Some days, Busta just makes you feel better.

One of my favorite Busta Rhymes songs in recent years is Don’t Touch Me (Throw da Water on ‘em).  It came out as a single alongside the Back On My B.S. album, which also had the If You Don’t Know single (I loved that one as well).

You’d think that after a billion listens, I’d finally get sick of this one. Still, it does make me happier, makes my booty shake. I’ve been watching the video a lot lately. I mean, come on, it’s a pretty badass hype song.

Anyway, here are two drawings. I know, it’s silly. I just can’t help it.

Hey Brooklynites! Tom and Amy Adams of Bergen Street Comics headed off to San Francisco for a couple days. So over the long weekend, Ivan Brandon, Mike Cavallero, Cliff Chiang. and I got to work the storefront as guest retailers. As Cliff said, “Yesterday I got to fullfill my dream of being a comics retailer who sits and draws and won’t talk to customers.”

Tucker asked us to draw some new versions of Batman: The Brave and The Bold. Here’s what we came up with.

Tucker wrote a bit about us being there on his blog.

And Tom and Amy visited my mom while they were in San Francisco. I hope to post some photos of that soon!

When I was growing up, Busta Rhymes was one of my favorite hip-hop artists. Earlier this summer, he came out with a new album–Back On My B.S. The single, If You Don’t Know, has already become my favorite song to come out in a long time. In my excitement, I drew a pic of Busta from the video. It took me a while to add color to it.


Also, here’s the video. And damn, it’s good.