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I regret nothing XD I never had so much fun drawing Chats face XDDDD

Miraculous Ladybug Disney/Pixar crossover (part 12) - The Lion King:

part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5, part 6, part 7, part 8, part 9, part 10, part 11, part 13, part 14, part 15, part 16, part 17

It’s alive! It’s alive!

The Kickstarter for our new comic, Nico’s Fortune is now up and moving strong. Help us reach our goal >>>>here<<<<

Nico’s Fortune is a horror comic about a couple of newlyweds, Beth and Laura, their strange cat Nico, and their even stranger neighbors, the Nu Delta Xi. Written by Ryan King ( @ryyyan-kiiing ) with art by Daryl Toh ( @tohdraws ), the final printed book will feature 40-pages of full color art printed oversize (8.27″ x 11.69″) in a perfect bound edition.

Special thanks to everyone taking the time to share. Much <333 + respect


Hi everyone,

Twenty-five years ago, on May 17, 1989, I drove over to the tiny little Kinko’s copy shop at Golf and Roselle in Schaumburg, and printed 18 copies of my new zine, King-Cat Comics #1.  So happy birthday, King-Cat!

I just want to take a moment and thank everyone who’s helped me through these 25 years– all the friends, family, and readers that have made this possible.  I couldn’t, and I wouldn’t, have done it without you.

Today I’m in Fort Wayne, Indiana, standing behind my table at the Appleseed Con, an appropriate place to be all these years later, I think.  There are few things I love more than comics, and it’s been a privilege to be a part of this world.  Thanks!

John P.

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Day 5 #inktober! 

Character Cat takes a Moon Selfie! 

Tom Kenny, aka the mayor of townesville, aka the ice king, aka spongebob, (and quite possibly aka: future Character Cat someday?) and I at SDCC ‘14 holding up his copy of the Character Cat Mini!


Project of the Day—John Porcellino’s comics are about the big epiphanies that come from small moments. Characters gaze at stars or gaze at nothing and think about life, and they’re all drawn with a smooth, thin line, like they’re just barely there. Porcellino’s endlessly dedicated to self-publishing, and has become a bit of a figurehead in the comics scene because of that (and also, you know, his considerable talent), and now there’s a well-deserved documentary called Root Hog or Die about his life and work being made.