Watch Your Head

10292132_10152212230031247_3948970946513550898_nIf you missed the wonderful comic Watch Your Head while it was in syndication, head over to and get in on the ground floor of Cory Thomas’ web reboot.

WATCH YOUR HEAD follows the lives of five college students as they awkwardly negotiate adulthood. They come from different backgrounds and cultures to the campus of Douglass University, a historically black college

Cory’s artwork if amazing, and his story lines are always engaging and hilarious. Go check out WYH!

Intelligent Life!

IL_PRESENTATION_PAGE_1_newHey, comic fans! My good friend, and super-talented cartoonist David Reddick is launching a new comic strip with King Features called Intelligent Life!

INTELLIGENT LIFE is a comic strip that revolves around a set of characters who very much exist in this world of geek/pop culture, and it gives us a good laugh as we nod knowingly at their antics.

The strip follows the personal life, the work life, the hobbies and obsessions of Skip, Gwen, Mike and Barry, and glimpses the mania of our world.

If any of this sounds familiar, don’t be surprised – this is the modern world we all share. INTELLIGENT LIFE celebrates the geek in all of us.


Intelligent Life launches in newspapers on July 7th, but the website is live as of today, with a teaser comic and lots more! Go check it out!

GIL Returns to Providence Journal Sunday Comics Page


Happy Mother’s Day! I’m happy to finally be able to announce that GIL has returned. Starting today, GIL has returned as a Sunday-only feature in the Providence Journal.

After receiving a ton of mail from disappointed readers, The ProJo reached out to me and offered to take GIL back to their Sunday comic page.

From The Providence Journal:

“Our announcement Jan. 5 that cartoonist Norm Feuti would no longer produce his syndicated comic strip “Gil” brought anguished outcries from hundreds of readers.

They emailed to discuss, many in passionate depth, why the departure of this strip about a chubby young boy with a single mother and a smarter best friend had left them bereft. They talked about the strip’s warmth, mixed with a clearheaded view of childhood, and about each character as though they were old friends. Remarkable in a strip we’d carried for only two years.”

If you’re a fan of GIL living in southern New England, go get yourself today’s ProJo and help usher in GIL’s return! To everyone who contacted The Journal to tell them how much you miss GIL, my sincere thanks.

Today’s GIL comic is dedicated to you, Rhode Island!

…and Mothers of course.