MY STORIES    
I'm a self-taught artist with a passion to entertain and make people laugh. These samples explore my background and demonstrate my drafting and storytelling ability. Read each description below and start a slideshow, or click on the logo icon above to return to my website for comics and caricatures and check my Instagram: scottgross.works for my latest doodles.
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This story has been told around the dinner table since I was a kid growing up in a factory family run by my Mom and Aunt Iris.  Download the .pdf.

A tale of young love inspired by Ralph Bakshi and set to Steve Miller Band's "Take the Money and Run". Watch the ANIMATIC .MP4 or download the .pdf.
A dystopian vision of where we're headed. Character art included at the end.
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A team of super seniors fight the evil plottings of PUUF -- Parent United to Undermine Fun -- in this fun comedy for kids 8-12.
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Elmer strikes it rich day-trading in his basement, but as resident of the back yard Bugs demands half. I wrote and drew this story for DC Comics, published January, 2019.
Live from streets of the 510, The Nickel-Dime is an Instagram comic drawn from my years in Oakland, CA. Click the icon to read it in its own website, including artwork.
Working Class is a peek inside Global Con Tech, the automated megafactory making all the world's stuff. For the robots doing the work, it's just another day on the job.

The Abalone Story

I grew up in a factory family in Cleveland, Ohio. This story has been told around the dinner table by my Mom and Aunt Iris since I was a kid.
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Take the Money and Run

Inspired by Ralph Bakshi, a tale of young love and wanderlust set to Steve Miller Band's 1976 hit.   Download the .pdf
Watch the ANIMATIC .MP4
Or press the red audio button and click the first board.
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Looney Tune #246: Fuddy Money

I've written and illustrated over 100 stories for DC Comics. In this Looney Tunes issue, Elmer Fudd strikes it rich day-trading in the basement, but as a resident of his back yard, Bugs demands half. I wrote, illustrated and colored the story and cover, which was published in January, 2019.
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Funktown 2037

A dystopian vision of where we're headed. By 2037 poverty, crime and disease have forced most of the Bay Area's 'surplus population' to be incarcerated from birth to death. When a giant earthquake strikes, two friends experience freedom for the first time in a new world they don't understand. Character art included at the end. download the storyboard as a .pdf.
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GEEZERS

Superheroes have alter egos -- they work at newspapers or run phoney universities. So what's a kid to do when evil strikes at 2pm on a Wednesday when everybody's at work? Call grampa of course, in this fun comedy where a team of super seniors battle PUUF -- Parents United to Undermine Fun. download the .pdf.
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