Lichtenstein’s Birthday . . .

. . . was yesterday. It’s been almost three years since I’ve posted anything on this horrifically-neglected blog, so I’m posting something I drew 18 years ago as a test. If you see my farewell…

Return of the Living Fed (1996)

Sheila Copps was a Canadian Liberal Member of Parliament (and the first woman Deputy Prime Minister) in ’93, but resigned in 1996 after promising to do so during the ’93 campaign if the Liberal party…

Bre-X Redux

As earlier promised, here is a better — and larger — scan of the Bre-X cartoon I drew for the Messenger in ’97. The previous version may be seen here. Click on the graphic below…

New and Noteworthy

Science Takes 13 Years to Suck all the Fun out of Checkers. (Nature) . . . Hyperspace Studios is having a Scratch Art competition for tattoo artists.  If you ink skin and know your way…

Penny and Aggie

Penny and Aggie, a well-written and well-drawn comic by Gisèle Lagacé and T. Campbell, is absolutely worth a look should you never have surfed by their vicinity, before. There’s a forum on the site where…

hennhaus Cartoon Reprint

There are two others, but I’m uncertain what the interest level is. For now, this is the last cartoon reprint from hennhaus: Somalia Cover-up This information appeared on this cartoon when it was originally reprinted…

More Slithy Toves Gyring and Gimbling in the Wabe

More from the ex-hennhaus.com. Bankrupt In the mid-1990s, bankruptcies in Canada had hit an all-time high. I have a sneaking suspicion that the record numbers then have since been surpassed. There was that Tech bubble,…

Cryptoons Redux

A few posts ago, I noted that my son had dug up an old sketchbook containing political cartoons I’d drawn awhile back. I had sporadic use of a scanner back then, so hennhaus.com — a…

Cartoons from the Crypt

Well, not really.  My son found an old sketchbook I was using a decade ago. Within were some cartoons the Petawawa Messenger published in ’96 . . . cartoons I hadn’t shown on my earlier…