Sunday, March 27, 2011

My Very Big News

Wow! Starting now, I have my own weekly web comic! It's called Zoo Laffs, and it'll appear on (the greatest site for web comics of all). A new installment will come out every Sunday. Click HERE to see my first comic!

*note to parents: DummComics isn't always okay for the kiddies.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Hulk comics by Tim -- update

Read the whole economic diatribe at! Yeah!

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Dillard's Doodles: Chicken in Charge

Dillard's Doodles: Chicken in Charge: "A t-shirt design made for some folks that work at 2nd & Charles; based on a shared joke."

Sunday, March 13, 2011

So I'm startin' an art blog....

Finally puttin together my own art blog where I will post my cartoons, sketches and scribblings. ..
I dunno... take a look, throw me some suggestions. Just puttin it out there
Dillard's Doodles

Friday, March 11, 2011


Came across this article recently:

Comics Get Even More Mature

(AP) Jill Tyson
The comics industry has long tried to shake free of the kiddie-lit stigma, but a new Marvel Comics graphic novel promises to take that trend even further. Hulk's Way, featuring the popular green-skinned Goliath (made famous in a 1970's TV series and on the big screen in a pair of recent movie adaptations) will be an homage to Swann's Way by Marcel Proust, a volume from his classic novel In Search of Lost Time.

In the novel, "Swann's Way" refers to the character Swann's ability to navigate the treacherous waters between art and commerce. The graphic novel (a sort of long-form comic book considered more prestigious by fans) will detail the Hulk's delicate balancing act between enjoying his desert cave and warding off the attacks of a general at a nearby military base, said Marvel Comics Assistant Editor Cullen Matthews.

"The whole structure will be based on the [Proust] book," said Matthews. "There will be many details readers of Proust will recognize." For instance, Matthews said, the famous scene where Proust's narrator bites into a French pastry called a madeleine and recalls his childhood, will be mirrored by a scene where the Hulk's alter ego, Bruce Banner, bites into a Moon Pie while visiting the general's daughter and recalls the episode that gave him incredible powers.

But, unlike in the novel, Banner becomes enraged by the memory and cannot stop himself from changing into the Hulk, wrecking his girlfriend's kitchen and alarming her cat.

or maybe not..