Comics, cartoons, and various projects of Rob Marsh

Welcome to the Rob Marsh Mystery Manor! Inside you will find all sorts of strange an unusual things, inluding books about toenails, confused old monkeys, abandoned and neglected comic books, actual published books that no one has read, java games tha are mostly broken, and a host of other oddities. The Manor is continually growing, so be careful not to lose your way once you enter! I apologize in advance for those rooms that lead to the mysterious 404 room, but as the mansion is expanding at an unpredictable, insane rate, it can't be helped.
The theater where Ludosomnus and his friends watch and review old movies
Gold in the Hills is my most recent colaboration with Andy Watson. It is an historical book about legendary gold hunters who have searched the Wichita Mountains of Oklahoma for gold through the ages, including folks like Coronado. Jesse James is also rumored to have hidden away his treasure in the hills. Click this link to be directed to the Amazon page where you can order it
Dad's toenail is a silly children's book that I illustrated. It was written by my friend Andy Watson. It tells a goofy story of a Dad who loses a toenail, and how the family devises strange and creative ways to put that detached toenail to good use
The Inquisitive Guereza is an addled old monkey bordering on senility who often makes horrendously bad decisions. Check out this book to learn more about him.
the mysterious, spooky, and likely unfinished maze
toenail fairy tales tells the sill sequel to the Dad's toenail story, and involves a respin of some of the old classic stories of the past, like jack and the beanstalk, etc. It's goofy but intended for all age readers

december Sun was a comic book that I created over 20 years aog. It was a completed comic book that I pencilled, inked and wrote, with the intention of submitting it to places like Marvel, DC, Image, etc, which I did. I never got a gig, but I did have fun making the comic
Wult dasney
this was the original Dads toenail site, back before I built the mystery manor. It just holds a sentimental place for me, so I keep it around
my youtbue channel, on which I blab on about old classic films that I enjoy, generally from a positive perspective. I enjoy seeking out old gems from the past and learning about actors that I've never heard of before. The purpose of the channel is to document some of my discoveries as I watch these old classics
This is just some miscellaneous stuff that I worked on. It has to go somewhere I guess.
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