Ryan Cecil Smith is a cartoonist who lives in Nishinomiya, Japan. He self-publishes comics and zines with Closed Caption Comics. His website is ryancecilsmith.com.
Finally a cartoonist diary that is ALL comics – no typed text! Woo Hoo!
Ryan Cecil Smith’s drawings are a delight. Thanks!!
So PUMPED that Ryan is doing this! Best new cartoonist, for sure.
Oh and FRANKIE, I didn’t type anything either dumdum–essentially Ryan is totally ripping me off here. I’ll expect my royalty check in the mail, Cecil Smith.
I’M LOVIN’ IT.
I belong to the Dum Dum Posse. Extra credit if you get the reference.
Ron Rege? (Can’t find the accent ague on my keyboard, guess that makes me a part of the Dumb Dumb Posse)
Excellent in every way!!
And yeah R.C.S makes amazing, fun-filled, energetic comix and drawings and is probably a really nice bloke.
This is great! I love Ryan’s comics, and can’t wait for the next entry.
RCS’s sketchpacks are always a deee-light! Glad to see this side of his output get some attention. The man is a certified sketchbook MANIAC.
Thanks for the encouragement, everyone. :)
Actually Dustin I was really aping my old teacher Brian Ralph!
Who?? Never heard of him. Make the check out to D-U-S-T-I-N M-F H-A-R-B-I-N
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