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Home Again

Bizarro is brought to you today by Homemade Father’s Day Gifts.

It’s been a long ten days since I was here at Bizarro International Headquarters working on my blog. Ah, sweet reunion. Following are the cartoons I missed posting, for your infotainment. (Wow. “Infotainment” is not flagged by WordPress as being misspelled.)

I’ll be back to my regular blogging verbosity in the coming days. Come on back, y’hear? (more…)

The End (For Real This Time)

Bizarro is brought to you today by The End of the World.

This is my favorite Wayno cartoon during this week of guest cartooning that he so graciously did for me. I love the drawing and the gag is one of those that makes me hate him because I wish I’d thought of it first. DAMN YOU, WAYNO! (more…)

WaynoWeek#3

Bizarro is brought to you today by a Guest Cartoonist.

Welcome to Day 874 (if 874=3) of my week off. My good amigo and colleague, Wayno of Pittsburgh (that’s his full name when jousting at Medieval Times) has taken over Bizarro for me this week so I can have a break. So while he’s slaving away in the cartoon dungeon, I am relaxing on a beach in the South of France. (If “beach in France” means “my couch in Brooklyn,” which actually is at the southern end of my apartment.) (more…)

Prisoner of Humor

Bizarro is brought to you today by Wayno.

Here is Day Two of Wayno’s week-long commandeering of Bizarro.If you missed the story behind my having a Guest Cartoonist this week, read this previous post.

I love the wordplay here and enjoy anything that skewers high fashion. The fact that a given fashion “designer” can cover an object with their own ugly logo and millions of robotic humans will mistake it for attractive has long been a mystery to me. I don’t carry a purse, but if I did, I’d go for something more like the one in this cartoon, or this one. (more…)

Wayno World

Today’s Bizarro is brought to you by A Guest Caroonist.

A few months ago, I employed my good buddy and favorite collaborator, Wayno, to do a week of cartoons for me as a guest cartoonist. He refused at first but then I showed him the pictures I had a private investigator take of him and Jim Davis frolicking together on a nude beach in the Caribbean, and he relented. This kind of trickery is the only way a cartoonist like myself can get time off. Syndicated folks like me have to provide 365 cartoons each year for decades on end without rest. If I were to submit reruns for a week and take some time off, many of my client editors would run replacement strips instead, thus risking losing my place in that paper permanently. In this economy (and with my meager income) I can’t risk that. (more…)

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