Archive | March, 2014

A Happy St. Patrick’s Day To Ya’

17 Mar

A Happy St. Patrick's Day To Ya'


Unpublished 2nd Outlook Cartoon

16 Mar

Unpublished 2nd Outlook Cartoon

Because of a slight mix-up, this second “Neptune City-Saturn Town” cartoon for The Outlook never saw the light of day…that is, until today (almost seven long years later! Yikes!).


The Beatnik Fox’s Print Debut

16 Mar

The Beatnik Fox's Print Debut

From the May 3rd, 2007 issue of Ocean County College’s Viking News.

Yes Foxy, Freedom is Ink on the Page.


Another Neptune City-Saturn Town Classic

16 Mar

Another Neptune City-Saturn Town Classic

This was the very first “Neptune City-Saturn Town” cartoon published in Monmouth University’s The Outlook (from the September 19th, 2007 issue), and was the Beatnik Fox’s 2nd appearance in print (Ocean County College’s Viking News was graced with his print debut a few months earlier).

I think about sixty different “Neptune City-Saturn Town” cartoons ended up appearing in The Outlook altogether (along with over thirty-something articles on all kinds of fun topics which I found interesting. I was never assigned anything, and ended up covering everything from Shari Lewis to Superman. They must have liked what I had to say).

It certainly was a dream come true to see all of these personal characters which I had been drawing for more than a decade prior finally get the chance to see the light of day and be enjoyed by others.

Sigh. Memories.


From Those Good Ol’ Outlook Days

15 Mar

From Those Good Ol' Outlook Days

Circa spring 2010. The Beatnik Fox is enjoying the gardens located in front of Wilson Hall.


This Springbreak, Make a Wish on a Lucky Totem

14 Mar

This Springbreak, Make a Wish on a Lucky Totem


Words of Wisdom from the Beatnik Fox

9 Mar

Words of Wisdom from the Beatnik Fox

In social situations, it is important to never make jokes at your own expense. While you might just be trying to become the next Chris Farley or Jim Carrey by bringing laughter to your friends or date, the truth is that most people are too dumb to take it as the joke you intended it to be, and will end up treating you accordingly.