Old Comics

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Here are comics I made while a student at The Center for Cartoon Studies from Sept 2009 to May 2011.  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. 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.

    Reply

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