DRIVE. One of the ten-dollar sketches I do; you can buy one here, and see all the ones to date here. This was one of a set of two, along with a Steve McQueen “Bullitt.” Usually I wouldn’t take a request that specific, but they seemed like they’d be pretty easy.
OH HEY SPEAKING OF EASY— I have a ton of surprise bills (and some regular, non-surprise bills) that I need to pay, so I’m having a half-off sale on everything I sell through in my store site: dharbin.bigcartel.com All you have to do is buy any 3 items or more, then enter YESPLEASE in the discount window during checkout. You’ll get half-off everything! That means a one-hour drawing would be $20 instead of $40, prints would be between $7 and $15—it’s pretty crazy. Limited time only—once I get a few bills paid I’ll take the discount down. Doing a drawing for $5 and then shipping it is like working for $1 an hour. But I gots to have me some stimulus!
So! Go here, buy 3 items or more, then put YESPLEASE in the discount field. And if you feel like it, let your friends or followers or whomever know about it—and thanks very much!
Jason’s ‘I Killed Adolf Hitler’ is getting optioned for a movie. The only way i’ll be extremely happy about this is if it’s animated. It has to be animated.
Please be animated.
In I KILLED ADOLF HITLER, a hitman goes back in time to kill Adolf Hitler…but he messes up and Hitler comes forward in time, a mistake the hitman must rectify. Complicating factor: the time machine needs 50 years to charge up. There’s no need to say any more — at 50 pages the tale is short yet packs several lifetimes of story. It unfolds both as you expect and then as you never would with a last page that either will break your heart or leave you sitting on a park bench staring into the sky wishing you could go back in time and fix that one thing. (via comicsbeat)
Patrick Sean Smith is set to write an adaptation of the comic Bone for Warner Bros. P.J. Hogan is attached to direct the Jeff Smith cult-favorite. The fantasy is being produced by Dan Lin of Lin Pictures and Animal Logic, after Warners picked up the rights in 2008.