Wally enjoying a spin behind the wheel of a Krupp 1070 Dunerunner.. Holly, not so much.  Yes, we’ll get around to this kind of lunacy in the strip eventually.  Unfortunately, the hand-colored original doesn’t fare well under the unforgiving deconstructive glare of the scanner arm.  As always, this looks better in real life.  I’m currently considering ditching the colored pencils in favor of markers..

starting bid: $30

.. and here’s the print.  As always, hand-signed and $20 takes it away.  Contact me at for details.

While I’m here, I might as well announce these additions to the Endtown family of prints.  “Marx” and “Blackie Magic” scanned remarkably well for hand-colored art, but they’re pretty much the only ones.  “Home Sweet Home” is being added by request.  $20 each, or $16 plus $4 s/h if you order more than one.  Thanks, all, for helping to keep Endtown alive.



No auction this week as I’m still playing catch-up following my hospital stay.  I would like to remind everyone, however, that all of these fine signed prints (waves hand in elegant sweep across images, receives painful paper cut) are still available for sale, individually, for a mere $20 delivered, or for $16 each (plus $4 s/h) if you order more than one.  Contact me at for payment options.  Thanks to all who participate and help to keep Endtown alive in the process.  We’ll return to our regularly scheduled auction next week.

Messing About in Boats

`Nice? It’s the ONLY thing,’ said the Water Rat solemnly, as he leant forward for his stroke. `Believe me, my young friend, there is NOTHING–absolute nothing–half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats. Simply messing,’ he went on dreamily: `messing–about–in–boats; messing—-‘

-Kenneth Grahame, “The Wind in the Willows”, chapter 1

Yet another one of those “why the @#% won’t it scan properly” images.  Looks better in real life.

starting bid: $30

.. and the signed print version.  $20 shipped. Contact me at for details.