Thursday, March 30, 2006
Let's be perfectly honest...you've all done this at least once, right? Mine was a "Merge" sign, and it was totally by accident. It happened partially because the shocks on the station wagon were shot and the steering was, too. And we were going to miss our exit. D called this scuffed brown corroded vehicle his "Swiss Watch". CM Evans Cartoons
Wednesday, March 29, 2006
A recent CM Evans cartoon is live today over at Opium Magazine. Go check it out and read a few things there while you're at it. If you are especialy crazy, buy a copy of Opium.print. Issue #1 was rocking, and Issue #2 rocks it so much harder.
Tuesday, March 28, 2006
Today's Tuesday cartoon update -- I did this one way back in like 1994, I think. I redrew it because the ink had faded on the original. When I redrew it, I made the pipe bigger. And I made his hat larger. And I made his arm longer. La la la. CM Evans Cartoons
Sunday, March 26, 2006
Thursday, March 23, 2006
Celebrating the second day of Spring with this offering. Yes, random violence is funny. They call it Slapstick. Adding to this, one of my favorite quotes is from Mel Brooks, on the nature of humor: "Tragedy is when I cut my finger and bleed; comedy is when I fall into an open sewer and die." CM Evans Cartoons
Tuesday, March 21, 2006
Friday, March 17, 2006
A whole damn zoo of linked text here in this post. Added a link to the document Lenardo and Blandine -- via Andy's Early Comics Archive at Bugpowder. Reputably the first true "comic book" by by Joseph Freiherr von Goez (or Götz) in 1783. I found this through the pointer site Look at This, another place you should go. Have another great weekend. Or have another crappy weekend. Happy St. Patrick's day!
Thursday, March 16, 2006
I'm happy to announce something new on the cartoon front, happening over at Opium Magazine today. Steven Cloud, who draws the popular webcomic Boy on a Stick and Slither, has joined the fabulous Opium Magazine cartoon lineup. Be sure to check out his work!
Thursday cartoon update -- there's a big strikeout, or correction that I didn't erase on the cartoon "Wrongheaded". I think this glaring flaw transforms the whole work into a bizzare epic statement. Otherwise it is going to upset a whole load of people who like watching birds. I might make a few English teachers upset too. CM Evans Cartoons
Tuesday, March 14, 2006
Today's Tuesday cartoon update -- when you make a costume, remember to drill holes in it so you can see. And while you're at it, drill other holes so you can breath, too. What kind of shoes go with a pyramid costume? Or would you just have tattered ancient mummy legs sticking out the bottom? CM Evans Cartoons
Monday, March 13, 2006
Friday, March 10, 2006
Thursday, March 09, 2006
Tuesday, March 07, 2006
Ryan Sias and I traded a few emails yesterday and today -- he's the guy who draws the beguiling webcomic Silent Kimbly. I hope you go and check it out, it is worth looking at. Besides being a talented cartoonist, Ryan does storyboard work for movies like Bowling for Columbine and Robots. I added him to my links section. Thanks Ryan!
I'm feelin' my damn oats, I guess. A twofer cartoon update today. First one is U M F. I ain't gonna say any more about that, unless someone cares to comment or ask. So go ahead. Second one, "The Flying Ring of Death", I drew last week, and I titled it today about 15 minutes ago. I laughed then and I'm still laughing about it now. CM Evans Cartoons
Friday, March 03, 2006
Thursday, March 02, 2006
Thursday cartoon update. "S M Coupon". This little gag hung around for about 2 years. I didn't think it was funny enough to post when I drew it, but I bumped into it today going through some image archives, and I hadn't had enough coffee. And man, it was funny when I was deprived of coffee. CM Evans Cartoons