Pop Smoothie and Zombie Marge Launch

Two Cincinnati Illustrators launched their own webcomics in the last couple months.

Pop Smoothie

Christina Wald who not only is a kick ass illustrator but works tirelessly keeping charge of the Cincinnati Illustrators Blog/Lunches has launched Pop Smoothie.


Each week she will highlight a new comic with inspiration from Pop Culture garnered from her indulgence in too much television.

Zombie Marge

Tim Fuller, another kick ass local illustrator/humor writer has come out with Zombie Marge.  Very loosely and probably not at all relating to Marge Schott (though there is a slight undead resemblance).  For the uninformed, Marge was the former owner of the Cincinnati Reds who made Ozzy Gullien’s mouth seem like a choir boy in comparison.

Zombie Marge and her sidekick worm Grubworth will take inside what it is like living decaying in Tanglefoot Cemetery.

Finally a special shout out and thanks to Debbie Adams for awarding me with a special Commenter Award.

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  1. What is it with all the talented folks in Cincinnati?
    You’re putting something in the water, aren’t you?!

  2. George says:

    Both artists have a very vibrant, welcoming style. There’s a lotta talent in Cin City. 😀

  3. Mark Stokes says:

    These are fun strips, Bearman! Thanks for sharing.

  4. Comedy Plus says:

    Marge looks a lot like I do the first thing in the morning. Just saying.

    Congratulations on your commenter award. You do make all of us smile often.

    Have a terrific day. 🙂

  5. Marge Schott… The Reds somehow won a World Series while she was the owner. That is all I have to say about her. Schottzie was a good dog though.

  6. Christina says:

    Thanks for the plug! Now if I can just figure out how to use word press better… I am still learning the ropes on that aspect…

  7. lisleman says:

    Thanks for the info. Do you follow many web comics? Since they are easier to put up on the net than say a newspaper I suspect there are 10’s of thousands. I’ve gone to XKCD a few times but then I’m not a cartoonist. Oh and just because the mechanics of publishing is easier on the net, I’m not saying it doesn’t take as much talent. There is lots of talent out there.

    • Bearman says:

      Check out my links page and you will see the ones I follow. I think everyone who gets into the publishing cartoons online thinks there can’t be that many people doing it.

      Because of the ease of access…there are a ton of people doing it. That is why I haven’t yet been offered my book deal.

  8. Deb says:

    Thanks for the heads up on these two artist, Bearman!

  9. Red says:

    Marge is my kinda chick. Anyone who can pull off wearing earthworm has to be a hit in my book.

  10. nursemyra says:

    Pop culture is a goldmine.

  11. Dr. Cynicism says:

    Well if they’ve earned your stamp of approval, then I’ll be sure to check em out!

  12. Jim says:

    I’ve yet to see any games at that thar new ballpark here in the Buckeye Capital.

    Like The Shoe, I’d really like to at least watch one of the games, while sitting in the stadium and snacking out.

    I’ve been the The Schott a couple of time already, though.

  13. Great stuff. So much talent out there.

  14. i was thinking Java the hut till I scrolled down and say the tentacles.

  15. TEDeBEAR says:

    NIce find on the webcomics. Good stuff!!! Thx

  16. James says:

    Very disturbing.

  17. Creepy and cool all at once! Love it!

  18. Tim Green says:

    I’ll link them to my page so they’ll get 3 new views each week! 🙂

  19. DadaHyena says:

    Cool stuff! Always nice to have more freaky webcomics to enjoy!

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