For this morning's grab bag, we'll do a Spectickles Sunday comic from 2017, an older Pandemonium cartoon, and a series I'd love to work on again someday, Edgar and Earnest.
Continuing with our multiple cartoon grab bag as we work through the current challenges of this time:
In light of all the sensible solitude we need to endure till we beat this virus, I'm thinking we should pump up the Sunday Morning Cartoon Grab Bag - make it a party pack of cartoons. So, here we go:
For this Sunday morning, I think we'll return to the Spectickles Sunday comics that ran in papers for a while. With some luck, Spectickles Sundays comics - all new ones - may be making a comeback if we continue to find our way onto more newspaper comics pages - fingers crossed.
This morning's Cartoon Grab Bag is from the comic strip, "Wing and a Prayer" by me and author Ken Alley. I enjoyed working on these multi-panel comics, but, with a number of military deployments yet in front of me, it just wasn't to be. Still, I'm proud of this work, and share it here with you.
For this morning's Cartoon Grab Bag, I pulled out one of the most popular non-Spectickles cartoons. I created this cartoon a short while after getting back into cartooning, around 1999/2000, and drew this using a Speedball dip pen and India ink on Bristol board. I didn't add color till much later.