Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Cartoon - Bear Truck

It is a long story about how I got to be friends with a grizzly bear, and I've had to go through some some sticky situations with him -- but they mean well. Bears don't have the concept of personal property down, though. At least grizzly bears don't -- I can't speak for brown bears, black bears, or polar bears. CM Evans Cartoons

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Cartoon - Take this Survey

I'm cleaning up other people's messes this Sunday. CM Evans Cartoons

Friday, December 17, 2010

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Cartoon - TOUCH

You see this a lot -- lots more than you'd think you'd see it. Gosh durn. By the way, everybody knows what you're up to. They all know what you want to do, before you go and embarrass yourself. Why not go and jump flaming buses with a motorcycle, instead? CM Evans Cartoons

Friday, December 03, 2010

Cartoon - Mrs. Whistler

Hello, we got a bunch of new folks here, that have rolled in. Thanks for stopping by. You can see there's a lot of stuff here to look at. I'm making more cartoons now, but some from the past need to be brought to your attention. Have a happy Friday, and a great weekend. God I love Mrs. Whistler. Reminds me of an exchange between Oscar Wilde and James Whistler, after James had uttered some crafty bon mot:

Oscar Wilde: I wish I had said that!
James Whistler: You will, Oscar, you will.

I do too. If only we could keep up with the Wildes and the Whistlers of this world.


Sunday, November 28, 2010

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Cartoon - Have A Happy Thanksgiving

Turkey, big. Oven, small. Turkey, thawed? If no, you still have time to get it thawed for tomorrow, but you'll have to get up at 4 AM to make sure it is ready for the big day. I'm assuming you have a turkey, and all the fixings. Green beans, fake mashed potatoes, yams, pumpkin pie, cranberry sauce, ham, pineapple, cherries, nuts, corn, hawaii bread, sourdough bread, muffins, walnuts, sherry, Mennonites, vinegar, salad, salt, pepper, squash, cucumbers, spinach, doors, windows, table, chairs, napkins, plates, silverware, beer, whistles, whiskey, buckles on your shoes, clean laundry, a smile on your face, and grace. CM EVANS CARTOONS

Monday, November 22, 2010

Cartoon - Fraud

It has happened --we've started the ramp-up for Christmas: here is your first celebratory cartoon of the Season. Don't get me wrong -- I love the Holidays. It is just I've been able to ignore the whole thing up to this point. All this potential giving, ritual joyfulness, drunkenness, and hilarity takes a bit getting used to. So fa la la la la, la la la lah, may you all have money jingling in your pockets and ruddy cheeks. Have fun, don't bum people out -- get the person on your list who is impossible to satisfy that *perfect gift* this year, and stay out of jail. Or at least don't get caught. If you get in a jam, remember you can solve all known problems if you wrap it in bacon. CM EVANS CARTOONS

Friday, November 19, 2010

Cartoon - Yodel

As you can see -- I'm cartooning again. I relocated from Chicago to Newport Beach, and when I got here I was told I needed a special permit to draw black & white gags. I had to wait two months before I was awarded one in the Quarterly Lottery Drawing of the Ordinance to Allow Select Types of Humor Here. CM EVANS CARTOONS


I've heard some fools saying getting abused by the TSA ain't no big deal, and we shouldn't be such gosh durned persnickety about it. But Grandad is a good barometer for what should-be, or not-should-be, because unlike so many other folks, he does not bother anyone and he's generally completely oblivious -- unless the situation is so clearly bad or out of control, the "informed" of this world are fucking clueless. Go Grandad! CM EVANS CARTOONS

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Cartoon - Coming to an Airport Near You

Wishing all of you a Happy Thanksgiving, in advance. If you'll be flying to see the family this year, I'm sure you are looking forward to interfacing with the TSA. It should be a stimulating experience, and your sense of security will be aroused -- travel does bring us into contact with unusual people, places, and things. Plus getting all fluffed up by a big ugly security guard who hates the shit out of you turns some folks on. OK -- forget everything I wrote. Let's be happy. What color underwear are you wearing? If I was a TSA agent, I'd already know by now! HA!! CM EVANS CARTOONS

Tuesday, November 02, 2010


How are you? I'm on Tuesday. CM Evans Cartoons

Monday, October 25, 2010

Cartoon - Sick Bastard


I do lots of stuff that I don't think is wrong. And going on what happened before, I didn't think it was a big deal to remove mattress tags from my freinds mattresses. Or, I'd go over to someones house and I'd hide kernels of Captain Crunch all over their place, so three years later they'd still be finding it where they least expected it. And the cereal is still good -- it never goes bad. And better than hiding salami in hard to each places -- which I cannot believe I wrote that, how explosively Freudian. One thing everyone should have is a spoon (or fork) cemented above the sink or dishwasher. I explain this will prove to people that if you indeed wash silverware too many times, eventually the utensils will become buoyant and slowly float up to the ceiling. In all of this, my life is tolerable. CM EVANS CARTOONS

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Cartoon - Share

I like to share.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Cartoon - NNPD

National Nose Picking Day is coming up shortly, I have been told. But to change subjects -- how many lives have you lived, previously? Lots of them, I imagine. Who do you want to be next time around? I think we all end up being this guy. Living in Chicago. CM Evans Cartoons

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Cartoon - The Place We Ate At Before

This has happened to me several times in New York. I don't mind it. CM Evans Cartoons

Sunday, October 10, 2010

The Cartoon that Destroyed - Sexy/ Angry

This cartoon was very popular, for some reason. It set out for the land of MySpace and pillaged and burned there, quite considerably. At times, I felt like a mad scientist who had intentionally created a 60 story monster, and set it loose against a weak, innocent, wicked metropolis that deserved to be annihilated. Funny how things spiral out into the internets, and the lives they live. On a side note, I hear tell there is an improved duct tape that leaves no messy residue. Perfect for microwaving sausage. CM EVANS CARTOONS

Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Cartoon - Mysterious Smell

Hello to L O M B R A S, it is good to see you. Well, now I know where that mysterious smell is coming from. But I still don't know where that mysterious smell comes from. CM Evans Cartoons

Friday, October 01, 2010

Cartoon - WOTW

I have interesting conversations with people. I met a homeless guy this morning at Main Beach Park in Laguna Beach, who told me about the psychic vibrating qualities of the color blue and purple, and then he gave me a detailed account of Julio Gallo, the Northern California winemaker, and how the French dictator Napoleon shoehorned aliens into soldiers bodies for the battle of Waterloo. On this last point, the aliens were very powerful, combined in batches of 8, from three worlds stacked directly above us. He assured me ceratin unnamed scientists working for the Air Force in charge of bootlegging extra pure moonshine, have established all of the above. I came home and cleaned the sand out of the apartment, and I made food for people who wanted food. CM EVANS CARTOONS

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Cartoon - Over-Stimulated

Other than being over-stimulated, I've become so much more relaxed. No more meeting total strangers at a hotel bar, having a drink with them, driving to the airport, getting into a private plane, flying to the border, landing on the road of a private gated community, breaking into the clubhouse, stealing booze from the bar, playing pool until 4 AM, jumping back into the plane when the cops arrive, flyng back to the airport, and getting a cab ride home by 7 AM. Oh, I almost forgot -- on the flight back, holding our beers, the pilot says "OK -- when I tell you to let go of your beers, let go of your beers!" And then he puts the plane into a steep dive several times this way, so you can see how zero gravity makes your beer hang in the air in front of your face. Also, welcome to SRIDHAR. CM EVANS CARTOONS

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Cartoon - Giant Paper Snowflakes

Welcome to our new visitor, superazione. Thanks for your interest; now for giant snowflakes. With scissors this big, I figure it has gotta be almost impossible to pull your hands away if things go wrong. But how many giant paper snowflakes have you seen? Not many, I tell you. There needs to be more of these things in the world. CM Evans Cartoons

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Cartoon - Kung Fu'ed

This happens to me all the damn time. CM Evans Cartoons

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Cartoon - Eat It

Oh dear. I need to get a new scanner, so I don't belabor all of us with cartoons from the past. CM Evans Cartoons

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Cartoon - Jesse

Hello, it is Thursday again, and I am in love. My name is not Jesse. I drank lots of shitty beer in the late 1980s, though. Do you think the monster in this cartoon looks like a monster? I'm not sure, but it does look like a big beercan type thing. That is what I was after. CM EVANS CARTOONS

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Cartoon - ONE MORE

Truly, a gift for the person who has everything they could ever imagine. CM EVANS CARTOONS

Friday, August 13, 2010

Cartoon - Love Hate

Hey, is it really Friday the 13th today? I don't think you've really been loved, or loved someone, until something like this happens to you. If you still have no idea about what I'm writing about, substitute "cliff" with "car", "restaurant", "house", "train", "bike", "vacation", whatever. CM Evans Cartoons

Cartoon - Freak

There's a story about the guy who took a long journey to far away lands, where he met interesting people and had many adventures. He started out as a young idealist, and halfway through his journey he lost his faith through sickness and suffering, but in the end he returned home with a greater appreciation for both the follies of mankind, and the compassionate nature of the human imagination. To the end of his days he held what he experienced in the precious cave of his heart, or the bottomless pit of his head. Or, until his last breath in the cottage his great grandparents built on Cape Cod, in fall, he was still mad at the soiled parking lot attendant at the Mungo Street Parking Garage. Or, rather, in Arizona he only imagined once being insulted in the Mungo Street Parking garage -- he got the memory of this from a story told to him by a drunk friend at Callahan's or Bruno's or The Italian Village or whatever that bar was at 3 o'clock in the morning, in Chicago. CM Evans Cartoons

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Cartoon - Find Jerk

Ok -- where is he? He knows he's there. This time we have a shot at identifying him. Which one? Don't let him fool you. He's hiding in plain sight! Is it that guy in the middle? Or the funny guy on the end? The short feller? The tall one? Go ahead -- pick! I'm sure they're all jerks. CM EVANS CARTOONS

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Monday, July 26, 2010

Cartoon - Business Business

I heard William Burroughs say, "Nobody does more harm, than someone who feels bad about doing it." I laughed. That was back in the mid 1980s, when I was young and stupid. Today I'm still stupid, and not younger. But cheer up, or I'll cheer up. CM Evans Cartoons.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Cartoon - Leaving Hell

I'm in a good mood, now that I'm on my way outta Hell. Hey -- wait a minute. Damn it!! CM Evans Cartoons

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Cartoon - Run Silent

So I got two DVDs -- "The Passion" and "Run Silent, Run Deep" and after watching both of them I think they are basically the same movie -- except one is about submarines & the other is about not about submarines. That is why I drew this here cartoon. CM Evans Cartoons

Monday, June 14, 2010

Cartoon - I Agreed

I try to be clear and write things down, sometimes, to be clear so I know what is happening -- but often it turns out I'm not clear at what is happening in any way. It could be better to be quiet and keep to small talk about plumbing fixtures, sports, or whatnot. CM EVANS CARTOONS

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Cartoon - Disclosure

For this cartoon, I wrote something funny on a post-it, stuck the post-it on a rock, and threw the rock onto my roof. That is a sort of a non-disclosure agreement. CM Evans Cartoons

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Cartoon - Little F

Do you have this problem? I seem to have this problem. It can't be all my fault. Please say it isn't all my fault. I think it must be your fault. Why did you do this to me? CM Evans Cartoons

Monday, May 24, 2010

Cartoon - This

I'm baaack. New printer/ scanner installed. Did you miss me? CM Evans Cartoons

Friday, May 21, 2010

CM Evans -- Posting Delays

I have not quit posting! My scanner/ printer's power supply died about a week and a half ago, and the replacement one should be arriving any day now. Look for new posts here, soon.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Cartoon - Passive Aggressive Leg Yoga

Next stop -- passive aggressive leg yoga! Have you tried it out? I feel so relaxed now. I had a migraine and it just absolutely dissipated like magic when I tried out this form of exercise. CM Evans Cartoons

Friday, April 09, 2010

Cartoon - Just Fine

We all need to stop feeling so guilty. I don't know about the glue part -- keep as many brain cells as you can -- one never knows when they'll come in handy. CM Evans Cartoons

Thursday, April 08, 2010

Cartoon -- Mayor of Board

Ah, the Mayor of Board. I have to get out there someday. I think Board is about 5 miles west of Kaskaskia, IL. Speaking of Kaskaskia, after years of decline, the town is on the way up, in terms of development -- HP and Microsoft are considering opening a "high tech" campus there, due to all the skilled hi tech workers who live in the surrounding areas. Of course, the Illnois University of Kaskaskia is another incentive, as well as the Kaskaskia Center for Humanities and the Kaskaskia Research Center for Quality Assurance. Anyways, I have a few other cartoons that I've been doing, look for another distasteful one tomorrow. CM Evans Cartoons

Monday, April 05, 2010

Cartoon - Microphone

You can't see me in this cartoon, but I'm just off to the right, trying to get in line so I can read my work. I'll probably not have time to read. I'm not cool enough. CM Evans Cartoons

Friday, April 02, 2010


The following has nothing to do with the hat cartoon, but here goes: You want ribs for dinner? Hotdogs? Pizza? Sloppy Joes? Spaghetti? Mac n cheese? Tacos? Chicken chow mien? Lasagna? Steak tartare? Mustard on a dry chunk of bread? Barbed wire soup? Gasoline biscuits? Corpse flambe? Steamed 1,000 lb bomb, or, would you care for the "Murder Everyone Who Can't Decide What To Have For Dinner Because They'll Be Mad Over Whatever I Choose To Eat", special? CM Evans Cartoons

Friday, March 26, 2010

Cartoon - Superman Underpants

I think about all the problems Superman must have in this world of ours, if he really did exist. He's be breaking things all the time. And then there's jokes about underwear and underpants. HA HA HAW! See how my mind works? CM Evans Cartoons

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Cartoon - Fire Truck

Here's a swell fire truck, drawn by Daniel, age 3 and a half. Daniel assures me this picture is in every way the embodiment of fire trucks, fire men, fire dogs, fire houses, and fire fighting. CM Evans Cartoons

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Cartoon - Nobody

Heeelllo...I'm back. I'm writing lots over at my writing blog. But back to cartooning. I did this cartoon for Dear Sir, an lovely online journal or writing, art, and whatnot by equally lovely Sandra Huber. I don't know if she will accept it for an upcoming issue, but I am amused with the concept, so I figured I'd share. I see I have 4! people following this blog. I won't let ya down. CM Evans Cartoons

Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Cartoon - I Stopped

Hey, I have three people following this blog. Fantastic! Thanks for stopping by, when you do. Here's the latest. CM Evans Cartoons

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Cartoon - Enjoy

I drew the first version of with with just A. and B. options. Then when I was scanning it, C. popped into my head, and I think it made the concept funnier. But using the two versions serially is even funnier, I think. And I rarely work in serial fashion. CM Evans Cartoons

Monday, January 25, 2010

Cartoon - Mostly

Shhhhhhhh. I didn't say this, draw this, or write this. I found it. Yeah. That's right. I found it OUTSIDE, far away when it started to...snow. CM Evans Cartoons