Late one night we turned on our TV and caught the last 30 seconds of Charo appearing on a 70’s variety show. Amazingly, she looked the same in that old clip as she would a decade later in the “Pee-Wee’s Playhouse Christmas Special”, and we’ll be damned if she’s aged a day in the 30+…
Tiptoe Through the Tulips
Our parents let us watch reruns of “Laugh-In” on Nick at Nite when we were, like, 9. Does this (partially) explain why we’re so fucking weird? You bet your sweet bippy. P.S. if you don’t know who is depicted in this little 8×10-inch cardboard painting, might we kindly suggest you look that up in your…
A Disturbing Display of Deplorable Distaste
It is to our great shame that our hometown of Waterloo, IA, convicted John Wayne Gacy for raping a minor in 1968 but a mere 18 months into his 10-year prison sentence set him free…free to flee to Illinois where he embarked upon his sickeningly infamous serial murder spree. It is to our even greater…
Mother of Corgis
A self-portrait inspired by Game of Thrones and medieval depictions of the Holy Family; we felt compelled to share this upon the death our fellow Corgi enthusiast Queen Elizabeth II. May she and her “moving carpet” be reunited in The Force. (Pictured: Deanie Baby, Hanky Panks, and Yuuko-chan)
OK Xer: Generation Gapz #6
When one reads as much news as we do, one is treated to viewpoints from across the generational spectrum. Obviously we’re working through the backlog of our unposted comix, so we’re a little late to this party — but it was still in the news this month so bear with us, mkay? On Oscar ™…
OK Xer: Friends Vs Bradys
In 10th grade we gave an oral book report on Barry Williams’s memoir “Growing Up Brady: I Was A Teenage Greg” and were known as Marcia for the rest of our high school career.
A Pop Cultural Guide to COVID Hair
Our husband’s hair ran a gamut of pop cultural references over the first several months of the COVID-19 pandemic. (We’ve cut our own hair for a decade, hence were unaffected by the lockdown in that respect.)
I Lost On Jeopardy!
Our first attempt at a semi-autobiographical comic. Produced for a 2020 class at PNCA.