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Me circa 1976. I have no clue who the kid next to me is. Even my parents don't remember who the hell that is. But man did I love that Sesame Street play set.
Me circa 1976. I have no clue who the kid next to me is. Even my parents don’t remember who the hell that is. But man did I love that Sesame Street play set.

Arp Laszlo is an Indian-American comic creator, illustrator, writer, adult ADHD complainer & advocate, and all-around gadabout.

He’s a child of the 70s who still thinks bell bottoms are cool and hunts for them regularly in secret thrift shops whose locations are zealously guarded.

He’s the first person in his family born in the US, didn’t speak English til he was 5, and spent 6 months a year in India until he was 10. His first full year trapped in school was 4th grade – in Catholic school, no less.

His major influences are:

  • Bill Watterson’s Calvin & Hobbes
  • Berke Breathed’s Bloom County
  • Herge’s Tintin
  • Monty Python
  • Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Scott Pilgrim

He lives in Saint Petersburg, Florida with his lovely wife, 4 children, 2 indoor cats, 2 outdoor cats, 1 half indoor/half outdoor cat, 2 rats, 7 fish, and 1 big ass dog.

He also refuses to watch Bollywood movies made after 1985.


Current & Past Projects

Current Projects

Fried Cheese Balls webcomic
Mini-comics
The Rapper’s Foot webcomic

Upcoming Projects

How the Dinosaurs Really Died picture book
World Mythology adventure tale graphic novel script
Spooky middle-grade graphic novel script

Past Projects

Guest strip for How We Stay Sane At Work Volume 2
Indian-American satire


Me on the interwebs

I maintain an active presence on Instagram, Twitter, and Youtube (ok, I’m not that active on Youtube but you should subscribe anyway).

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