Bat-Finn & Jake

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This little bit of Adventure Time fan art is my humble attempt at showing possibly the ONLY way that Finn & Jake could be any cooler.

This cartoon is seriously off kilter in the very best of ways. Thanks to this show, my son and I will now use the term “Boom!Boom!” and laugh hysterically. Thank you for this cartoon Pendleton Ward.

Bat-Finn & Jake
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Movember Mo Stash

Movember Mo Stash published on

As you are probably aware by now, Movember will soon be upon us again.
This year, I will not be growing a Mo. I have done this for the past few years, and this year the world needs a break from the awesomeness that I produce.

My moustache is so manly, that it is classified as a lethal weapon. Think I am kidding? See the proof in this actual image of my effort from last year,  below.tough-stache

As you can see, it is not fair to unleash this on the world again.

But fear not – although I am not personally growing a mo, I will be supporting Movember in my own way.
I will be posting images over the next few weeks, which will show a little moustache image on them, like the one above does.
Any pics with this moustache icon will be free for Movember participants to download and use as they see fit.

You don’t even need to link back to my site if you don’t want to, but it would be nice.

More new pics, especially for Movember, will be posted soon.
In the meantime, I have also prepared an emergency moustache for you in case you need one fast!
Click on the image below to download it as a PDF.

Emergency Movember Moustache
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Touch Screen Haters Club shirt

Touch Screen Haters Club shirt published on

Since a few people have asked for it, I have made the “Touch Screen Haters Club” comic into a t-shirt for your wearing pleasure.

The Touch Screen Haters ClubThe T-shirt is available on redbubble here > if you want to go and check it out.

Yes, I hear you out there saying “Oh, how original! A comic person making a shirt out of their cartoon, to sell to me.”
Well, I can totally understand why you would feel that way.
Not every comic I do ends up as a shirt.

In fact, I would like to make shirts designs that are mainly separate and special designs created just for that purpose.

But in this case, it was requested. Also, who am I to turn down the chance to make a few bucks from my work?
If I don’t do it, someone else will knock off my cartoons & do it themselves.
At least this way,  I don’t get ripped off and I can put the few dollars I  *may* make, back into things to help me make more comics for you to enjoy!