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The Top 10 Big Movies I’m Looking Forward to this Summer

10. Fish Mouth A gritty reboot of When Harry Met Sally, with Rooney Mara as Sally, Christian Bale as Harry, Channing Tatum as Bruno Kirby, and Charlotte Gainsbourg as Carrie Fisher. 9. Narcoleptic, Parts 1 and 2 The uneventful journey … Continue reading

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Fake Book Project: ‘Chet Pardo in The Ice Caves of Saturn’

Clicking on the image opens a PDF. The original page from Tom Swiftand The Asteroid Pirates, 1963. More of what undoubtedly looks like silliness but is really just me figuring out some design issues for future projects. And, yeah, no … Continue reading

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Newer Job Ad

Domestic Surveillance Associate Federal [REDACTED] for Strategic [REDACTED], [REDACTED], Virginia These days, it seems like everybody’s spying on everybody else! Google does it, Facebook does it, even poor old Yahoo! still manages to do it, somehow! And you better believe … Continue reading

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New Job Ads

Junior Graphic Artist National DynaNozzle, Trout Mountain, GA Do you like to draw? Do you like secrets? Would you like to draw pictures of top secret types of missiles and jet planes? Would you like to work in a cubicle … Continue reading

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2013 Eustace Tilley Contest Entries

Because I have a lot of regrets about how I drew these pieces, I was tempted not to post them. But my wife and I discussed it and we think it’s maybe not a bad idea to sometimes talk about … Continue reading

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Medicine for the Blues

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Random Book Note: “The Fourteenth Voyage”

Way back when I was sixteen or so and first found out who Stanisław Lem was, I should have made a lifelong resolution then to read the account in The Star Diaries of Ijon Tichy’s trip to Enteropia at least … Continue reading

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Pulp SF Retro Style Art (with a Bug and a Space Lady)

Believe it or not, there was a totally grown-up and professional reason why I drew this. Seriously. I mean, it’s nice when doing parody becomes sort of a legit job. Even though, at the moment, the job’s a secret project … Continue reading

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Imaginary Paperback: ‘The Gilded Bureaucrat’

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Notes for Imaginary Novels, 05.05.10

1. Eyes of the Tigress: In 9799 A.D., Deela Proudborn, orphaned witch-princess of the ice-bound land of Yuessa, dwells in a cave at Rakna’s Rock, dresses in a skimpy metal bikini draped with gauzy scraps of platinum chain mail, always … Continue reading

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Nonsense, 01.20.10

The Haunted Barbershop A fragment of an experimental novel produced entirely by an IBIS Delphi-7 mainframe using Scrawler software written by Gilbert F. Pauley and Avram Herzog, Jr. According to Mr. Herzog, “Gil and I had both always wanted to … Continue reading

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IF – Wrapped

Back in the Old Country, my great-grandparents were avid art collectors. Here they are with one of their favorite pieces, Christo’s Wrapped Birdbath. Eventually, though, my Uncle Otis unwrapped it so he could use the cloth for cleaning his golf … Continue reading

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