Old Comics

Here are comics I made while a student at The Center for Cartoon Studies from Sept 2009 to May 2011. For individual drawings and illustrations, look at my flickr. Even though I can barely stand to look at these comics now, I think it’s only fair to keep them up here, but please be gentle. For newer stuff, check out The Cartoon Picayune or recent posts on this blog. These comics are generally safe for adults and teenagers who can handle plenty of cursing. For a quick sampling I’ve put (!) next to my favorites.

Scorched Earth (!)

Wisaka & the Buzzard

I Have Come From Space to Mate (part one)(part two) (!)

Diary Comic: Hotdoggin’ It (!)

Fool’s Rice

Diary Comic: Up & Down

Abstract Comic

Diary Comic: Lupine Inspiration (!)

Diary Comic: Restaurant Interruption

Eagle Moving Co.

Diary Comic: Getting a Car

A Summer’s Day Odyssey

Fake Banana (!)

Below are the comics I made before starting at CCS in fall of 2009.

Simulacra & Slackline 4/20/09

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CCS Application Comic 2/3/09

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The Black Squirrels of Washington, D.C. 12/27/08 (!)

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The Cuban Missive Crisis 12/21/08

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Ti Amo Sempre 2/22/08 (!)

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Unbuckling the Beltway 1/19/08 (!)

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Allison  |  June 28, 2011 at 6:33 pm

    Hi Josh,

    I picked up your “story arc” silkscreened postcard at MICE last year, and was wondering if it would be possible to purchase several more from you? I work in journalism, so my colleagues are all hankering for their own!

    Thanks, and congrats on your wonderful work.


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