My association with SpongeBob Comics began with the first issue, and includes cover ideas (based on my original sketch, seen here), along with gags, old-looking fake ads from the SpongeBob universe, and interactive stories that combine storytelling and puzzle-solving.
Dangers & Dead Ends
Three pages from a longer “Pick-Your-Own-Predicament” story that had SpongeBob comics readers flipping back and forth to try its nearly endless variations.
Wordless gag cartoons, each with its visual “punchline” removed. Match them up to complete the jokes.
One of numerous gag cartoons created for Nick Magazine.
This piece seems a lot less outlandish now than it did when first published, cough number of years ago.