June 6, 2008

Broadcast failure

I must unfortunately report that in a sudden turn of events, there will be no new comic Monday. Please accept my apologies. I feel weird about it, as this is honestly the first time in as long as I can remember that I've actually bailed like this. I'd also like to apologize in advance in that I really can't get into the reasons for it, but please, rest assured nothing bad has happened. Insanely unexpected things just happen sometimes.

However, please be reassured that I will still be at the MoCCA Festival all day Saturday to sell books, offer handshakes, and, as always, sign your baby's head. Please come buy a book as the other two I don't enjoy doing as much. Remember, it's a two-day show but I'm there Saturday only.

Other than that, have a great weekend, folks!

Posted by August J. Pollak at 8:25 PM

June 5, 2008

Some Guy and the City - One Night Only

A heads-up for you lovely northeasterners- I'll be appearing at this weekend's MoCCA Art Festival in fabulous New York City.

While the show is two days, and I highly recommend you attend both days to see all the events and meet all the awesome Cartoonists With Attitude who'll be attending, I will be there Saturday only.

If you're in New York, this'll be your one chance this year to catch me in person, as well as directly purchase a copy of Junk in the Toaster. Hope to see you all there!

Posted by August J. Pollak at 7:36 AM

June 2, 2008

"Democrats: They're f%@$ing idiots"

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Surprise! I'm out of town through the middle of next week, so you're getting Monday's comic a little early. And honestly, what better a day to put up this one than one when a mere mile west of me, the very elite of the Democratic Party are bickering over how stupid they can all be.

In a way, I'm almost glad I will finish this wretched primary season with virtually no internet and/or cable access. I suppose it's optimistically naive to imagine it'll all be over by the time I get back, but a man can dream.

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Posted by August J. Pollak at 12:04 AM