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Archive for December, 2004


Scooter Ferret

Scooter Ferret

Scooter Ferret

A¬†happy Christmas tale: Sometimes the worst afternoons can begin from the most innocent sequences of events. Christmas Day I went from drinking a glass of tea while making dinner to lying flat on my back on the floor from a pinched nerve. Guess what kids? Throwing your back out feels like getting stabbed from behind […]


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Were you aware that there aren’t any internet comics good enough for the newspaper? Surely you’ve noticed that there is nothing out there that compares to the sparkling wit say, the Boondocks or CEO Dad. No? In Tuesday’s Seattle Times article “Comic artists use Web to ensnare readers,” Editor in Chief of King Features Jay […]


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Scooter Ferret

For those of you that are local to Seattle, tonight is the Cartoonist Northwest Christmas party. It will be held in the usual room at the School of Visual Concepts, and as this will be my first CNW event in several months I’m hoping to see a good turnout. The time is 7:00 pm, dress […]


Scooter Ferret

Scooter Ferret

The year is drawing to a close and the storyline in Scooter and Ferret is referencing that old Rankin-Bass annual staple, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. I’m going to tell a short story that keeps that cartoon very personal for me. My first job was a perma-lance gig with Primal Screen Studios. The Cartoon Network was […]


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