Unearthed Comics Guest Art
So my 5 year old daughter comes home from Kindergarten talking about bees. She sees that I am busy making comics so she decides to draw a comic of her own. At first, I didn’t understand what a “proboscis” was so had to look it up (it’s the appendage that comes out of the bee’s mouth for feeding). Once I learned what it was, I couldn’t stop laughing at the …
Stephen McGee, creator of Rain Dogs, is a good comic friend of mine who was so sweet to create me some wonderful fan art while I have been so busy getting my book together. This particular comic just cracks me up because of that silly mustache. Thanks Stephen! Want to submit some fan art? Click to read how.
Naptoons artist, Bones, creates these hilarious works of art on standard napkins. Bones was sweet enough to make me some great fan art during this busy week of completing my book. Click here to view more Naptoons comics. Want to submit some fan art? Click to read how.
Jesse is one of my Twitter friends and created me this awesome fan art to help me so I could have some new content to share while I was busy working on my new book. I absolutely love this play on words comic from Jesse Keifer, creator of Tank Monkey. (Those guys look pretty brutal!). Want to submit some fan art? Click to read how.
A big thanks to Jerad from Bad Oranges Comics for creating this awesome comic about his rendition of an anthropomorphic Earth having a human virus on it. (I love how different artists can take a similar concept and make it funny in their own way.) Visit Bad Orange Comics for more treats like these. Want to submit some fan art? Click to read how.
Jon Esparza is a rad Twitter pal of mine who often brings some sunshine into my day. He created me this great fan art of my Marilyn Earth. Awww- thanks Jon! Want to submit some fan art? Click to read how.
Thanks to The Hat and Fat for the clever fan art comic. (Yes, Earth DOES have a fracking problem that needs to be dealt with). Thanks The Hat and Fat! Want to submit some fan art? Click to read how.
Craig Hunter of Victims of Circumsolar graced me with some hilarious fan art about my dear Marilyn Earth being a lightweight. Perfect! Want to submit some fan art? Click to read how.