The Stink Patrol, by Matt Feazell
The Stink Patrol (Captain Confederacy #2, 1986)

Matthew Jordan Feazell started drawing stick-figure superhero comics in study hall during his junior high school years. During college he studied art and graphics and worked on developing a commercial comic book style. About 1980 he started drawing some loose comics on the backs of xeroxed flyers at a record store where he was working. One of the comics Feazell drew featured a new stick-figure superhero called 'The Amazing Cynicalman, America's Laid Off Superhero'.

The Stink Patrol, by Matt Feazell
The Stink Patrol (Captain Confederacy #2, 1986)

Later Feazell redrew the Cynicalman page as a mini-comic. Matt Feazell has been drawing and distributing his own stick-figure mini-comics ever since. Eclipse Comics published a full-size Cynicalman comic book. He also created a non-stick-figure comic called 'Ant Boy' in 1986. Also for Eclipse, he did artwork for Zot! from 1986 to 1989. He worked with Walt Lockley on 'The Death of Antisocialman', a 96-page mini-comic graphic novel. In 2004, he has cooperated on 'Dizzy Adventures' for Disney Adventures.

Ant Boy, by Matt Feazell

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Last updated: 2008-01-18

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