I have a few prints I made for SPX that I would like to get off of my hands so I’m selling them for $5 with $2 for shipping. The cheap prints are below. To buy one send me an e-mail to reserve it. I’ll send you info on how to pay by Paypal or check or money order.
Turns out my new N.W.A toon is a hit! Lisa Labowski writes:
That is just what I expect from a Godless, faggot-lover like yourself. Why don’t you do us all a favor and leave this planet because you are wasting air and food that could be going to a good, God-fearing individual with a moral base.
Thanks Lisa. I actually live on the International Space Station with 17 queers. You can see our live webcams 24 hours a day at www.spaceistheplace.com (check out the shower cam).
And don’t forget about my new book.
I have a full page color comic in the Oct. 10th issue of the Nation titled Revised Science Textbooks for Christians. The web version is a little hard to read, but you have a subscription, right?
If anyone is interested in buying a print (or even the original) contact me.
Gaybashing, disrespect of women, pretending to be religious while advocating theft and murder. Who knew gansta rap was so similar to modern conservative thinking?
40 pages of the best Idiot Box strips from the last year, including Hipsters of America, The Time Travelling Forefathers, and Civil War Zombies.
Check out these new phones from Cingular that look like a pack of Duoblemint gum. What’s next?
Ever read the Bible and say to yourself “why isn’t this printed in funky purple type with a sweet logo on the cover?” yeah, who hasn’t, right? WELL I’LL TELL YOU WHO HASN’T: readers of the Extreme Teen Bible:
The Extreme Teen Bible dares teens to crack open its pages and live up to the cutting-edge standard found inside. This New King James translation (thoroughly explained in teen-friendly language) is clad in funky purple print and snowboard-type logos, appealing to the thrill seeker by promising a life of “no fears, no regrets, just a future with a promise.”
But it gets better. 75% of the reviews sound a little like this:
After hitting up the vert on my skateboard, downing a Go-Gurt while getting sick air, there’s nothing better than to read my EXTREME Teen Bible. What could be more extreme than crucifixion and resurrection? Well, maybe listening to the Van Warped Tour CD while eating EXTREME Fruit Snacks, grinding mean slopes on my snowboard with guitar in hand playing insane solos using only my teeth, with my EXTREME Teen Bible while fighting against the system and being a true revolutionary like Jesus, but resurrection comes close in extremeness. If it was anymore EXTREME, we’d call it the Koran.
Now, I was totally ripped out of my skull on acid the whole time, but I think I read that this cat had to build a f***ing boat to escape a flood that covered the Earth.
In other news I have enabled comments at the bottom. This amazing feature took me about a year to get around to and only took a few moments messing around with my blog settings. Archives can’t be far off!
From Editor and Publisher
Siporin — syndicated by Chronicle Features in the mid-1990s — was one of the creators featured in “Attitude: The New Subversive Political Cartoonists” edited by Universal Press Syndicate editorial cartoonist Ted Rall. In that 2002 book, Rall called Siporin “one of the country’s most unjustly underexposed political cartoonists.”
He was of the rare breed of editorial cartoonist whose work could be deemed “alternative”, yet had his comics printed in dalies, as opposed to alt. weeklies; someone like Scott Bateman or Joe Sharpnack. His main strength , in my opinion, was his minimalists style, which stood out in a sea of over-rendered, hyper-crosshatched, editorial cartoons.
a link to his website.
What is our National Pastime? Debating abortion, of course. And none better to guide us through a discussion than the beautiful John Roberts, with a baseball analogy.
Jack Clark, the propieter of therationalradical.com and for whom I’ve done some work for in the past, began podcasting a few weeks ago and they are quickly getting very good. It’s called “Blast the Right” and is becoming part of my weekly routine. The latest podcast is titled “Scare a Right-Winger to Death: Advocate Reducing Poverty by Raising the Minimum Wage to a “Living Wage” and has some really good information about increasing the minimum wage to a living wage. Listen.
An editor of the Buffalo Beast called the 700 club’s prayer line to pray for the assaination of Hugo Chavez:
700 Club: Okay, all-righty sir, hows your relationship with the lord?
BEAST: Oh, were pretty close.
700 Club: Okay. How is it on a daily basis?
BEAST: Good, you know. Hes there when Im brushing my teeth in the morning and everything.
700 Club: And what would you like me to pray for you about today?
BEAST: Uh, you know, the assassination of Hugo Chavez maybe.
But you really should listen to the audio file.
Campusprogress.org is going on tour with the Foo Fighters and Weezer. I designed a set of four postcards that highlight certain issues (the war, privacy, etc.) that will be distributed by volunteers at the shows. Fellow cartoonist August Pollak put together this cool Flash animation promoting the whole thing.