THE S.U.I.T. - DECLASSIFIED # 4
by J. Scooter Harris
This issue will make its official debut
at the Tucson Comic Con, Nov. 4-6 2016.
Scooter's artwork (bottom) .
He was the featured artist at the exclusive
Night Iguana Productions film premiere of
THE CASE OF THE PLUTONIUM PINUP PROJECT.
Scooter's original toons slated for
BACHELOR PAD MAGAZINE:
NIGHTCAP EDITION # 5, 2016.
Ink and Watercolor on Paper.
Here are the original sketches that Scooter did of those same toons
and sent to BPM editor and publisher Jason Croft (aka Java).
Scooter and Java then discussed about the changes that needed to
be made, before any inking and water coloring was to be done.
Jason Lonon of Death Ray Design (also of NASCAR)- now Croft's editor,
and without consent, changed Harris's cartoons to make them look worse on
purpose, including misspellings, in BPM: NE # 5. Croft did little to
rectify the situation and broke yet another agreement that was meant to prompt
Harris's resignation from BPM, which meant this year's winter issue to
be Harris's last with Croft's magazine.
Then Jason Croft fired Scooter Harris.
The latest chapter of THE S.U.I.T.!
"Tiki Tom's Atomic Aloha"
Story and Art by Scooter Harris 2016
Published in Spring 2016
The femme fatale in the illustration was inspired by pinup model Lila Starlett.
Illustration by J. Scooter Harris 2015
It was done for Jimmy Vargas's published short story "Merry Christmas From Frank".
MINNIE STRIPS # 3
by Scooter Harris
THE S.U.I.T. - DECLASSIFIED # 3!
Story and Art by J. Scooter Harris