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September 7 Update
Bad news, folks. Due to a classified-ad spillover in See Magazine this week, Bob didn't appear. Since I don't want to get out of sync on the web site, that means... yes, it means no new cartoon this week. What? What? Come on, give me a break, I work hard for you people. Don't I get a week off? The Onion is constantly going on holiday; I'm taking one week off, sort of.
On the plus side, above please find enclosed the image for the new cover. I took most everybody's advice and nixed the Bob-as-wimp image for something a little less wimpy. Check it out! And then buy it, in a month! Yeah! YEAHHHH!
Okay, I'm out of here. Good luck in school and life, my
August 31 update, a wee tad late
Sorry folks. Totally forgot it was Friday this week. Um, got a new cartoon, this one made up of some cheap shots launched at Ayn Rand's famous book. Here it is.
August 24 update
Time just keeps grinding on, and though we must all be crushed under its merciless wheels, still we can find some hope in Bob the Angry Flower's
Mid-August update, August 17, 2001
I got a messa comments on the new cover mock-up I put up for a few hours today, and some things to think about when I try to put the thing together for real next week. Thanks to everybody who wrote in, even those people who didn't like the stuff I like.
And here's a cartoon, which would have been the second
part of my Bertrand Russell power 2-parter, except that World's
cartoon got in the way last week. This week, it's
And that's it, for now.
Another update, August 10, 2001
Man, when I'm done this update, I'm soooo gonna fry up some shredded potatoes, and put some bacon in, and some shredded cheese on top. It's gonna be sooooo good. Oh baby.
Uh, right, new cartoon. This week it's all about The World's.
Crammers on the job
Back in the U.S.S.A
Lessee, what else?
Back From New Orleans update, July 18, 2001
Whew, what a trip. I'm a little too sick to get into a big description of it all, but the town sure lived up to its description. Hot girls, constant drinking, lotsa cartoonists and even a few receptive editor-types. Wheeeeee-oo!
And now it's off to San
Diego, there to sell books like crazy and drink up as much scif-fi
nerd comic culture as possible. But before I go, I'll leave you with a
And if you're curious, here's a quick preview
of the handout I'll be handing out at San Diego. It's not quite what I
wanted, but it's all I had time and energy to create. See you folks in
a week or so.
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