Take a golden age comic, rewrite the stories to be irreverent and hilarious, publish! It's a sham!
Did you ever wonder what happens when copyrights run out? In this case, it means irreverent cartoonist, Tim Fuller, can take public domain funny books from the '40s and '50s and rewrite them, with hilarious results! New stories for you, the hip, cynical reader. (You know who you are...) The Complete Shamnibus collects Sham Comics #1-6!
Tim Fuller is an illustrator living in Northern Kentucky and active in the Cincinnati, Ohio comic scene. He writes and draws comic books, mostly about talking animals. He shares his studio space with several cats and dogs who give him plenty of feedback on his work. His Sham Comics series for Source Point Press takes public domain material from the 40s and 50s and rewrites them as social satires. Tim’s current projects also include "Zombie Marge" and "Cap'n Catnip & Womble the Wonder Gerbil." His work can be seen at www.hoohacomics.com.