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"Now, I'm not one to judge what a man does with his ladyfriends, but I wouldn't let the Hendersons see if I were you."


"Oh, Wilber, ride me bareback!"


"There ain't a saddler around who can make 'em so's your wife's butt don't look big."

Tom Wms.:

Yeah, I'm thinkin' this ain't Brokeback Mountain, pardner.


You should have told me you wanted an English saddle.


Whatta ya mean, 'Lets go Greek?'

Ed B:

Sidesaddle is for sissies, and that's that!


This does not need any words!

devon cox:

Be gentle. i'm raw

John Cox:

Hey Gang
I thought might have fun with this one

Hey Devon
Slightly disturbing. Very funny


"With all due respect, Mr. Armstrong--a pommel is far from your biggest impediment to competing in dressage."

Dr. Bob:

John -

Where do you come up with these absurd juxtapositions?

John Cox:

Dr, Bob

Absurd? I thought it to be rather mundane for a working cowboy to come across a mythical Greek creature who happens to resemble the very stock he handles.

I guess my approach to cartooning is less "Why" and more "Why not?".

T again.:

John did another one with a centaur a couple years back. I seem to remember it had a second character which was a businessman with a horse's head--maybe talking on a cell phone. It was in color.

John Cox:

Hey T
That is correct. What a memory.

"Your father must have been quite an interesting person."


"Seeing as you're from the San Francisco area, I thought you'd appreciate a little leather."


John Cox is a painter, cartoonist, and illustrator for hire. For information about purchasing existing work or commissioning new work, contact him by e-mail at john555cox [at] hotmail.com.

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