Thursday, November 20, 2008


The discerning collector and the wise gift-giver will rejoice to see new JW original art (including images from this "blog") available for sale at the Comic Art Collective now.


Blogger Cie Cheesemeister said...

Those are amazing. But I really would not want to see either of them on the Thanksgiving table, surrounded by cranberry sauce and yams! ;-)

9:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sale ho!

239-241 in the FRANK book? Or 247? all possibly the greatest comics page ever. Where are the inks of these and when will they be up for sale?

I've had a long standing argument about myth with a friend of mine who is a professor of Hindu Classics. He denied the term myth to anything that wasn't born of oral tradition millenia ago and part of endlessly interwoven story cycles. Then I showed him pages 239 - 241 in the FRANK book and he began to show them as the opener in his Introduction To Myth class.

Marvelous shattering pages.


7:15 AM  
Blogger Jim Woodring said...

Those pages are long gone, I'm sorry to say. A professor of Hindu Classics? Wow. He sounds like a guy I'd love to spend an evening talking to. Thanks for the good note.

11:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yep, your place in our discussion of myths is well established. I even played him your discussion of Hinduism in relation to JESUS AND THE BEAR from KBOO post from March 11, 2008.

So, if you're ever in northern New Jersey you can have that evening. You being present might force him to finish our discussion on your Jivas.

6:41 AM  
Blogger Dave said...

Don't mean to interpose or nuthin', but I think the second feller in this here drawing should spend an evening talking to a good doctor. That is one uncomfortable-looking bunch of genitals.

3:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


great work!


5:38 PM  
Blogger Arthur said...

good, good!

10:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Marvelous things. I'll always be partial to your vibrant black and white line work-- even more so than your vibrant colour works or deep, lush coal pieces. 'Course it's all one big optical gong show, and I happily perish in the other worldly goodness you've created!
It's been too long since I've written, and I look forward to delving into the new treasures in the art store.
All the best.

6:01 PM  

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