If you head over to the Portland Timbers' Flickr photostream, you'll find an amazing promotion for the team's upcoming season -- hundreds of dramatic photos of fans posing with axes and chainsaws.
I have a bit of history with the "Timbers Army" fan group. So I thought it might be fun to draw a couple of totally bootleg promo images of my own. I'd love to see other local cartoonists draw their own variations.
Service journalism at its finest! In their latest comic-strip appearance, beloved instructional characters Mr. Do and Mr. Don't teach Portlanders how to delight their sweethearts on Valentine's Day. Sort of.
(Bill Mudron and I believe this comic may contain the most repulsive Mr. Don't drawing thus far. Guess which one. Hint: It's available in the strip's endnotes as a desktop wallpaper.)
In their latest comic-strip outing, beloved instructional characters Mr. Do and Mr. Don't teach Portlanders how to behave at various fall cultural events -- including a science exhibit, a costume ball, and a concert of video-game music.
The last panel may be my favorite drawing of Mr. Don't ever. ______
Beloved instructional characters Mr. Do and Mr. Don't
teach Portlanders how to behave at the major cultural events of August 2009 -- in this
full-color, twice-as-long version of the strip printed in Friday's Oregonian. __________