March 3, 2021

“Yeowa!”

As I enter the home stretch in this storyline, it’s time for me to put all the toys back in the toybox & restore Baum’s status quo…

February 24, 2021

“If you think it will help”

I guess we’ll find out next episode just how scrambled Jack’s perception of things is…

February 17, 2021

“Pleased to meet you”

Sounds like Jack might be a few seeds short of a pumpkin!

February 10, 2021

“Exit interview”

You didn’t think I’d forgotten about how Tik-Tok was left, did you?

February 3, 2021

“Exit stage left?”

Geez, what now?!?

January 27, 2021

“It’s a good thing they didn’t know any better!”

This episode is my way of sidestepping an error that I only realized late in the game (as in late September of last year) that my whole story premise was faulty! See, I’d only ever seen the Magic Belt being used as a means of travel, and thought that was all it could do. Turns out it is essentially Minerva’s magic rock– it can grant a magic wish every day! So my way out of that dilemma was to just portray the Vice Provosts as having that same (mis)understanding that I did!

Works for me, hope it does for you, too…

January 20, 2021

“Have I got a story to tell!”

That shock that left Watusi & Minerva stunned into inactivity for the last few weeks seems to have passed– barring any other emergencies, we should be on a fast track to the end of “Watusi in OZ”!

January 13, 2021

“Don’t try to one-up a one-upper!”

It wouldn’t be a walk down memory lane without a glimpse at the very first Watusi comic, now would it? First published as part of my “Larry’s Kitchen” zine in APA-5 #308 (August 2000), I included it in the first Watusi the Talking Dog digest comic a couple of years later. If you want to read more about Watusi’s origins, you can do so here!

January 6, 2021

“Close calls”

If you want to continue this trip down memory lane, you can keep reading here. You know, of all the Watusi stories I’ve done, I think “The ghost dog of Wonder Valley”┬áis the best drawn one…

December 30, 2020

“A precious resource”

If you want to continue this trip down memory lane, you can keep reading here.