is the seven page sequence that opens the book.

Me and @iknowashortcut and friend

Protest march page, circa 2002

A page from a comic I drew a long time ago, which was partially the basis for my new book.

I showed my daughter how to make mini-comics of her My Little Pony fan-fiction stories. These might be available at next weekend’s Asbury Park Comic con…

The Wrath of Shockwave, by M. Dawson

I like Shockwave’s tricky move of sneaking up behind people. Optimus Prime doesn’t know what he’s in for! The Wrath of Shockwave, by M. Dawson

I like Shockwave’s tricky move of sneaking up behind people. Optimus Prime doesn’t know what he’s in for! The Wrath of Shockwave, by M. Dawson

I like Shockwave’s tricky move of sneaking up behind people. Optimus Prime doesn’t know what he’s in for! The Wrath of Shockwave, by M. Dawson

I like Shockwave’s tricky move of sneaking up behind people. Optimus Prime doesn’t know what he’s in for!

The Wrath of Shockwave, by M. Dawson

I like Shockwave’s tricky move of sneaking up behind people. Optimus Prime doesn’t know what he’s in for!

I’m giving a talk to some college students on Wednesday about my comics career and my new book, and I’m scanning old self-published minis to show during the presentation. This panel here comes from a comic I put out in the year 2000 called MUCH, parts of which are very much proto-Angie Bongiolatti.

Empire Strikes Back Minute - episode 61

I’m the guest all week long on the Star Wars Minute: Empire Strikes Back Minute podcast. I love this podcast, it’s so much fun to record, and I’m not even as big of a Star Wars nerd as lots of other guys I know. 

Today we chat mostly about the big asteroid worm scene. Empire Strikes Back Minute - episode 61

I’m the guest all week long on the Star Wars Minute: Empire Strikes Back Minute podcast. I love this podcast, it’s so much fun to record, and I’m not even as big of a Star Wars nerd as lots of other guys I know. 

Today we chat mostly about the big asteroid worm scene.

Empire Strikes Back Minute - episode 61

I’m the guest all week long on the Star Wars Minute: Empire Strikes Back Minute podcast. I love this podcast, it’s so much fun to record, and I’m not even as big of a Star Wars nerd as lots of other guys I know.

Today we chat mostly about the big asteroid worm scene.

Japanese translated diary comics.

This is fun. A Japanese comics reader made a translated version of one of my diary comics and sent it over to me. Not sure how many Japanese reading people are reading my blog, but in case you are, then you can enjoy the comics in this format! Japanese translated diary comics.

This is fun. A Japanese comics reader made a translated version of one of my diary comics and sent it over to me. Not sure how many Japanese reading people are reading my blog, but in case you are, then you can enjoy the comics in this format!

Japanese translated diary comics.

This is fun. A Japanese comics reader made a translated version of one of my diary comics and sent it over to me. Not sure how many Japanese reading people are reading my blog, but in case you are, then you can enjoy the comics in this format!