If you like a creative-writing challenge, or just can't draw, but have a great cartoon idea, describe it here, in as few sentences as possible...
Here are three I thought of...(over the last couple years)
An alley in London, 1966.
A "mod" teen is backed up against the wall, wide-eyed and frightened.
At his feet a can of spray paint....On the wall next to him, the scrawled
legend, in two-feet-tall letters "Clapton is GOD"...
An alien faces the youth, ray-gun pointed at his chest.
Nearby sits a stereotypical early-'60s "flying saucer", round, bubble-
domed, and tri-legged, hatch open, ramp extended.
CAPTION: "I DEMAND AN AUDIENCE WITH YOUR KLAP-TON"
A dusty lot behind a rural building. (GOD's-eye-perspective)
A sign by the 2-lane-blacktop in the background reads: "Dog-Boarding"
The chain-link fence around the lot has been breached, a two-foot-tall arch
cut in the wire, on the ground nearby, a pair of diagonal-cutting pliers .
A half-eaten canine(head, shoulders, front-legs and spine-stump remain)-lays
in the dirt, surrounded by a melee' of tiny human footprints... A crying woman,
her 'tween boy-and-girl, and a worried kennel-owner stand nearby, in a semicircle.
A crinkle-eyed, buff blonde guy in an Aussie bush hat-and clothing squats on the
far side of the carcass, squinting upward at the others.
CAPTION:(in thick aussie accent, of course) "Babies ate your dingo."
Two suburban ranch-style houses, as viewed from the street.
A hedgerow seperates the driveways.
In the driveway to the left, a small, muppet-like bear sits on an
aluminum-and-nylon-webbing lawn chair, surrounded by food wrappers and
empty beer cans. He holds the end of a rope.
The rope snakes under the hedge, ending in a nooselike snare on the
center of the driveway on the right....In the center of the "snare", a copy
of "Vogue", a plate holding a steaming lobster tail, and a visa gold card.
In the wide picture-window of the house on the right, a pretty, trim, 19ish y.o. girl,
with a perky pony tail, peeks from behind the curtain with shining, panic-stricken eyes,
at the "bait" in the driveway