Here’s last week’s cartoon for The Costa Rica Star. I meant to post it here Saturday but I was so overwhelmed with a huge full-page cartoon (you’ll see in November) that it totally skipped my mind. Sorry about that.
The rain in Costa Rica is forcing a higher number of crocodiles than usual to turn up on the nation’s Pacific beaches. A surfer is actually attempting to sue the government over the issue. It’s probably really hard to leash train a crocodile.
I’ve drawn a lot of crocs lately. I’ll try to cut that out. Even this time while not drawing crocs I was able to do a vulture, shark, and hyena. I really love drawing those.
There will be another cartoon for The Star this Friday.
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