Danger! Danger! Bun Toons!

There's a man who lives a life of danger...everyone he meets must be stay a stranger...

There’s a man who lives a life of danger…everyone he meets must be stay a stranger…

Most people understand the constant peril a cartoonist is in – we all get paper cuts, we all have to jello wrestle Joe Quesada, and we all get chlamydia (though rarely from Joe Quesada).

But here are the…

occupational hazards websize

Here is the sad, sad, sad part.

Whenever Big Bang Theory is on, I end up paying no attention to any scene that takes place in the comic shop, because I literally scan the walls and bins for my work.  I’ve only caught my stuff two or three times on the show, but that’s enough for the syndrome to settle in.

It’s far worse than paper cuts, but about the same as jello-wrestling Joe Quesada.

Ty the Guy OUT!

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Of course, the REAL comic book hazard is this one:

johnny hazard punchesThat’s how a MAN punches out a redheaded fellow in short pants.

johnny hazard golden ageMan, who is that blonde?  She keeps goading Johnny into fist fights.  I’m not sure about her moral code…

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For last week's savage take down of the new Fantastic Four movie, in only four panels, click here.

For last week’s savage take down of the new Fantastic Four movie, in only four panels, click here.

For information on how to order your very own illustrated sketch cover (for Chicago and Toronto FanExpo Convention pick-ups!) click here.

For information on how to order your very own illustrated sketch cover (for Chicago and Toronto FanExpo Convention pick-ups only, sorry…) click here.

For the Bun Toon archive, click here.

For the Bun Toon archive, click here.

One response to “Danger! Danger! Bun Toons!

  1. Paul the Curmudgeon

    Don’t the clothing folds in Frank Robbins’ work leave you thinking that was just his way of bringing his brush to a point? Just dozens of those ugly needless compulsive daubs.

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