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Daniel Spottswood’s Disquietville

Disquietville

Cartoonist Daniel Spottswood has agreed to allow us to share a number of his cartoons here over the next several weeks. His strips often deal with cartooning and comics related subjects. Spottswood’s work has appeared in the Kansas City Star and his self-published Disquietville books. You can check out his work at his website (www.disquietville.com/index.html) and the work blog — Comic Strip Joint — that he shares with J.W. Cotter, Hector Casanova, and Travis Fox.

Spottswood’s Journal

Disquietville

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Cartoonist Daniel Spottswood keeps a daily cartoon journal. In addition to the refined “Disquietville” strips we’re presenting, he has generously agreed to allow us to share a number of his personal diary cartoons. These raw, revealing strips often reveal this struggles with cartooning. Spottswood’s work has appeared in the Kansas City Star and his self-published Disquietville books. You can check out his work at his website (www.disquietville.com/index.html) and the work blog — Comic Strip Joint — that he shares with J.W. Cotter, Hector Casanova, and Travis Fox.

Daniel Spottswood’s Disquietville

Disquietville

Cartoonist Daniel Spottswood has agreed to allow us to share a number of his cartoons here over the next several weeks. His strips often deal with cartooning and comics related subjects. Spottswood’s work has appeared in the Kansas City Star and his self-published Disquietville books. You can check out his work at his website (www.disquietville.com/index.html) and the work blog — Comic Strip Joint — that he shares with J.W. Cotter, Hector Casanova, and Travis Fox.

Spottswood’s Journal

Disquietville

Click to enlarge

Cartoonist Daniel Spottswood keeps a daily cartoon journal. In addition to the refined “Disquietville” strips we’re presenting, he has generously agreed to allow us to share a number of his personal diary cartoons. These raw, revealing strips often reveal this struggles with cartooning. Spottswood’s work has appeared in the Kansas City Star and his self-published Disquietville books. You can check out his work at his website (www.disquietville.com/index.html) and the work blog — Comic Strip Joint — that he shares with J.W. Cotter, Hector Casanova, and Travis Fox.

Daniel Spottswood’s Disquietville

Disquietville

Cartoonist Daniel Spottswood has agreed to allow us to share a number of his cartoons here over the next several weeks. His strips often deal with cartooning and comics related subjects. Spottswood’s work has appeared in the Kansas City Star and his self-published Disquietville books. You can check out his work at his website (www.disquietville.com/index.html) and his work blog he shares with J.W. Cotter, Hector Casanova, and Travis Fox (www.comicstripjoint.blogspot.com).

Comics to Film

Cartoonist Daniel Spottswood has agreed to allow us to share a number of his cartoons here over the next several weeks. His strips often deal with cartooning and comics related subjects. Spottswood’s work has appeared in the Kansas City Star and his self-published Disquietville books. You can check out his work at his website (www.disquietville.com/index.html) and his work blog he shares with J.W. Cotter, Hector Casanova, and Travis Fox (www.comicstripjoint.blogspot.com).

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Comics to Film