This is a cartoon I drew for Superman’s 75th anniversary a while back. I didn’t publish it here back then because I didn’t want to interrupt the ongoing Codename: Olga storyline. I did post it to my Tumblr, but some of you may have missed it there, so I’m running it again today, now that […]
This is the final installment of Dreadful Gate’s big superhero crossover. Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did making it. It’s also the last Gate Crash for a couple of weeks, because of the world ending holidays. But Conny Van Ehlsing is going to continue hunting monsters, so you should be safe. To […]
Back when I created this page, I wasn’t aware that somebody had already beat me to the pun, and that his comic would soon become a very charming, albeit short-lived ABC Family TV show. Oh well. I don’t think anybody at Fatboy Industries will bother to interfere, but just to be on the safe side, […]
Real-Estate Man was the first character I came up with for this event. Actually, the name goes back to one of the earliest Reception Man notebooks, where he appears as a potential villain. When I decided to use the name for the Basel exhibition in 2007, this set one of the recurring themes of the […]
This was supposed to be a running gag: Pyro Man spontaneously combusts and dies. Y’know, spoofing all those inconsequential superhero deaths. Then South Park debuted in Germany, and suddenly it seemed like an old joke. So I changed it to a slightly different Pyro Man every time. Hence the “new guy” speech.
Now I realize that, had I introduced the Fanatic Four any other way, you’d know by now what those extra brains are doing on Brain Man’s head. Without that, the images may be a little confusing. Oh well.
Did I mention this is a romance comic? I mean, what? Did you expect a superhero action thingy, with a title like “lonesome foursome”?