Yes, yes, too many words, sorry! I promise, it will get more cartoony and less wordy soon, at least for a while. And my wife tells me that my daughter actually does the jumble in 2 minutes. But look, a handsome new square jawed character. Again, click to bigify. And scroll down to view earlier panels.
As usual, click on the image to bigify.
I feel like I have to defend myself here, the author of this “comic” clearly has a grudge against me. Click this link and scroll down to the “Biopsy” heading. As usual, click on the image to bigify.
I didn’t get around to actually using the F-word, but there is some nudity, tasteful, even elegant and purely for artistic reasons. There is a (lame) joke in this panel, click this link for an explanation. Click the picture to bigify.
Obviously, this is an homage to the original Superman comic. Obviously. If you click on the image, you will see it full size.
So I wrote/drew a new comic from January 2017-June 2017. Starting tomorrow, 20 June 2017, I will begin posting one panel a day from my comic. There are a total of 104 panels. I hope you enjoy the comic as much as I (most of the time) enjoyed making it.
The annual Emory School of Medicine Service of Gratitude and Remembrance for the Human Anatomy body donors was held on 6 June 2017 at Cannon Chapel and I was this year’s Anatomy Faculty speaker. My remarks are below:
Last week, Peyton invited me to speak at today’s Service of Gratitude and Remembrance. My first reaction was to say no. After all, for something like this, it’s nearly impossible to come up with something simultaneously new, something tidy, something universal, something profound, something satisfying and something moving. Those are not my strengths, I’m more of a Kahoot man, as you well know. Besides, others have already said the appropriate things and said them better. But I feel that I owe you, my students, my surrogate children, my future colleagues, and our donors something for your sacrifices, so I will offer up something untidy and personal.
This site is a place to post my comics, drawings and other media that I use to educate students about anatomy, radiology and evidence based medicine.
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