Space Cabbie 2.0

Posted by: on Jan 25, 2011 | 4 Comments

I love board games. I fell in with a group of like-minded souls soon after moving to the patchouli-infested paradise that is Northampton, MA. It’s weird to be among people who are already “into” board games; I don’t have to explain it to them. In fact, they explain things to me.

Among them is David Lartigue, who has a very funny blog and an interesting take on the Great Star Wars Controversy. He asked me for a sketch of Space Cabbie, a lesser-known Silver Age DC character. I re-imagined The Cabbie for a hip, new alterna-teen audience. Because that’s what comic book writers do.

Space Cabbie 2.0

In the name of full disclosure, I used a lightbox.

Doing the sketch reminded me of a friend from my old gym in Queens, Sim. He’s a Sikh, and an aircraft mechanic at LaGuardia. Built like a Sherman Tank, the sort of chap you’d want to be next to in a foxhole. Hope you’re well, Sim.


  1. Rob Irwin
    January 31, 2011

    You HAVE to start scripting this.

  2. Rvid
    January 31, 2011

    Hah! Looks kind of like “SPACE CABBLE”, huh?

  3. Rob Irwin
    February 1, 2011

    It could definitely be resurrected, even as a one-shot. And definitely with a sense of humour.

  4. Rvid
    February 1, 2011

    Not gonna lie, Rob, I’ve thought about it…

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