Here is another Charles Bukowski poem I drew while he was still alive.
I drew this in late 1992. This one was open to interpretation. I viewed it as a surreal episode involving a homeless person wandering into local businesses and spouting off insanity. (Color assistance by Randy Leonard)
Pies For Men, was written in 1992 by former Comics Journal managing editor Helena Harvilicz. It was drawn by me, and then inked by Frank Young, another former Comics Journal managing editor! Now that’s a sandwich. Frank recently won an Eisner for a graphic novel called The Carter Family: Don’t Forget This Song.
This one was written by Canadian cartoonist David Collier in 1994.
It’s about the antics of prankster zinester Mike Haeg, better known as Mr. Mike. “I drew it up in pencil and then it was inked by my housemate, future Fantagraphics editor Eric Reynolds,” says Pat Moriarity
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