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Clown Nose Tree

(To experience this cartoon LIFE SIZE, click the clown’s butt flag!)

Bizarro is brought to you today by A Hat.

I’ve never been one to find farts funny in real life. I’m not the sort to giggle when something smells bad. I’m more the sort to change my location. But this gag from my “known associate,” Wayno, is hilarious in my opinion (and odorless). Generally speaking, fart jokes, per se, are not allowed in newspaper cartoons but this one is so innocuous and ridiculous that it slipped through without a hitch. Well done, Wayno. He talks about it here, over at Rancho Wayno. (more…)

Wayno’s Curious Teeth

Just a quick post to let my Jazz Pickles know that my “known associate,” Wayno of Pittsburgh, is doing a guest week for Hilary Price of “Rhymes With Orange” this week. To follow is shenanigans, go to his blog here.

Most of you will remember that Wayno has done a couple of guest weeks for me in the past year or two and he is a frequent collaborator on gags that appear in Bizarro. Like the one at left! (more…)

Stingy Air Fingers

Bizarro is brought to you today by Free Eeyore!

Good day to you, Bizarro Jazz Pickles. It is another beautiful day here in SoCal –– sunny and 70º –– which was a big reason for my moving here, so I’m happy about that. The amount I’m saving on crazy pills (anti-depressants) alone is paying for half of my rent. (more…)

Yippee Aye Yay Drink Lazy

(To see this cartoon way up big like a grizzly bear, click the yellow balloon.)

Bizarro is brought to you today by Unfortunate Crowd Shot.

Just yesterday I lucked into a pretty great place to live in LA, so I’m feeling much better. I can’t move in until the 13th, however, so my life is still locked up in a moving van until then. Can’t wait for my art supplies, cartoon files, and favorite pajamas to arrive. (more…)

Death Food Turkey

Bizarro is brought to you today by Jewish Christmas.

I’m in a big rush today so I can’t write much. Thanks to all the Bizarro Jazz Pickles who showed up to my talk at MoCCA last night on a cold, wet, damp, chilly, soggy, rainy, freezing, windy, blustery, crappy night. You’re sweet. (Though some of you were dill.) (more…)

Caves and Cavities

(For a mostly bigger version of this cartoon, click on of the climber’s fanny packs.)

Bizarro is brought to you today by Birth By Bike.

I have no doubt that most American readers (U.S. and Canada) will get this cartoon, but since I have a growing number of international Bizarro Jazz Pickles, It may be helpful to some if I explain it a bit further. (more…)

Foosball Voting Guru

Bizarro is brought to you today by Spooky Stuff.

It seems our old friend, Harold Camping, is back in the news. He was the kooky old geezer who convinced so many discerning Americans last spring that he had figured out some secret code in the Bible and that the world was going to end on May 21st. I might have believed it if it had come from Nicolas Cage since he has proven his ability to figure out secret codes, but I didn’t find Harold very compelling. (more…)

Environmental Bird Poo Pundit

Bizarro is brought to you today by Not My Lunch.

When drawing this cartoon I was looking on the Interwebs for reference for a Smart Car and found a picture of one that had actually been converted into one of these big-wheel beasts. Of course. I should have known someone would. How much did they spend? Was it worth it? Does he get paid for showing up places with it? Is there a point to it other than to own something weird? Not judging, just wondering. (more…)

Pro Tree Field

Bizarro is brought to you today by ghosts.

Thanks to all you readers who left comments about the 9/11 comics project. I’m encouraged to hear that I was not the only one disenchanted by the commercialized sentimentality of last week. It’s been ten years, let’s move on. One nice way to start would be by putting Bush and Cheney in jail where they belong*, but let’s not get overly optimistic. (more…)

Not Forgetting

Bizarro is brought to you today by September 11th.

If you’ve looked at today’s comics online or in the paper, you will have noticed that a large number of them are commemorating the 9/11/01 attack on NYC. Months ago, all of us in the industry were asked to do something in today’s comic for the anniversary. I suspect most cartoonists complied, though I’ve only seen a handful of them so I can’t be sure. (more…)

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