The final guest strip comes from my good friend Donna, who you may recall made a guest strip a couple years ago. This time, she takes on an entirely different style. She put a lot of work into this! I must say this is the first anime-themed Picpak art I’ve ever received. Coincidentally, this is also the same way I play checkers. Great job Donna! Check out more of her work here.
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Today’s comic comes from talented Canadian cartoonist Warren Frantz, the creator of Off Season. This time Picpak takes on a Dr. Seuss-esque tale. Picpak’s been in a couple Rickrolls before, but to me they never get old. Great job, Warren! Be sure to check out more of his work here!
Today’s comic is by Tom Falco of Tomversation! In his own words:
Today’s guest strip is by Tom Falco who does the Tomversation
(www.Tomversation.com) daily comic panel. Jacomo, the mole, shown
here, is one of the main characters. Tom does the strip mostly black
and white and there is usually a spirt of color on an item or two in
each day’s panel, hence the black and white theme of today’s guest
strip since Jacomo has only been seen in black and white!
Actually Tom, Picpak comics were originally black and white for the first few years it was online. However, I love the Doctor Who reference! Plus you did an amazing job drawing Picpak too. If I didn’t know better I’d swear I drew it myself! Great job Tom!
Tim was nice enough to send me two strips! To give everyone a chance, I’m saving one of his for a rainy day. This is his second, and preferred strip. Here Picpak experiences a nightmare that’s all too real for some of us. Making a speech is easy. Just imagine everyone in the audience in their fur! Check out more of Tim’s great work here. Thanks again, Tim!
Today’s guest strip comes from EW Crowe and Dusty Perdue, the talented people behind The Hat and Fat. Picpak’s never been known for bravery, especially when something like this happens to him! They were worried this comic might be too dark, but it still fits in the Picpak spirit. Picpak’s body can take a lot, you know! Great job guys, and thanks again for the comic. Up next is someone who actually sent in two strips, but for now I’m only posting one. It’s Vinnie the Vampire’s Tim Green!
Jon is someone my readers should know well. He’s done guest strips for me, I’ve done guest strips for him, and I’ve always participated in his Crazy Cartoon Experiments. Here’s another comic full of Jon’s trademark CRAZYness! Picpak knows how to make the best out of any situation. Great job Jon! Be sure to check out the rest of the CRAZYVERSE by visiting his work. Up next, it’s a guest strip from The Hat and Fat!
Goober, the star of Daniel Barton’s comic Goober and Cindy, tempts Picpak with one of his biggest weaknesses. He couldn’t turn down a donut from his worst enemy! Picpak with those tiny little proportions looks so cute. Great job Daniel! Coming up, a guest strip by Jon Esparza!
Ryan Klassen is a great Canadian cartoonist behind the comic City Folk. It reminds me of my old Comic Genesis days when my comics were more Garfield-like in nature. Picpak is much more dog-like in this one, isn’t he? The crazed faces are what really make this one work. I love it! Thanks Ryan!
Today’s guest strip comes from Bearman of Bearman Cartoons! You may recall me doing a tribute to him during his charity fundraiser. Now he’s returning it back and he really outdid himself with this one. That’s a classic Picpak gag right there! Don’t “axe” questions, just go straight to Bearman’s site for more of his excellent work. Thanks!
Our first guest strip comes from the talented UK artist Ronnie Tucker. He threw in some of his British wit into this comic and it turned out great. I love Picpak’s floppy ears, plus the great little details on the baby are hilarious! Check out more of his (and his writer’s) comics here. Thanks again Ron!