Our Wedding Sale!!!


Meredith and I are getting married this fall, and she is the best person I’ve ever met and I can’t wait to be married to her!

We’re going to be paying for our small, modest affair all on our own, but that still adds up to a pretty hefty chunk of cash for a couple of cartoonists. SO, to help with our costs, we’ve decided to have a big wedding blowout crazy everything-must-go artwork sale!!!

We’re selling original, published, hand-drawn pages from:

Additionally, I’ll be doing a limited number of FULL COLOR COMMISSIONS for $150 each.

We’re selling these at a pretty big discount, and we’ll only be doing it for a very limited time. If you’ve always wanted to own original comic artwork this might be a good time.

Please reblog and help us get the word out!

Katharine Meyer (1917 - 2001) married Philip Graham, future owner/president of The Washington Post, in 1940 in New York City. They had four children together. In 1963, following Philip’s suicide, Katharine was thrust from the role of housewife to president of the Washington Post Company. She presided over the paper during the time of it’s investigation into the Watergate scandal that led to President Nixon’s resignation.

"What I essentially did was to put one foot in front of the other, shut my eyes and step off the ledge. The surprise was that I landed on my feet."
— Katharine Graham