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Psycho Bunny is a poet. Reciting Shakespeare at that! However, things doesn’t work as planned.

Introducing the Psycho Bunny sketch of the week for Feb. 13th, 2017. A special Valentine’s Day edition.

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Shakespeare in love – the Psycho Bunny edition. Based on the comic written and drawn by Michele Witchipoo. Valentine edition, Feb. 2017.

Whether or not you have romance in your own life, don’t forget to check out and click “like” for the Psycho Bunny Facebook page. There’s also a page for my other illustration stuff, Michele Witchipoo – WitchesBrewPress. You can click “like” on that page as well. I’ve marked my personal Instagram account private. In it’s place I’ve started another public Instagram account, WitchipooArt just for my cartoons, art, and illustration work. So if you follow that instead, it’ll be much appreciated.

What else? Psycho Bunny has his own Twitter account. You can order merch with my various designs on RedBubble.

You can always order my comics and greeting cards off my website, which should be update but hasn’t. If you specify what you’re looking for, email me. PayPal and Square accepted.

Till next time.

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Since my Krampus cards did so well, I decided to put out other greetings.

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My line of greeting cards: Steampunk Cthulhu, Krampus, and a Lemmy/Wendy O Valentine. Designs/illustrations by Michele Witchipoo. 2016.

For the time being, my Etsy shop is closed, but you can still order my handmade cards. So far most people who have ordered from me have been pleased. The cards are $2.00 a piece, and shipping is an additional $1.00. If you’re ordering more than two, then S&H is $2.oo and up, depending on how many cards one orders. All cards come with envelopes and cellophane wrapping. Cards are also blank inside for more versatility.

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‘Cosmic Birthday’ greeting card. Design/illustration by Michele Witchipoo. 2016.

If you’re interested, you can always email me: Witchipoo@witchesbrewpress.net or you can email the payment to PsychoBunnyComix@aol.com, specifying what card you’re ordering. You will get your order in a promptly manner.

Right now the hot item seems to be the Lemmy Kilmister and Wendy O Williams valentine card. It’s based on the time they did a duet together with the Tammy Wynette song “Stand By Your Man.” It’s in tribute to Lemmy, otherwise known as the founder and vocalist for Motorhead, who recently passed away. Also in memorandum for Wendy O Williams, best known for The Plasmatics. Below is a very rough draft of that design. There’s two versions. One with the words ‘For My Valentine’ and one without any text at all. If you’re interested in ordering this card, I do suggest ordering this ASAP in time for February 14th. You will not be disappointed.

If these cards do well, quite possibly I will go with other designs such as old school Goth, vintage New Wave/Post-Punk, other classic Punk/Metal icons, witch/pagan/occult designs, cult film characters, and other subculture subject matter.

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Wanted to do a different type of style, so here’s Valentine number four. Which of course, is two days late. So much for posting on Valentine’s Day itself.

Valentine Cat. Drawn and colored by Michele Witchipoo Feb. 2015.

Valentine Cat. Drawn and colored by Michele Witchipoo Feb. 2015.

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It’s too cold in NYC today. As of this blog post, the current temperature is 25 degrees. A good day to stay in and work on a Valentine Day’s sketch.

Yes, I know. I had promised to post new Valentine’s artwork everyday until Feb. 14th. Of course, life took over and this was not possible. So here’s my attempt at playing catch up with today’s sketch. Combining both Friday the 13th and Valentine’s Day, I figured I’d create my own version of a ‘Pandora’s Box.’ Taking a cue from Goetia demons, here’s Sallos.

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So I’m already behind on my once a day Valentine posts. Playing catch-up with something that I haven’t worked on in a long time. My comicbook character Psycho Bunny, which I’ve been self-publishing on and off since 2004.

For those who don’t know, Psycho Bunny is a drunk, unemployed, bitter misanthropic rabbit. I’m currently working on new stories to be released sometime this year. You can order copies of past Psycho Bunny issues either through my website: http://www.witchesbrewpress.com/ or through my Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/WitchesBrewPress

Below is what Psycho Bunny thinks about relationships. Not that he’s any good at relationships himself.

Stay tuned for some more Valentine’s artwork, to be concluded Feb. 14th.

Psycho Bunny's thoughts on relationships. Character created by Michele Witchipoo.

Psycho Bunny’s thoughts on relationships. Character created by Michele Witchipoo.

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Had a conversation with someone yesterday. Which ended in an argument. Before the argument, we had been discussing Valentine’s Day. I had told him that when I was single, I really didn’t pay Valentine’s Day any mind. I suppose it bothers some more than others. Valentine’s Day only bothers me when I can’t be with the one I truly love. You see, at my age, I don’t want Valentine’s for the sake of having someone. I much rather be with someone who I truly care and love with all my heart.

When you can’t be with the one you truly love…that is more painful than anything.

I created this piece with someone in mind.

To cheer myself up, I decided to post Valentine themed artwork everyday until Feb. 14th. Let’s see where this goes.

The Neil Young song (although I prefer the Saint Etienne version) rings true. Only love can break your heart.

Valentine Day art, completed Feb 1st, 2015. Created by Michele Witchipoo.

Valentine Day art, completed Feb 1st, 2015. Created by Michele Witchipoo.

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In honor of Valentine’s Day, I created this in pencil:

"Locked Heart" drawn by Michele Witchipoo, February 2013. Pencil sketch.

“Locked Heart” drawn by Michele Witchipoo, February 2013. Pencil sketch.

Contrary to what this drawing suggests, I already had a good Valentine celebration. So regardless of whether you’re single or attached, Happy Valentine’s Day.

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