What's not to love about cartoons? From Calvin & Hobbes, to the Peanuts, to superhero comics of Superman and Spider-man, back to Looney Tunes. Cartoons have been my life since I was a baby. Until fourth grade, I wanted to be an inventor like Doc Brown, but I had no sense of mechanics or math or anything one would need to actual invent anything. But I drew everything. It was only a matter of time before I fully embraced my drawing. Since then I've created characters like Tick, cartoon T.C. & Jason, and countless others.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Monday, October 3, 2011

Friday, September 16, 2011

Friday, September 9, 2011

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Monday, August 29, 2011

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Monday, August 1, 2011

Monday, July 11, 2011

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Thursday, June 30, 2011

tcomics YEAR TWO - It's All About Timing

Hooray! It's time for me to announce the release of the second year of my online comic strip series! It's been a good year. As I've grown more and more since my injury, my illustrations have grown as well. I've really had some great fun with the comics in this edition. Clash of the TiTIMS, Inception, the A-Team, I love these strips. And now, you can love them too! Hop over to my LULU.COM Marketplace and take a gander at the book. I'm offering two versions this year: a fully colored version and a black and white one that runs a touch less expensive. Consider owning a copy, or at the very least, spread the word. I'm into YEAR THREE right now, and I have plans to keep growing. Who knows what the future holds!

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Monday, May 2, 2011

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Gulliver's Travels

-Tim is still lost in the movie universe. This is part three, and I'm happy to say that each comic stands alone while allowing this little adventure.
-Tim always lets me know that I draw him way shorter than he actually is. I let him know that in my eyes, he'll always be this little timmie.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Little Fockers

-Some references here in the De Niro dialogue. I wonder who could name the movies without googling them?

-After several elaborate ones, another office comic feels kinda boring. I still enjoying going here though.

-And in defense of Mr. De Niro, his mainstream flicks up to the Fockers fail were not great, BUT his more indy flicks are good stuff. Limitless and What Just Happened are well worth the watch.

-And why didn't I think of it sooner? I've added my copyright to the bottom of my image. I have the copyright on the site here, and on my published works, but I managed to go this long without stamping my pieces individually. Silly me.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Friday, March 25, 2011

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

127 Hours

It's a movie about a guy whose arm is stuck under a rock, and this is a comic about a guy whose arm is stuck under the Rock! Get it! It's a pun! Muahahahaah!


... I'll be over here thinking about what I've done.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Friday, February 25, 2011


While trying to come up with this week's comic, I sat considering my many options, and my mind went to many strange and interesting places. I thought to myself how weirded out someone might be if they could see into my head and witness the process. That led me pretty quickly to this. Enjoy!

Thursday, February 24, 2011

the inside of my head is... odd...

Here are closer looks at each of the pieces that made up this week's comic. There are some items of note in each.

In this first piece, there are two classic cartoons from many, many years ago. Stickman and Gumboy both came about in the 7th grade. Stickman was the antagonist to Tick (featured below) and Gumboy was the only competent member of the Super Squad, a super team I created after wondering what it wou;d be like if Superman, Batman, James Bond, Indiana Jones and Gumby had a crime fighting team.

Always on my mind: my very good friends Jason and Andy.

Below them, and riding the dinosaur below this, are my minions. These are the little gnomes that turns the gears and pull the levers that run my imagination.

Also riding down the back of this dino is Tick. Tick was my first comic creation. He was imagiend up back in fifth grade. I did four panel comics about him; they made little sense to anyone but me.

Tim is hidden in there near the top. I also would like to point out E=MC Hammer. And Sylvester the Cat wearing a crown was one of the ideas for the King's Speech, though really, Porky would've been a more logical choice.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Harry Potter

I'm going to be trying something here. Stay tuned...

Monday, February 14, 2011

Tuesday, February 1, 2011


Am I that big of a Pixar fanboy? Yes, yes I am. Don't get me entirely wrong. Kung Fu Panda and How To Train Your Dragon are excellent films. Too bad Dreamworks will find every way to pound it into a pulp of crummy sequels. Dreamworks has a formula, and this formula will keep pumping out things like three too many Shreks, Sharktale, and Madagascar until they stop making money. And money should never be the reason to do something like making films. Yes, I know movies are a business before anything, but there can be something beautiful in this method of storytelling. Animated films can become timeless and reach generation after generation when they have heart and soul and mean something. The Disney library of films has garbage, yes, but it also has The Sword and the Stone, Lion King, Cinderella, Aladdin, Pinocchio. These films hold up, and will continue to hold up because they were made with more than money as the goal. Walt Disney wanted to share beautiful tales with the world. Some of his most classic films were utter failures (Alice in Wonderland, Bambi), but he kept making them because it wasn't about the financial success. It was about getting the stories out there.
Pixar proves with it's own library that the tender storytelling of classic animated films still exists. They do not waste time with cheap jokes (well, maybe the dressing montage in Toy Story 3), or frivolous sequels (we'll see about that Cars 2). No, they tell poignant stories with characters of depth. They gave us Wall*E and the Toy Story Trilogy. They are the pinnacle of animation currently providing us with films. Dreamworks would need to change its style if it wanted to be something more. Do I watch Dreamworks' films? Of course. Do I enjoy them? Sometimes. Will I show my own children any of their films someday? Nope. Not any they've made so far.

And that's my two cents.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Paranormal Activity

I wonder how many people looking at this comic saw Paranormal Activity 2. The movie made 84 million dollars. And what happens in the movie? You spend minute after minute watching and waiting for a lamp to move. Nothing happens!

and nothing is happening in this comic. Seriously. There isn't some hidden joke. The joke is on anyone who spent the time staring at it wondering what the heck I did. I know putting the joke on the reader is not nice, but I giggled a little thinking about this one. 6 panels of nothing making fun of a movie that was an hour and a half of hardly anything. Either this is a really clever comic or lazy. either way, it's a reflection of the source material, so it's still a success.

I did have fun continuing this new, more detailed style. And also, I put some of the LOST numbers in the time code. So, I guess there is a little something in this nothing comic.

Friday, January 21, 2011

Jackass 3

Back in the first incarnation of tcomics, Jackass was one of the original adventures the guys went on. There was a shopping cart involved (you'll notice the cart at the bottom of the ladder Ben's up on). It left cartoon T.C., Jason and Andy in Mexico for a short time before the others had to rescue them.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Life As We Know It's Kind of a Funny Story

This doesn't have a thing to do with the movies other than the titles. In my imagination, life as I know it really is a funny thing. I can find humor in the oddest moments, and my imagination will take me on wild fantasies that, if one could crack into my mind, one might be surprised at what they find. Oddities galore.

With the drawings here, I am beginning a new style. It came about after the Claire drawing I did. I was inspired, and I think tcomics are going to be going to greater places now.

Saturday, January 8, 2011