Author Archive: RobPeters

I am a freelance illustrator and cartoonist. I also run the webcomic Crazy Cal Presents at

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Day 5- Goatbeard Billy

| November 5, 2011 | 0 Comments

After doing animals for a few days straight, it was time to go back to people.

Goatbeard Billy lives in a shanty down by the train tracks in Cevar Canyon. He eats stewed prunes straight out of the can.

4-Trigger McQuinch

| November 4, 2011 | 0 Comments

I’ve noticed that most people here are using the 30 characters challenge to create characters that fit into their already existing works. My previous characters have been completely random creations, the result of whatever happened to flow from my pen at the time. For this one, I decided to try working with an existing framework, that of my detective comic Charlie Croc, Private Eye.

Trigger McQuinch is an underworld thug: a bootlegger and enforcer for Boss Mudpoole. He’s not much in the brains department, but he is tough. He can usually be found in one of the more disreputable pool halls in the swamp. His hobbies include shaking down little old ladies for their life savings and macrome.

If you’re interested in more from Charlie Croc’s world, you can read the original comic here.


3- Rabbit Mercury

| November 3, 2011 | 2 Comments

Rabbit Mercury is a freedom fighter for the C.A.R.R.I.T. Alliance. He has dedicated his life to freeing his home planet from the Evil Emperor Buck-Tooth and his Beast Drones.

2-Thurg the Caveman from the Future

| November 2, 2011 | 0 Comments

Thurg is a caveman… from the future! He’s come back in time to rediscover fire for the first time.

1_Malachi the Impossible

| November 1, 2011 | 1 Comment

A moderately successful stage magician, Malachi the Impossible was searching for a better disappearing illusion when he stumbled upon the secret to real teleportation powers.  Malachi foolishly tested the power without truly understanding them. Now, unable to control his ability, Malachi materializes from place to place throughout the world never knowing where he’ll go next or how long he’ll stay.