What follows is a selection of cartoons I drew back in the early 1980’s - mainly 1982 and 1983 - when I batted around the idea that I could be a professional cartoonist. They only place the strip called “Computer Chips - a high tech cartoon” ran was the student newpaper in College in 1984. Better than nothing I guess. By doing this I learned about syndication and copyrights and how they pertained to cartoonists and artists in general. I also learned that newspaper editors weren’t always as learned about artists creation rights and thought it funny that I would want to retain the rights to my creations. As my mother used to say “It’s a funny old world."

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