Because this is what you’ll find waiting for you on repeat when you get home from a week in California. Muah ha ha ha!
I drew 16 headshots for Andy Green’s article on Clutch. But you only count 15 because the Franz Josef dropped off the map:
Invisible, Inc. is happening here, now.
And you’re much better off not looking at me. Anyway, here’s me playing with one of Brenizer’s new camera accessories. Oh, and lots of real purty dames.
Brenizer and I were on the train on Sunday, when we noticed this ad. I think what really offends the few design sensibilities I possess is not that that padlock can be easily plucked from the S, but that there’s a perfectly sealed lowercase G in the middle, dropping down below the rest of the […]
Despite what you might think from recent pages of Invisible, Inc., Brenizer is not a paparazzo. But you can see why Dave Chapelle might think so.
Brian LeTendre at Secret Identity just asked me some questions about the junk I write, and I answered them in a semi-serious manner. Mostly it’s me listing everyone I admire in comics and comedy.