Roadkill Bill – There Goes the Neighborhood

The mill & overlay continues on  Bicyclopolis Book 2 . In the meantime, here’s a retread of a Roadkill Bill comic from years gone by with a message that resonates down the ages.  Click on the comic to make it bigger:


Ken Avidor

About Ken Avidor

Ken Avidor is an illustrator, cartoonist and occasional courtroom sketch artist. Ken Avidor is an active urban sketcher and maintains a daily, illustrated journal. Ken is married to urban cartographer and talented sketch artist Roberta Avidor in the Union Depot in Lowertown, Saint Paul. Follow Ken and Roberta's sketching/bicycling adventures on their travel blog.

2 thoughts on “Roadkill Bill – There Goes the Neighborhood

  1. Mike SonnMike Sonn

    This reminds me of the Davanni’s guy saying that they tried to buy a house near their store at Cleveland/Grand to tear down for a parking lot. He couldn’t understand why the neighbors opposed that brilliant idea.

    1. Ken AvidorKen Avidor Post author

      Yup. I did this comic about a hardware store that tore down 2 nice homes for a parking lot. The first home was demolished on Earth Day.

Comments are closed.