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Space Cabby by Dave Lartigue

So what do you think? Are the boots okay staying black, or should I try to paint them navy blue for extra versimilitude? What else might help?

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Space Cabby by Jon Wolter

Jon Wolter is a Twitter pal who loves two things: seeing Hitler getting punched and roads, especially those of a holiday nature. You can see more of his interests on his Tumblr, where he’s been doing arts recently! Jon’s Space … Continue reading

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The Blue Boots are Going to Be Tricky

In the summer of 2013 I went to Heroes Con, my first comic book convention in ages. Last summer I went to Gen Con. So what’s the plan for this summer? Why, Heroes Con AGAIN! Yes, once more I’ll be … Continue reading

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Christ, What a Space Cabby

Pal John M. gave me a heads up on the latest artwork for the New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest: Since Otto Binder is dead, I think I have a good shot at this. Problem is, the New Yorker only wants … Continue reading

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Space Cabby by Adam Prosser

When it rains, it pours, and it’s been raining Space Cabbies over here! While showing off my Space Cabby Gallery on Twitter, Adam (Prankster) Prosser said, “Hey, I’d like to get in on that!” And this is what he drew … Continue reading

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Space Cabby by Ing

I follow the enigmatic Ing on Twitter and the other day something piqued my interest. Ing was looking for an idea for something to draw. I naturally replied with my first instinct: Space Cabby! Drawing things folks tweet about is … Continue reading

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Space Cabbie by Kyle Starks

I met Kyle Starks at Heroes Con last year, where I bought a copy of his graphic novel, The Legend of Ricky Thunder. It was a lot of fun, and he was a cool guy, so I knew I wanted … Continue reading

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Space Cabby vs. Travis Bickle by Dave Hotstream

One of the funniest guys I knew in high school was Dave Hotstream. He had a similar love for the absurd and off-beat, but without relying on recycled Monty Python and Hitchhiker’s Guide type stuff as I did. It’s the … Continue reading

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