Monday, November 28, 2011

NHF #6 complete. NHF #7 complete. Another 25 or so pages complete.

Still no publisher; write if you know a publisher.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

And what rough beast, its hour come round at last, Slouches towards a newsstand near you?

(Color by Brad)

The Sassy Nibbler's here, and Kitty Fluff's got him! Plus, War and Fleas! Spittoon's Unprecedented Invention! The Horror of Mr. Woolly Worm! The Return of Trylon and Perisphere! Escape from Satan's Sandbox! All brought to you by delicious CHLURM, the breakfast in a bucket! NOBLE HEAD FUNNIES #6 is the ONLY comic with multiple layers of mirth, forming a veritable lasagna of laughter! Reserve your copy now, before they all tumble into laps of luxury!

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Longreach: Adventures in Grasping!

He can get a pear that isn't all that close!

[Drawn quickly while being filmed for a documentary]

Monday, September 26, 2011

Saturday, August 13, 2011

The Great Communicator

Biclostemes is known around the office as "The Great Communicator."

He is always able to get the point across to visiting dignitaries.

Even Men from Mars understand the language that he speaks. Their dogs, too.

If he'd been around at the Tower of Babel we'd all be unified today.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Lars Van Stook

We always took Lars Van Stook seriously while under the shadow of his great brow.


When he was in the next county--

Our natural independence asserted itself. Why should we cowtow to Lars merely because, due to some freak of nature, he had been born with an overhang in the cranium department?

We decided to trip him up with a stretched rope.

Upside down, Lars Van Stook no longer seemed at all threatening, and we set about removing his brains with melon scoops.

Lars, bereft of his thinking equipment, has now found true happiness and contentment as a canoe.

And as for us--

Life is one long camping holiday!

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

A Limerick (dedicated to Maximum Traffic)

There once was a fellow named Traffic,

who ran with a crowd most riffraffic,

until one day a hex
was affixed to their necks,

and left them completely giraffic.

A Confession

I broke into a ruined gatehouse in Tarzana, the only extant structure on the Edgar Rich Burroughs ranch.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

NHF #5: The Critics Rave! "Neutral!" "Inoffensive!"

"Unfortunately, the Sunday Comics-style humor is a totally neutral and inoffensive brand of comedy; it’s just not that clever or funny."

Oh, well. Maybe #6 is better.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Mr. Police Building

A scale model of Mr. Police Building, the famous cartoon character, who graces "Noble Head Funnies" #1, 3, 4, 5, and 6 with his august presence.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

John Porcellino writes the 30 (or 17, or 37) year history of the White Buffalo Gazette. Part I, Bruce Chrislip and Steve Willis.

Cover above by John Miller. Lettering by Jeff Zenick. Issue unknown.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Spider Cow!

Spider Cow! Spider Cow!
Knows how to do what a spider knows how.

Is she strong? Listen, Bud!
She chews radioactive cud!

Friday, January 21, 2011

What is John Brown's problem?

Find out in NOBLE HEAD FUNNIES #5!

Mr. Kitty Fluff says, "If this issue isn't 32 pages of unmitigated delight and hilarity, I'll devour my sombrero and vomit the dingly balls."

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Noble Head Funnies #5 is now in print!

The fifth fun-tabulicious issue of Noble Head Funnies is now in print!

Mr. Kitty Fluff 's Medicine Show is traversing American Space and Time. Black Rayed Sun, Spittoon of Hidden Delights, and the Nobility Boys are along for the ride. John Brown, Confucius, and the Battle Terrapins make their first appearances. An old nemesis returns. Life gets Keelerian for the gang!

Plus, cigars, hot wings, black squares, and Goat Gland Baseball! Plus, the fourth installment of our serialized epic, WAR AND FLEAS!

Noble Head Funnies will make you as merry as old Potiphar among the inlets gay. Break out the Hadacol and start a-readin'!

It should soon be available at:

You can also get a copy from me. Inquire within.

[Special thanks to Allen Freeman, Brad W. Foster, and Richard Polt.]