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About unkiedev

Devin T. "Unkiedev" Quin is a cartoonist, writer and musician. His professional art clients include LEGO, Kelloggs, Scholastic and The New York Press. He has self published several comic books, including Robots R' Cool, Zombies R' Jerks and The Living End. He continues to play with his all pirate comedy band, The Scurvy Pirates, as featured on NPR and The Doctor Demento Show.

I Walk the Line (it is Drawn) Pt. 2

After the wrestlers we drew Jack Kirby creations. Me. Like. Kirby. If you haven’t let the holy light of Jack Kirby into your heart, you need to switch ideologies. A fan suggested Fin Fang Foom, and that sits perfect with … Continue reading

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I Walk the Line (it is Drawn) Pt. 1

A few more recent pieces from the blog, Comics Should Be Good, and their series “A Line it is Drawn.” Keep in mind, the way the thread works is fans submit ideas based on themes and the artist pick … Continue reading

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Hangin’ a shingle, doing comics…

I’m doing some comics for, specifically the Comics Should Be Good Blog, and to be further distinct, the Line It Is Good thread. It’s mash-ups, as requested by readers of the blog. It’s fun, and I like it. I … Continue reading

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Is This Thing On..?

Greetings reader. I haven’t updated in quite some time, as life has been intervening like the helicopter parents of a D&D player, circa 1980. Let’s press on with some content, Hmm?! Here’s a Creeps comic to remind anyone who might … Continue reading

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Aquaman and the Infinite Sadness: A Brief History of Comic’s Wet Lapped Sea King

by lil’ Devin T. Quin Comic books have a tragic hero to rival the heart wrenching figures of classic literature, such as Quasimodo, Tess of the D’Urbervilles and Dobby the magical house elf. Often disregarded and certainly underrated, this comic … Continue reading

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A Good Day

Next time I think something is amazing, I’m gonna’ say it’s “Bat Symbol Chest Hair” amazing.

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The Symbiosis Between Cartoons and Balloons Just like every comic book writer is only doing their best to break into feature films, every cartoonist is really only drawing to break into the spectacular world of Giant Inflatable Balloons! Nothing says … Continue reading

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