New UNCLE CYRUS @MartianLit: What To Never Say To An Editor + New Suzy Sketch New UNCLE CYRUS today at Martian Lit to school you young punks in the proper protocol with editors. Click image for whole page.
The whole story, along with LULU, SUZY SPREADWELL, and excellent work by seven other creators, in color and black & white, now available at Amazon in print & kindle, and in digital also at Google Play Books. Also, a surprise after the break below...
Read it and know more than you ever wanted to about this obscure cartoonist with a career of 20 years.
I talk about everything, including censorship, LULU, SUZY SPREADWELL, UNCLE CYRUS, VITRIOL, my plays, my history in smut comics and why I don't do them so much anymore, a few bits of personal dirt here and there, what it was that made me want to do this cartooning stuff in the first place, and THIS SICKNESS #8, of course!
Also, speaking of which: So exhausted from putting that together (now at Amazon in print & Kindle, and digital at Google Play Books; also direct from Createspace) I have done almost nothing the last couple of weeks. So of course I forgot to post UNCLE CYRUS. You can find the whole thing in print now in THIS SICKNESS #8, but the serialization still continues at Martian Lit, and here's the latest page (click image for full pg).
"Liked every damn thing in it - and that doesn't happen often. Lulu, Suzy Spreadwell (for which you will probably go to Hell), Emily Kaplan, and Parenteau's Alpha Jesus were stand-outs though. And the line that made me laugh out loud came from Uncle Cyrus: 'I don't know if Disney's tryin' to be funny, or what here, but I can tellya they ain't gettin' a ride outta this.' Top Stuff. Fucking well done!"
He means this
To remind y'all, it's in print and kindle at Amazon (though for the print, we get more than twice as much royalty if you buy it at Createspace), and also now in digital at Google Books, who didn't decide to censor me this time. Even with Suzy in it. For now. Get it while you can; judging by past events, it could happen any time.
"Eternity in the company of Beelzebub, and all of his hellish instruments of death, will be a picnic compared to five minutes with me & this pencil." --E. Blackadder, 1789 Questionable
words & pictures from John Linton Roberson