The P-Nut Grill

Not much has changed in the 18 years since we first stepped into The P-Nut Grill. This is where Betrice and Judy met for the first time in 1973 and it’s here that the story of Bakersfield, Earth has its origin. Now it’s years later and the place looks much like it did in the 70s. Mabel is still the…

Gay Scout Merit Badges

A new era of scouting is upon us. Now that gay scouts and leaders can be out and proud, the Scouting community is introducing ten new merit badges that encourage gay scouts to be prepared for their future as adults in this new, more inclusive American society. Art by William O. Tyler.

The Orchard Motel

Welcome to the Orchard Motel. Time hasn’t been kind to this roadside escape. The current issue of Bakersfield, Earth takes place in 1991, eighteen years after we are first introduced to this location. It was here in 1973 that Judy and Betrice have their one and only night of passionate bliss. In the end, it’s also…

Welcome to Bakersfield

These first few pages of Bakersfield, Earth feature full page tableaus that introduce different locations in and around my fictionalized version of Bakersfield, California. I got the idea from Lars Von Trier’s film, Melancholia. He opens that film with a series of amazing tableaus that, at first, don’t mean much to the viewer, but, as you watch…

Join the Bathroom Brigade!

America is slipping away from us like a greased pig at a county fair. Gays have taken over the Boy Scouts. Abortionists harvest baby brains for cash. Bakers are forced to make cakes for lesbian pagan moon ceremonies. Animal rights groups ban greased pig contests at county fairs. Now they’re coming for our public restrooms:…

A New Beginning

Two years ago, I completed the first issue of my Bakersfield, Earth sci-fi adventure comic. Now that I’ve wrapped up The Corporeals, the time has come to finish what I started. The goal is to post a new page of Bakersfield, Earth each week until the story has been completed. I’m excited about telling a more narrative…

E.T. Leaving Porter Ranch After Gas Leak Debacle

PORTER RANCH, California — Longtime resident, E.T., has decided to permanently move away from Porter Ranch after the discovery of a massive natural gas leak in the Aliso Canyon gas storage facility. “This whole thing has left a bad taste in my mouth,” he said, “Literally.” Porter Ranch was in its infancy in 1982 when E.T….