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Some Mental Health Cartoons

Last week, I went to see my Cycologist. I told him I was depressed about all the climate change induced flooding in Australia. He suggested that humans would develop new ways to adapt. I told him that I was also depressed by the lack of color on winter streets and the fact that everyone in […]

Roadkill Bill – Using Cars Wisely

There has been a pause in my headlong rush to finish Book 2 0f Bicyclopolis. I have been drawing an illustrated map and poster for the extremely awesome Saint Paul Classical Music Crawl in Lowertown taking place October 10, 2015. In the meantime, here is another vintage Roadkill Bill comic exploring the effects of cars […]

Roadkill Bill – Tailpipe Emissions

Progress has resumed on Bicyclopolis Book 2 after a brief hiatus in which Roberta and I visited Sioux Falls, South Dakota via Jefferson Lines and Brompton bikes. Here again is a vintage Roadkill Bill comic.  Click on the comic to make it bigger:

Roadkill Bill – Fake Trolleys

The work on Bicyclopolis Book 2 continues day by day. In the meantime, streets.mn will present a different Roadkill Bill comic every Sunday. Click on the comic to make it bigger:

Roadkill Bill – The Sacrifice

The struggle to complete the Bicyclopolis saga continues unabated. In the interim, Streets.mn will reprise a colorized Roadkill Bill comic strip every Sunday. This week’s comic strip from 2001 serves to remind us just how far we’ve come in the intervening years to make streets safe for children and other living things.  Click on the comic to […]

The Return of Roadkill Bill

As Bicyclopolis Book II takes shape on my drawing table, there will be a brief intermission during which Streets.mn will reprise a colorized Roadkill Bill comic strip every Sunday. This week, Angerman returns to protest the expansion of a road. Click on the comic to make it bigger:

Bicyclopolis: Episode Three, Archer Sturmley’s Tale

Streets.mn presents Bicyclopolis, a graphic novel by Ken Avidor in serial form. In last week’s episode, Cycling Into the Future, Dan Petosky pedaled Uncle Fred’s time-travel invention, the velochronitron into the troubled future of Stillwater, Minnesota. This week’s episode is Archer Sturmley’s Tale. Click on the pages twice to make them bigger.  

Bicyclopolis: Episode Two, Cycling Into the Future.

Streets.mn presents Bicyclopolis, a graphic novel by Ken Avidor in serial form. In last week’s episode, The Velochronitron, Dan Petosky learned about the pedal-powered time-travel invention in Uncle Fred’s laboratory in Stillwater, Minnesota. This week’s episode is Cycling Into the Future. Click on the pages twice to make them bigger.