Celebrate the 901!

The membership of the Mid-South Cartoonists Association are back doin’ what we do, this time celebrating The Good, the Bad, and the Sketchy about our own hometown! Memphis may be known for Blues, BBQ, & Beale Street …. but it’s much more than just that! This issue kicks off with my own 3-page “The Legend of Robert Church”, and includes comics & art by Kevin L. Williams, Grace Smith, DaMarco Randle, Jim Palmer, Michael Irby, Charlie Forrester, and Jason Negen; Beale-tastic cover art by Charles Ettinger.

The Good, the Bad, and the Sketchy #6 is a 20-page black & white digest w/ full-color cover, and is available in the area at 901 Comics and Comics and Collectibles & by mail via my Square store for $4.00 postpaid in the US.

Hot off the press: a Halloween hullabaloo!

Inspired by last summer’s Memphis Zine Fest V, members of the Mid-South Cartoonists Association decided to dive in with an ongoing publication of our own: The Good, the Bad, and the Sketchy! The first issue, edited by Jason Negen and me, is now available, featuring work by Jason, Lin Workman, Jim Palmer, Janet & Anakin Wade, Michael Irby, Kevin L. Williams, DaMarco Randle, and me. My new contribution is a prequel to an earlier Watusi comic, giving some background to one of his foes from the story in Oh, Comics! #25– it’s called “The Sordid Secret Story of Snaretron!”

It was good to be a part of this group effort, and hopefully upcoming issues will bring out more work from our membership. Until then, you can find copies of the first issue all around town (901 Comics, The Cellar, Comics and Collectibles, and (until 10/31) Monster Market). I’ll also have copies at my upcoming events– I’ll be doing monster sketches Halloween afternoon at 901 Comics, and I’ll have a booth (with multimedia artist Angi Cooper) at Crafts and Drafts on November 9th. You could also become one of my Patreon patrons during October or November 2019 at the Correspondent or Art Lover level & I’ll mail you a copy! (Plus, joining gives you immediate access to other online bonus comics, including a full-color Human Spring adventure!)

The Good, the Bad, and the Sketchy #1 is a 20-page black & white digest w/full-color cover.