Thursday, May 26, 2005

You are the best!

Here is an early transmission of YSL in time for the long weekend. This comic strip is simple, just a backhanded affirmation of your superiority, you sexy beast.

You are the best!

YSL #178 - the week of May 29, 2005 Posted by Hello

Sunday, May 22, 2005

I Got Me a Chicken

For a while now I’ve been playing around with an image of a little depressed kid with a manic chicken on a leash. I thought about spinning it off into a more traditional comic strip called “Master and Chicken” but other obligations have prevented me from exploiting the wealth of comedic potential. Someday . . . someday.

For now, you get this.

YSL #176, week of May 22, 2005 Posted by Hello

Sunday, May 15, 2005

Baby Clothes

My wife is convinced two strips about children will imply that she may be “up the duff,” or “off the blob” which I can only infer means “knocked up”. The truth is, as Charles Schultz could attest, little kids are fun to draw. I’m trying to mine some new territory here after one hundred and seventy-six strips. Indulge me.

Saturday, May 14, 2005

Monday, May 09, 2005

Spenard Spring Social

If you were following along, here is Crystal Hutchens' review of the Spenard Spring Social that happened this past weekend. If you didn't go, you surely missed out. I was filling the role of MC.

"If you missed Spenard Spring Social last night, unlucky you! But I got some good footage I hope to include in the music documentary I'm working on. Some outstanding musicians to look out for! Hawkin's Wright, who performed with a stand-up auxiliary drum player, could easily fill the void left by Matt Hopper with great sensitive sensibility to wow the gals. Jacob Carpenter astounded the crowd by playing the guitar, drums and singing all at the same time!! And he charmingly included a great deal of humor into his set as well. Go see him if you can! Izzy Berube who goes as FOR5EEN performed rap in the caliber of Eminem only with incredible introspective and positive lyrics. I was very impressed...and his companion Lataka had the voice of an angel. They are located out of California but said new music will be available at Mammoth in coming months. I would definitely check it out when it arrives. The Duke Russell Experience was the perfect experience as always, with organizer Duke's young son on drums and Izzy's Dad Mr. Dan on bass...I don't know why those guys hardly ever play!! Mike Holt, the resident drummer played double duty with the Flying Flacons, whose stream of conscious psycho-babble lyricism always entertains, and Woodrow, who were in fine form as per usual. TS Scream took up the rear with their original local sound proving after all this time that you can never give up on your dream...these guys only continue to get better with age---and of course, Lee Post was our lovable MC---"

Sunday, May 08, 2005

Springtime for Babies

Being one-half of a newly married couple, I can assure you that as soon as the ring is on your finger, everyone is asking when we are planning to have kids. My brother and his wife are months away from his third child. I work with “at-risk-teens.” Kids are a mind-field every step of the way. My wife and I are not proud, so we are looking to cut corners where ever we can.


Oh, and check out the new poster I did for
Jared Woods, Christen Woods, and Mike Holtz, collectively known as “Woodrow” below. It’s some of my better work, which is defined by the amount of monkeys, robots, octopus, and large-breasted superwomen I can force into one picture. This poster is saturated. I couldn't cram another atomic monkey in if I tried.

Woodrow Poster by Lee Post Posted by Hello

YSL #175 - Week of May 8, 2005 Posted by Hello

Sunday, May 01, 2005

This is your Square Life

No real summary this week. Just something I came up with while picking up my socks at home.

Just a reminder, this weekend is the Sixth Annual Spenard Social at Fiori D’Italia (
2502 McRae Rd) in buried in scenic Spenard. I will be emcee again year, so you know it will be a great evening. There will be 10 music acts for $5!!!, including the Duke Russell Experience and Woodrow.

I’ve attended for five years now and it all ways been one of the best nights out I have all year. Think of it as a really good house party with someone really cool you haven’t seen in a while, rather than a concert. It’s 21 and over, with a seating capacity of 100, so get there early or you have to sit on the floor. The doors open at 8:30 and the show starts at 9 p.m.

YSL #174 - Week of May 1, 2005 Posted by Hello