Maintaining editorial cartoon clients has proven to be quite a challenge over the past few years thanks to the Great Recession and the internet's adverse affect on the newspaper business.
I've been pursuing online possibilities but none have been very promising.
I recently heard about the website Patreon through another cartoonist
and have decided to give it a try.
I will now be offering my editorial cartoons directly to readers within a day or two of publication along with two new panel comics that are only available to my Patreon people.
To find out more visit my Patreon page...
This is my pick of the litter for October.
I continue to be amazed by the ignorance and misinformation that so many people will base their votes on today. This cartoon barely scratches the surface of the sad state of our electorate.
This cartoon covers one of my biggest political pet peeves: candidates who play dirty. I mean dirtier than the normal dirty.
A lot of the campaigning today seems designed to fool people into voting for a candidate. How pathetic.
And they smile while they do it.
Or is that a smirk...?
A couple dozen people have a rough time with "spice" and the state closes stores and declares a medical state of emergency. Thousands have a rough time thanks to alcohol and we build bigger liquor stores!!!!!
This is my favorite cartoon from July.
It's hilarious what some people consider a freedom these days.
I note that the wording from the poll was that
a majority of Americans "feel" less free.
As is typical with many Americans their perception always
This is my favorite Concord Monitor cartoon from May.
After 25 years of lampooning NH's reliance on property taxes to underfund everything I'm beginning to lose hope that our esteemed legislature will ever see the light.
NH: 7th wealthiest state in the nation and fixed-income granny has to pay a higher percentage of her income in taxes than Biff Millionare.
This is my favorite Concord Monitor editorial cartoon from April.
My goal with every cartoon is to get my point across with as few words as necessary. Using that criteria, this was my most "successful" cartoon last