Louie and Bruce 002-2023-0526

This comic page is from September 1981. The top 4 panels tell a complete story that I could have used as a short strip. But they tie into the story’s gag at the end. That’s all for now. Thanks for reading. And as always, peace and love. Steve, 5/26/2023 This post “Louie and Bruce 002-2023-0526” … Continue reading Louie and Bruce 002-2023-0526

A Look Back at Louie and Bruce

Louie and Bruce 001-2022-1020, posted Oct. 20, 2022 I was 9 when I fell in love with drawing cartoons. I copied my favorite TV, newspaper, and comic book characters as best I could. At 13, I drew my own “toons,” putting on silly plays between the characters I created. No other form of storytelling allowed … Continue reading A Look Back at Louie and Bruce

Winter’s Coming

November brought some snow to my neck of the woods and the touches of winter put me in a writing mood. Many of my writer friends partook in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) during November, trying to write a 50,000-word first-draft novel by the end of the month. I, on the other hand, worked on … Continue reading Winter’s Coming

Being Funny Again

I began drawing comic strips when I was a boy. I loved to laugh, so my favorite movies and television shows were comedies, and my favorite books were joke books. MAD was my favorite magazine, and The Dr. Demento Show was my favorite radio program, so zany situations and play on words made their way … Continue reading Being Funny Again

Louie and Bruce 001-2022-1020

I was 9 or 10 when I fell in love with drawing cartoons. I copied everything popular on TV and in the newspapers and comic books. At 13, I began drawing my own “toons.” This allowed me to put on plays between the characters I created. The shows were silly or serious, sublime or nonsensical, … Continue reading Louie and Bruce 001-2022-1020

Being Funny

I’m always writing, it seems, even in my sleep. But when I’m not, I’m either reading or, if it’s summertime, looking for a baseball game to watch. I enjoy watching baseball. I was an avid player in my youth, and I played in softball leagues for many years when I became an adult. There’s nothing … Continue reading Being Funny