1. Bright Idea

     
  2. Creative Thinking

     
  3. Making the Leap

     

  4. Anonymous said: Wait Grant you practice orthodontics? I never knew you were a dentist. Love your comics by the way.

    Yes, though I hide that secret in the final line of my bio.

    If there’s one thing comics can teach us, it’s the importance of having an alter ego.

     
  5. Picasso Blues

    For best results, sing the words of this comic in the voice of bluesman Robert Johnson. Further reading/listening: the latest on Picasso’s "Blue Room" and the best song about Picasso ever written. 

     
  6. Life with A Toddler

    In celebration of Father’s Day, here are some thoughts about the beautiful chaos of having an 18-month-old.

     
  7. The Problem of Perception

     
  8. Conflict in Literature

     

  9. prodigis said: i love your comics and want to make a comic myself for the first time, any advice?

    1. Make the words and pictures do different things.

    2. Don’t try to cram too much into a single panel.

    3. One of the main characters should be a cat.

     
  10. Collecting My Thoughts