Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Brian's Fan art!

This has been Fan Art for Delinquent Records by Brian C. Russell, writer of The Underfold.

I think that most everyone who reads my webcomic also reads Mr. Russell's, but if you do not, then get over there and crack open those archives, you won't be sorry you did. The Underfold is one of the very few consistently funny webcomics on the internet, and the art, while not masterful in a technical since, is unlike that of any other strip that I've seen. And, I think Brian's other readers will concur, the art, as well as the writing, have so far gotten better with every strip.

For those of you who haven't been to my archives (and I hope none of you have), my first characters were these two, with the strip being titled The Great Undead. I got rid of them 'cause they kind of creeped me out. I never noticed they were better-drawn than the current guys.

some fun facts related to this strip:

I have never eaten a pear.

"the great undead" is part of a lyric from the song "Novacaine for the Soul" by Eels

Sometimes when I can't find my deodorant, I use pear scented bodyspray that I always seem to be able to find.

The male character was supposed to look like a dead Jughead. I mistakenly thought that Jughead wore a crown.

Thanks Brian!


  1. Haha! I had an extra line in there that said "And why do I wear this Jughead crown?" but I took it out!

    Thanks! I'm all about the support.

  2. Now I am confused. I thought Jughead did wear a crown, but it was like around his forhead and looked like a BK crown. Why did I think this?

    Thanks for switching to living characters, woohoo!

  3. jughead doesn't wear a crown? why do i always imagine him wearing one then?

  4. from Jughead's wikipedia page:
    Jughead is almost always seen wearing his trademark gray crown beanie. This type of crown-shaped cap often puzzles modern readers, but caps like this were popular among boys in the 1930s and 1940s. It was made from a man's felt fedora hat with the brim trimmed in a zig-zag and turned up.

  5. hey, what's you email? or can i find it somewhere? hit me at