Monthly Archives: June 2007

Trev #6

And so, with the prospect of ominous "new revelations" lurking ominously like the sinister fellow diners at Tony Soprano’s last meal, we take our leave of Trev.

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Trev #5

Discussing one’s future is best left for the future.

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Trev #4

In Trev you can see some recurring Howard Cruse motifs that would soon be surfacing in Wendel.

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Trev #3

I came up with this proposed feature at a time when there was something of a welcome mat for me at the Village Voice.

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Trev #2

Those of you who pay attention to the evolution of my drawing style will notice that we’re in Jerry Mack territory here.

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Trev #1

Twenty-five years ago a young cartoonist drew six episodes of a projected comic strip named Trev. They never saw the light of day.

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Bits & Pieces

Never say I don’t respond to my public! Martha Thomases suggested that that I adapt my cat-tickler drawing for use on CafePress mugs and t-shirts, so I have done so.

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Remembering Wendel

I love it when someone besides me remembers my 1980s comic strip Wendel, as has Kentucky blogger Steve Thompson this week.

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Good-bye to the Cat-Tickler

Don’t try this at home! Sadistic cat-tickling, I mean.

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