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Mad No More

Mad Magazine is gone, and this week’s new Dustinland comic is in celebration of a classic publication. So influential, a home to so many great artists and satirists… now a victim of the modern, digital era. Unable to pull at Nat Geo and reinvent itself for the days of Instagram, or even the days of peak television, it’s going away forever. And I’m so grateful I had the chance to work with them.

Just for a while, I got to be… one of the usual gang of idiots.

Listen to the robot:

Special thanks to Zeke O’Donnell for bringing this to life in one day. Amazing. Genius. Brilliant.

Now go buy my book on Amazon, because a robot told you to!

To Murder A Mockingbird

As I say in this week’s Dustinland comic, mockingbirds are really amazing creatures—as long as they aren’t waking you up with the deafening sound of bluejays screaming. Or car alarms. Or whatever annoying thing they feel like imitating in an attempt to get laid.

Shit, imitating has one M. I just realized that. Now I need to go into the comic and correct a spelling mistake. Man, drawing comics by hand — there ain’t no autocorrect.