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Pat McCuen is the cartoonist behind the comic “The Devil and Mr. Gandhi.” When he recently contacted me and asked if he could have Sunny guest star in his comic I was thrilled! I love seeing how others interpret my characters and you can see her and Vinnie in his comic titled “The Rescue” by clicking the image below. While you’re there, stick around and check out his comic archives!
You can also find a lot of great content at Pat’s other site. www.inkpuddle.com
To see the fan art I created for Pat click this link.
Starting next week I’ll be pulling back a little to allow myself some extra time for other things. I’ll start posting two comics a week instead of three, my new posting days will be Monday and Thursday. I would like some time to begin research for a VTV book, I hope to build a buffer and I would like to plan some convention appearances to promote the comic. I have several ideas for fundraising these projects and I’ll keep you all posted on my progress. Thank you guys for your support and I hope you’ll keep reading the comic!
A lot of us comic folks get fan art, but how often do you get one of your characters carved into a pumpkin? My buddy, EW Crowe, sent me this awesome pic of Vinnie! You can find more of EW Crowe’s handy work at http://thehatandfat.wordpress.com/ and you can follow him on Twitter @EWCrowe @thehathimself Thanks for the “Vinnie O Lantern!”
Michael Corley recently asked if he could feature one of my comics in an article he was doing about teaching kids the art of cartooning. I happily obliged and was very impressed with the content, which included video tutorials and many examples of comics from a wide variety of cartoonist. If you have kids they might enjoy this delightful article, if not check it out anyway, you’ll enjoy it! Click the image below to read the article.