Sunday, December 13, 2009


Top, a panel from the as-yet unreleased WEATHERCRAFT; below, news photo of a "failed Russian missile test". Thanks to Rupert Goodwins, who notes: "Good to see the unnerving tradition of Victor Brauner's enucleated eye is still plucking feathers from the
fleeing rump of the future..."


Anonymous nidrian said...

Holy cow, man!

5:41 PM  
Blogger Jens Alfke said...

By George! Uncanny! And Manhog's doing quite the Boris Yeltsin impersonation in your drawing, too. Is the frog perhaps doing a traditional Finnish folk dance?

5:44 PM  
Blogger n. burch said...

Hello!! I tried to send you an email to an email I found on your website but I'm not sure if it worked... My name is nikki I spoke with you a little bit on Saturday (blue hat black coat, Fantagraphics store), I was wondering if the drawing stuff was going on this Wednesday/ also what time? I would like to come! I should have written down the specifics...

8:12 AM  
Anonymous Chris Roth said...

Hey jim!
I noticed a total pupshaw rip off on this "questionable" cartoon video ... (13 sec mark)

8:19 AM  
Blogger Jim Woodring said...

Huh! Coincidence? Looks an awful lot like her alright... scampers about like her, too.

8:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whoa! And with your pre-echo mention of the pre-echo release of the NORWEGIAN edition of the same book, this is getting freaky-deaky. Please, Jim, explain to all us unenlightened folk what this means!

And for further reading:

9:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK, I'll attempt a bit of analysis here. The frog is hungry for enlightenment, flicking its tongue eagerly toward the spiral's center while clueless lard-brained Manhog wanders through the scene unaware in his lazy house robe. I also see something that looks like a rocket/missile and a radio tower (HAARP?). I could continue but me brains is achin'.

3:21 PM  
Blogger Lasky said...

This is amazing Jim! Though it's certainly not the first time your art has anticipated a news story about to happen. keep up the good work!

2:52 AM  

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