About

Hi. My name is Bob Gonzalez. You can call me Bob, if you wish.

Oddbox Comics is a bi-weekly blog that showcases my art and comics, both past and present (but not future, because that would be weird). From comic strips and panels, to doodles and animation.

CONTENTS

Chico and the Chupacabra: A story of a boy and his chupacabra. Click on the Chico and the Chupacabra image in the sidebar.

Zinger-Man: An ambiguously dubious super-hero.

The Sports Page: A comic strip about sports, of course.

Oddbox: This is a comic strip about nothing in particular. Just two goofy guys (one is “Man”, and the other is “Dude”) saying and doing odd things and trying to be funny.

Surewould Forest: A comic strip spoof of the legend of Robin Hood. Currently appearing in Stoopid!

Doopy Joe: A comic panel about a hapless everyman.

Caricatures: Over the years, I have drawn people (and animals, occasionally).

Scratch Pads: The Frog Pad and ScribblePad, mainly. There is also the Mouse Pad and Poop Pad.

Animation: The Sneezer Guy. True or Hoowie. Brain Fart. Animutation. The Flashing Chupacabra. And Oddbox Roulette (a gift from a talented fan and colleague).

Art: Stuff I have done for both fun and profit. Murals, drawings, and paintings.

Doodles: Stuff I did just for the heck of it, mostly taken from the pages of my sketchbooks.

PAGES

About: You are presently reading about About.

Frog Pad: A frog themed notepad. Buy one!

Surewould Forest: Go here to enjoy this comic strip in its proper order. 

ScribblePad: More notepads for sale. Thirteen different designs!

The Adventures of Zinger-Man: A rather unconventional super-hero.

TAGS

Get random!

Chico and the Chupacabra

Click on the image and be transported to the Chico and the Chupacabra site.

The Flint River Collection

This is my newest CafePress shop. So far, it is just one design. However, my creative, impulsive, and goofy side believes it will eventually be a collection of twelve designs capturing life as we know it in the Flint River area.

Bird Smirk

Visit my CafePress shop, where you can find an incredible array of products with my original creations emblazoned on them.

TIPS

Did you enjoy the little dancing monkey? Then give him a dollar bill once in awhile, for Pete’s sake! Click on the flashing chupacabra to contribute what you can to sustain this site. I can’t do it without your help!

ODDBOX CAROUSEL GALLERY

Click on the lower portion of any of the tiny Oddbox comic strips and you will be taken to a gallery that allows you to view them in a larger size.

BLOGROLL

These are some blogs that I thought were pretty cool. Check them out. Maybe you will like them, too.

COPYRIGHT NOTICE

Please don’t steal my work…I’m starving here! If you would like to use my art, just contact me and we can work out an agreeable arrangement.

CONCLUSION

Have fun!

14 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Bob
    I would like to use one of your comics [Where is Cyrano when you need him?] for inclusion on a trial examination. Can you email me so I can give you more information?
    Christina

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  2. I am teaching a linguistics course and I would like to use your “origin of language” “Club/Cupcake” in the course as it is so spot on. Will of course keep your reference on it. Will you allow that?

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    1. I am very happy that you liked it, Nick! That happens to be one of my favorites, and this may seem weird, but it even makes me laugh! Yes, you may use it. Please let me know if your students laugh. I just sent you an e-mail to complete the transaction. Thanks for your kind comment.

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  3. That is great! Thank you very much for this and I promise, I will. This course will run from September and I will post it right here!

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  4. Hi Bob! There is a cartoon that I would like to use for a book I am co-authoring. Could you please e-mail me your contact information so that we could further discuss copyright/publishing use? Thanks!

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  5. Hello Bob, I wanted to use your “Semantic Antic” comic strip in my class. Would you let me use it? I will give you the credit, of course.

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