Sunday, November 30, 2008

More SF Bay Area Appearances

I have some dandy gigs coming up in the San Fran area this week and next. Check this crazy link for details and come see me in person. I'm so lifelike, you almost won't believe it! Plus, I'll be funny and friendly and sign books for you which you can give as gifts, thus making you look as cool as the other side of the pillow this holiday season.

Who wouldn't want to meet this dapper fellow?


Anonymous said...

That link is crazy. I clicked on it, and it was like going through a Stargate chock full of pixies and cotton candy.

Anonymous said...


Yeah who wouldn't indeed :-)

I am glad I stopped reading the Dilbert blog 4 months ago and found this about the same time - now I am able to also appreciate your comic strip better.

Mumbai Mirror - a supplement of Times of India prints a comic strip type panel of your comic - of course you do 2 versions of your comics. It looks way better here of course in colour.

Thanks for the humour and the interesting thoughts you share.

Best Wishes,
Bomb-aye, India.

L. Erskine said...

December 8th is my birthday. Maybe I'll come out. A reattempt at a jumping picture would be fantastic as the one I took last time wasn't so great. I was nervous. I get shy about taking pictures of strangers (which is silly, I KNOW).

Piraro said...

Glad you're safe. I have a good friend who lives in Mumbai. An American. He is fine, but his wife, an Indian, lost a number of friends who lived in the area where the attacks happened.

Happy to do the shots again, although I liked the ones you took last time. I got a big chuckle out of them!

L. Erskine said...

Dan, glad you liked them! I didn't know you saw them. :)

I'm definitely going to work on making out there. I'm jobless and being dragged over the coals by Worker's Comp but it's my freakin' birthday... I'll make it happen! :]

Anonymous said...

as an SF native and a former employee of a haigh street business I really wish I could make it to the SF gig, but I'm in Boston until the 21st of Dec. Boo!

Anonymous said...

Piraro - you are a sad, sad man.

Eben said...

Hey, might you be interested in having your shows listed as part of the Heroes Against Hunger Tour? (

All you need to do is have a donation bin for folks to put non-perishable food, and then donate that food to a shelter or other hunger-fighting charity.

Let me know. Thanks. :D

Eben Brooks

Anonymous said...

When are you coming up here to Bremerton WA? Cartoons are really big here because not so many people are good readers. They don't understand your cartoons but they laugh anyway. Laughing is good. I'll buy you a coffee and we can smoke some salmon.