Good morning! Are you ready for a month of Daily Monsters? I think it’s a nice way to end this week, don’t you? To mark the release of the Monster Book I’ll post a new monster every day in February, and that includes weekends, too. So please have fun, post a story, and check back in tomorrow. A new monster will be waiting for you. Why? Because 344 LOVES YOU



  • 1 February 2008 10:05 am

    Great design, what kind of marker do you use.

  • 1 February 2008 10:17 am

    It IS a great way to end the week. Day one of a month-long daily monster spectacular.
    Looks like 134’s star is shining bright today. She can really pick up a beautiful head voice without sounding too nasaly. She may not look like Mariah Carey, but she can sure out-sing her.

  • 1 February 2008 10:40 am

    Hi Stefan,
    You’ve made my Friday! What a perfect way to end the work week.

  • 2 February 2008 12:20 am

    Hi Ricardo. I use Faber-Castell PITT artist pens, Staedtler pigment liners, Tombo ABT pens, Sharpies (fine point and wedge tip), and Yasutomo Sumi ink on regular old uncoated bond paper.

  • 2 February 2008 1:12 pm

    ooooh Stefan…I love 134..waiting for the book (I ordered 2..so far)love you..344!..np
    Started out so blue.
    Wide eyed and knowing just what this bird could do.
    Holding to his song, and trying hard to dance, he started to float away without his party pants.
    Got his dancing shoes on, don’t need no back up band..and since his landing from the “hand” he hopes to learn to dance.
    He’s off to find his buddies, and start a monster band. He hears they’re in a book now, and waiting for the chance….

  • 2 February 2008 1:20 pm

    Ha! Love it! That’s excellent, Nancy.
    Thank you so much for taking the time
    to post a story.
    Thank you for ordering the book, too!
    I hope you’ll dig it when you get it!

  • gerwin1991
    5 February 2008 2:30 am

    i love youre painting man, you have so much talent.
    keep on giong like this;)

  • GristleBean
    5 February 2008 9:14 pm

    Fregnell, the stand-up comedian, performing at the Brombax Alley Succor Club, Skurntown. His syncopated wit coupled with his snarky jib made him both a formidable component of ‘roasts’, which, of course, involved both insulting AND slow-braising the guest of honor…

  • Sue Bebie
    7 July 2008 4:51 am

    Rockröhre wohl eher nicht, dafür lebender Hochtöner in Highend Ausführung. Diese Ausprägung des Schädels ist wie geschaffen dafür, die Kopfstimme nicht fistelig sondern voluminös erschallen zu lassen; ein wahrer Genuss für Musikliebhaber jeglicher Stilrichtungen.

  • Nadia Hansen
    23 November 2008 2:03 pm

    Kosmo’s dream was to sing.Sing pop he wanted to so very much he would do public urination for it.His family kept on cheering for him when he went on American idol.Then,he was in the final two he was so nervous he sung “American idiot” by Greenday in a sailor hat,a tanktop,and platforms.

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