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Today’s cartoon is the unfortunate result of the Dynamic Duo doing too good of a job cleaning up Gotham City. But on the bright side, who doesn’t enjoy roasted marshmallows?

I was a huge Batman fan as a kid, which is why this gag suggestion from Jazz Pickle, Ralph Ray appealed to me.  I have to admit that I really had a ball drawing the original TV Batmobile from the 60s here. I had numerous models of this car when I was a kid and always wanted to have one when I grew up. I may still do that if I ever grow up.

I also enjoyed creating Pie Repair Man for the title panel. This is just for my Jazz Pickles, of course. No one else will have any idea what it is. Also don’t miss the box and marshmallow labels. Batman’s a bit OCD, as we all know.

VINTAGE PICKLAGE: Here’s a fun language-driven Batman cartoon from years gone by. BizarroBatboyBatmanWEB

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Guru Saucy DVD Crash

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What this cartoon does not show is the guru’s Craigslist ad. Here it is: “Lonely old geezer seeks topless housekeeper for cave tidying. Must be willing to accept karma as payment.” (Get a print of this cartoon.)















Here’s one of my favorite gags in a while. Possibly because I’m a big fan of medical marijuana and the concept of governments outlawing plants on the basis of corporate propaganda makes my head explode. Is there no end to the idiocy of the human race? No, there isn’t. (Get a print of this cartoon.)










This cartoon is a modernized version of the old “when I was your age” speech so many parents have given their children. My own father had to crawl on his stomach across enemy lines under heavy artillery fire to go to school and back each day. He was raised in Missouri so I’m not clear on what war this was. As for myself, when I was a kid there was nothing to do on a car trip but stare out the window and contemplate the nature of existence. When you got tired of that, you kicked your sibling until they complained, then swore you didn’t do anything. Times have changed. (Get a print of this cartoon.)







BIZARROVERS: Today’s offering from the archival cesspool is a more accurate depiction of what car trips were like when I was a kid. bz-04-05-01-crashWEB

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Halloween Fun


Here’s a little fun for Halloween. A very well-done reading of Edgar Allan Poe’s “Masque of the Red Death.” Listen on headphones while you’re at work and your boss won’t seem half as creepy as usual. Enjoy!


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