At first glance, it seems that everyone fights for a ray of sunlight in the comic world—there are millions of comics and just about the same amount of comic artists. Ricky Hawkins doesn't fit that bill, and is a modest and down-to-earth guy who makes an excellent comic strip once a week, sometimes even more frequently. There isn't any pretense to what he does, and it's a refreshing sight to see.
Here's a short comic drawn by Bruce Timm from Tom Strong's Terrific Tales #11. I sure wish he would quit Warner Bros. and just work on comics full time. These short five page or so comics he does/did have always been way better than the rest of the comics that they appeared in. Darwyn Cooke did a great run on The Spirit and I would kill to have a short run on Conan by Timm.
When it comes to older generations, perhaps a lot of us grew up reading our favorite comic strips in the newspaper every day. However, as times changed and things like the internet became prominent in our lives, we started to look for forms of entertainment online as well.
The age of classical comics confined to newspapers or little books is over, and the medium has exploded into many shapes and forms done by thousands of artists in their own special way. The newspaper cartoon has been replaced by a daily dose of a comic viewed through social media. The themes have also changed: instead of often tacky gags or some political commentary, most comic artists nowadays choose more down-to-earth and relatable topics like everyday life and inner struggles. Lark, or…
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