Mr. Fish Doc at Slamdance Film Festival

If you find yourself in Park City, UT, over the next handful of days and you want to lose yourself in a superhero movie full of thrilling chase scenes and explosions (if by chase scenes you understand that I mean a starving artist in hot pursuit of artistic relevance and explosions I mean the psychic […]

Mr. Fish and Chris Hedges Event in NYC

01/25/2018 – 7:00pm Join us on Thursday, January 25th at 7pm, as Book Culture on Columbus and Harper’s Magazine present Mr. Fish, author of And Then the World Blew Up, in conversation with Chris Hedges. A collection of disturbingly hilarious cartoons and essays that speak truth to power in this bonkers political era. What do you get […]

Village Voice Review of New Book

Just in time for binge drinking, incoherent ramblings and blowing your brains out through a paper horn, here’s the Village Voice review of And Then the World Blew Up.  Seems Mr. Fish is a dangerous sonuvabitch full of endearing contradictions.  Dig it.

Mr. Fish at Revolution Books in NY

Just in time for the holidays, Mr. Fish will be doing a book event in promotion of his new book, And Then the World Blew Up, in New York City, a town world famous for its art scene, its magnificent architecture and the dank smell of urine in every corner, crevice and nook inaccessible by […]

And Then the World Blew Up is Available Now!

Mr. Fish’s brand new book of 13 essays and over 400 cartoons, And Then the World Blew Up, is finally out!  Pick it up online or buy it at an actual bookstore from an actual living person who is likely to make you feel like a pervert for laying down real money for something so crude […]

Without Your Head Podcast

Here I am with documentarian Pablo Bryant on the Without Your Head podcast talking about girls, boys, douchebag idiots, cake, Yakov Smirnoff and how we’re all going to die.  Dig it.

Ain’t it Cool News!

Here’s a review on Ain’t it Cool News of Pablo Bryant’s eye-popping, heartstrings-yanking, gag-inducing nature documentary, Mr. Fish: Cartooning From the Deep End, all about a wee fish’s pathetic struggle to survive in a shallow and filthy puddle that is drying up faster than his ability to grow lungs, legs and a soul empty and […]

Austin Film Festival Audience Award Winner!

Congratulations to Pablo Bryant and Ted Collins and everybody involved in the making and promotion of Mr. Fish: Cartooning from the Deep End, which was just presented with the Audience Award by the Austin Film Festival.  Onward to DOC NYC and the New York premiere on Sunday, November 12th at 4:30pm, with a follow up […]

Look! It’s a Mr. Fish Pop Up Show!

If you happen to be in Austin, TX, this coming Friday night (Oct. 27) and you want to buy one or two signed Mr. Fish cartoon prints, one or two limited edition Mr. Fish silkscreens (see below), one or two copies of the new book by Mr. Fish, And Then the World Blew Up, or […]

And Then the World Blew Up

Just in time for the actual doomsday, my new book, And Then the World Blew Up, is available for pre-order!  Comprised of 13 essays and nearly 400 cartoons about the high hilarity of how and why the United States has decided to use self-immolation to light its way into the future, it is the perfect gift […]


If you’ve ever been curious to see what Mr. Fish looks like up close, away from his drawing board, inadequately moisturized for winter and smelling strongly of bad habits and good intentions, he will be attending the New York City premiere of Pablo Bryant’s smart and seamy documentary, Mr. Fish: Cartooning from the Deep End, […]

Board Out of My Mind

The Mr. Fish signature skateboards are here! – brought to you by the shit-giving hipsters over at Politic. Head over to their site right now and dig the exclusive interview I did with them and start your Christmas shopping early, as nothing says Happy Birthday, Jesus! quite like Noam Chomsky with both a pipe and […]


My large format portrait exhibit, WE ARE NOT ALONE, is up at the University of Pennsylvania in the forum at the Annenberg School for Communication building at 3620 Walnut Street in Philadelphia.  Here’s the announcement in the Penn Current.  And here’s the full exchange I had with the reporter explaining just who in the hell […]