This is the cover for the House Of Fun one-shot, drawn by Evan Dorkin, coming from Dark Horse in December. It’s a compilation of the strips from Dark Horse Presents earlier this year, including Milk and Cheese and a new Eltingville Club story. I for one will be buying it when it comes out.
Evan Dorkin posted this on his Livejournal: a pin-up of Milk and Cheese for the Heroes Con original art auction. The Dairy Products Gone Bad will always be awesome.
Cartoonist Goes To Hell, as drawn by Evan Dorkin, available as a T-shirt.
Via Evan Dorkin’s blog, a bit of Milk and Cheese that will appear in DHP #12. This makes me happy.
Dark Horse comics for October 2011: this image represents wonderful news. This is the cover to the hardback collection, Milk And Cheese: Dairy Products Gone Bad, compiling all of the stories of Evan Dorkin’s hilarious and anarchic characters, as well as loads of extras (as he details on his LiveJournal). I can’t believe that it exists, but I’m very happy that it does.
These are nine of the ten Milk and Cheese sketch insert cards, by Evan Dorkin, of the CBLDF Liberty Card set project. Dairy products gone bad!
This is a recreation of the back cover to Fun With Milk And Cheese by Evan Dorkin (he has been doing some commissions based on old work), and it makes me smile.
At his LiveJournal, Evan Dorkin shares this private commission he did: a re-creation of the cover to the first issue of the hilarious and brilliant Milk and Cheese.
I have been ill for a few days, hence the lack of posting. To compensate, here is a commission by Evan Dorkin of Baron Zemo and the Red Skull, which is of course fabulous.
Evan Dorkin did this charity piece some time ago, but I never got round to posting it before. It’s of Marvel Villains, but in his cartoony style that brings a smile to my face.
Evan Dorkin posted this Milk and Cheese commission he drew, and I knew I had to post it. If you haven’t enjoyed the adventures of dairy products gone bad, do yourself a favour and seek them out.
Dork is the sporadic collection of strips, one-panel gags and longer pieces from Evan Dorkin. It was in these pages that his Eltingville Club strip first originated before it was turned into a pilot for Adult Swim (called Welcome To Eltingville, the episode was called ‘Bring Me The Head Of Boba Fett’ and is as funny as the title suggests). The cover above is for issue 11, the notorious cataloguing of his nervous breakdown. Don’t get me wrong: Dorkin (and Dork) is hilariously and scabrously funny, but the honesty and humour in that issue is simply amazing.
Evan Dorkin has put this Milk and Cheese piece up for auction at ebay (for charity). I thought I’d help spread the word.
To celebrate the return (if only for two pages) of the most violent (and funny) dairy products in comicdom, a picture of Milk and Cheese, by Evan Dorkin. Go read the latest two pages of brutality and hilarious offensiveness here.