Monday, December 22, 2008


What happens when your letter goes to the wrong Santa? This year's video will show you the answer to that question. Also, this year’s video ends with some alternate scenes.

Thanks to Antone "Santa Fish" Wade, and the photographers Lisa "Rocketgirl" McGeorge, Janet Stone Wade and Lin Workman.

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Tuesday, December 9, 2008

True Meaning of the Holiday?

Well, it's that time of the year again when all the stores' registers ring with the sound of commercialism at its best! Cha-CHING! More stores make more money during the day after Thanksgiving sales through Christmas than probably the whole year. What's that mean to me?

I have to stand in line for nearly an hour now just to get a gallon of milk and a loaf of bread at some stores. Luckily, the local grocery store is open 24/7, so I can get in and out quickly at 1:30 am.

But, it's the whole commercialism thing that bothers me. People are forgetting that more famous reason for the season, and watching "A Charlie Brown Christmas," and then finding the passages twice in a row (I opened up to the passage in the Bible directly, and then again in a church hymnal), I'd like to share with you Luke 2:8-14 as Linus shared with Charlie Brown:

And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid. And the angel said unto them, "Fear not: for, behold, I bring you tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger." And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of heavenly host praising God, and saying, "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men."

So, when that hour of waiting for milk and bread is upon me, I think back on the reason for the season and am reminded why it's a good time of year.

Sunday, November 30, 2008

Tribute To Aunt June

I was thinking of people I appreciate this morning, and my Aunt June came to mind. I'm sharing a comic strip I did in October in celebration of her life. To learn more about her, click here.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving!!

After having speng my Thanksgiving Day, I'd like to share with everyone the things I'm thankful for and hope it reminds you to be thankful, even for the little things life offers (and these things are in no particular order):

Papa Roy, Mama, my friends, family members, the talents God bestowed on me, food, shelter, sunshine, blue skies, puffy clouds, sense of humor, health, sight, hearing, abilities to walk and speak, memories, education, employment and salvation--all of these are gifts from God, to whom I give my thanks.
There is more to be thankful for, of course, and hope that what I've written here reminds you to be thankful as well--especially for the little things in life.

Monday, November 24, 2008

Creator Biography

Kevin L. Williams

Kevin L. Williams is a cartoonist/puppeteer, using these complimentary forms of entertainment as a means to spread humor and inspiration to his audiences. His creation, Muley the Mule, has been published in Muley Comix for many years in newspapers, international journals, comic anthologies, a collection of comic strips, and commercials. Other than in print, Williams’ Muley the Mule has also made many live appearances for shows, including appearing on national television, live appearances internationally, on radio (yep, on radio), and hosting shows such as The Congo Cabaret, Oscar Night America and events for charities like the Ronald McDonald House (who named him their Official SpokesMule).  He has proudly been listed as editor for MAW Productions' graphic novel series Jetta: Tales of the Toshigawa.

Kevin has also taught puppetry and cartooning, imparting many details of both crafts to young and old alike.

Kevin L. Williams and Muley the Mule

Kevin L. Williams is founder of Kevin L. Williams Productions and creator of Muley the Mule and Friends (comics and puppets). He served as President of the Mid-South Cartoonists Association, a subchapter of the National Cartoonists’ Society’s Southeastern Chapter, from 2000-2012 co-chairing events and art shows on behalf of the MSCA as well as other groups and associations, including speaking engagements such as the Cartoonist-in-Residence at the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, CA. He has had comics published in regional and international publications, seen in all forms of print and in video around the world and on the internet, appeared on radio and national television, and auditioned with the Jim Henson Company, Sesame Workshop and the Walt Disney Company. Since 1995, he has been editor of MAW Productions’ Jetta: Tales of the Toshigawa graphic novel series, and has contributed art and services to works and shows of other businesses. He has edited the MSCA's two anthologies as well as comics for other associations. The most recent traveling puppet shows, SuperMule and the Cookie Caper and Muley’s Talent(less) Revue, has garnered rave reviews from fans everywhere.  He is also well-known for his pop-culture character paintings.
Muleton Mule, Jr. (Muley the Mule), has been published and viewed in nearly all forms of media: print,  television, stage, and radio. Muley has served as the Official SpokesMule of the Ronald McDonald House of Memphis since 2003 and co-hosted many of the events with radio stations and television stations. Most recently, he was seen nationwide on the TV Guide Channel,, and in Muley’s Comix and Stories, a book described as “When The Muppets meet Peanuts.”  "The Muley and Friends Show" has performed live on the same stage as The Blues Brothers Band, Sinbad, Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox, Hanson, Cedric Burnside, Snoop Dog, Mavis Staple, and Huey Lewis and the News.

Both have appeared at numerous conventions, on stage, and performed for many audiences as well as conducted workshops and puppetry classes. Both have appeared as part of the Cartoonist-in-Residence program at the Charles M. Schulz Museum.
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Sunday, November 23, 2008

Welcome to Blog!

As a holiday treat, we are relaunching as a blog for easier access and more frequent updates. Please be sure to visit often to find out what the latest comic strip is, the history behind it, learn about the characters, watch videos, and more. I'm sure there will be silly articles along the way written by myself or Muley and his friends, so there will be plenty to keep you entertained. Happy holidaze, and see you again soon! Your pals, Kevin and the Mule Website Terms and Conditions

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