Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Cartoon - Don't You Know

Hey Jim -- I'd probably be remembered as "Saint Fancypants the Aggrieved" if I made it that far, sainthood-wise. CM Evans Cartoons

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Cartoon - Old

When I was a kid I always wondered why my parents talked about stuff that happened before about 1975 all the time, but now that I'm going to be 44 and I have a 12-year-old daughter about to become a teenager and a 5-year-old son, I know why. Oldsters don't mean to keep the 'yung 'uns out of the conversation, and they really do care about you -- deeply we care about you kids. It is just the fact that a LOT OF SHIT HAPPENED BEFORE YOU WERE BORN. That reminds me of the time with the car that got stuck in the sand near Mono Lake, back in 1993 when I was dating this girl from Apple Computer. I remember, when we got stuck, she said, "Blah blah blah bla bla. Blah bla bla. Bla bla meep beep blah bla blah." Blah blah wonk wonk, wonk blah blob blob blob. And then we blah blah bha, by the blah bla bonk blob wonk wonk. And they said blaaaah wonk, -- wonk & wonk blah blah blah. And that was a fun time. Ba Ba blah blah blah, taxes, blah life, school. CM Evans Cartoons

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Cartoon - Get Honest 1 & 2

Hello, I was dreaming last night about these words: 'Vardis Verbaessum'. When in doubt, search Google, but Google just does not know what to do with the words.

Or was it Vardis Verbaetin?

Google gives us Vardis Verbaeten, for Vardis Verbaetin. But all the search results for 'Vardis Verbaeten' are pages that go BA BA BA LA GA BLA GnA HR CH RC... and the next result pages seem to skate off into higher dimensions.


Wednesday, June 01, 2011


I read that DC Comics is unleashing a new universe of superheros, part of their strategy to become no.1 in all comic books/ comicbookdom -- and I knew exactly what they were getting at, so I sat down and I drew a few superguys myself. It turned out to be no trouble at all, coming up with these, I must be a natural at this kind of thing. I'm sure when I go to the DC Comics website and see their all new superhero lineup, my intrepid crime-fighters will fit perfectly -- irresistibly rounding out the forces fighting the increasing fight that should be fought, and fought hard.

I'll send them the sketches, rhetorically, I ask: How could a story of do-gooding and moral reconciliation NOT include the universal action concepts of "Captain Permananet Press", or "Boothead Cup of Tea"? CM EVANS CARTOONS