This is going to be my last Brudders comic for a while. The strip is going on hiatus so I can catch up on other Little Green Dog projects and to spend more time with Sergeant. Don’t worry–Brudders will be […]
This is why one must know his onions. Actually, I only just heard this phrase for the first time recently. It’s good advice if you have cats.
We’re now halfway through our fifth year of drought here in southern California. Many of our neighbors have switched to water-wise desert gardens or otherwise let their lawns die out completely. We stopped watering our lawn a couple of years […]
Lillian Gish once said: “You can get through life with bad manners, but it’s easier with good manners.” It’s true and you don’t even need to be sincere about it.
Thank goodness potty jokes never go out of style or I would have nothing to write about.
I hope you enjoyed our adaptation of Carmen. I’d been wanting to adapt Carmen ever since Alisa took me to see the Los Angeles Opera production back in 2008. It was the first time I saw an opera performed live […]
Action and romance! If you’ve never seen the original opera, take notes for school because this is the same exact thing. No, really it is!
Continuing our tragic interpretation of Bizet’s opera in Brudders, Episode 74 – ‘Carmen, Act II’.
This is a watercolor I painted for fun recently. I call it ‘My Brudder Toutoro’. Anybody who has seen the film ‘My Neighbor Totoro’ has a special place in their heart for him. Let me tell you what Totoro means […]
As some of you know, Sergeant had been very sick for several weeks. He was having trouble eating and losing a lot of weight so we took him to see his vet. The doctor kept him for three days, performed […]