My Spectickles’ appearance has evolved throughout time. I got an absurd idea in my head of Dolbeer’s Grand Central Station at night, thus it didn’t start out with a single goal but rather as a series. Not all of them were cartoonists, but there were a lot of them.
Jim Unger, Charles Schulz, and Mike Peters are from the pages of comic books, and Mort Gerberg, Mischa Richter, Charles Saxon, and Robert Weber are from the New Yorker. Quite simply, excellent. If you haven’t read “Innocents Abroad,” you’ve been missing out on something truly hilarious. I find H. L. Mencken and Mark Twain’s works to be both inspiring and hilarious.
Nothing makes me happier as a cartoonist than seeing someone grinning or laughing at my work and then feeling motivated to share it with others.
It’s an incredible sensation that never gets old. To be honest, I’m astonished that I’ve gotten this far in my career.