However you celebrate, I hope your holidays are totally awesome!
There’s been plenty of press already for my three latest books. Here’s an assortment:
I’ve got copies of Totally Awesome: The Greatest Cartoons of the Eighties and The Art of Harley Quinn in stock now, and The Complete Peanuts Family Album is on its way soon! For cover price plus the cost of shipping ($5-15 in the United States, depending on your preferences), I’ll sign and sketch a copy for you! Orders placed by December 11 will arrive in time for Christmas.
Just email me through the contact form on this site and I’ll provide you with my email address for PayPal payments. I’ll sketch your favorite eighties cartoon character in Totally Awesome, favorite version of Harley in The Art of Harley Quinn, and any Peanuts character you choose in The Complete Peanuts.
Three years (or 37 years) in the making! Totally Awesome: The Greatest Cartoons of the Eighties goes on sale tomorrow! Check out the totally awesome cover by Italian artist Christian Cornia!
If you’re ordering online, please use Amazon Smile and select the Cartoon Art Museum as your non-profit of choice!
I’ll have a limited number of these on sale for the holidays, too! If you’d like a signed and sketched copy, please contact me through this website for details. I’ll be selling these for cover price ($50) plus shipping, but I’ll be happy to personalize your book with a sketch of your favorite eighties animation character!
Celebrate the release of The Complete Peanuts Family Album with me at the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center on Sunday, November 12, 2017, from 1:00-5:00pm!
Like so many of us, I grew up on Peanuts and writing this book was a labor of love. It’s a fun reference book covering every character from Charles Schulz’s classic comic strip. Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Linus, Lucy, and…Floyd? Maynard? Truffles? 5? They’re all here!
Hope to see you in Santa Rosa this weekend!
The Art of Harley Quinn hits bookstores tomorrow! With a giant mallet!
If you order through Amazon instead of your local independent bookstore, please use the Amazon Smile option when you check out and select the Cartoon Art Museum as your charity of choice. We’ve just reopened, and every extra dollar helps!
And check out this great cover by Amanda Conner, colored by Paul Mounts! It’s a giant-sized 11″ x 14″ book, and you’ll get a separate poster with your book, suitable for framing.
Zombie Gnome: A Tiny Terror hits stores today! Watch out!
If you order through Amazon, please use the “Amazon Smile” option and select the Cartoon Art Museum as your charity of choice and the museum will receive a portion of the proceeds!