• Hey there, lovers of fine art! My name is Noel Anderson but folks generally call me Scotch. I have an insatiable love of B-movies and blame much of who I am upon their influence. I've been a cartoonist for many years and Goof Roof continues to be my toehold in cyberspace. I’ve illustrated and written for numerous humor publications such as CRACKED, HUSTLER and HUSTLER HUMOR, JOKESTER, and THWAK magazines. Seduction Cinema Comics Group published my comic books, Play-Mate of the Apes and SpiderBabe. I worked as a radio personality for close to two decades in good ol’ Fargo, ND and enjoy creating musical and audio parodies in addition to my comic satires, and I'm currently co-editing a magazine called ART RIOT. So, go on… what are you waiting for? Check out the gallery and enjoy everything that’s goofy under one roof. Indeed, that’s why we’re here, my friends! Need to get a hold of me.?

It’s October! Halloween is in the air…

Posted by Scotch on October 11th, 2014

Here’s a drawing that I did quite some ago. I’m guessing it’s been a couple of years, actually. I’ve been looking at some of my older artwork lately and trying to draw a little inspiration for the season. Anyway, I ran across this and thought I’d post it. I’ve always loved the classic monsters!

Forx Con Sketchbook doodlin’

Posted by Scotch on September 25th, 2014

I had some spare time while sitting around and visiting at Forx Con this last weekend so I decided to do some drawing in the sketchbook. Here’s what too-much-time-on-your-hands will get you!


Some new Forum Funnies

Posted by Scotch on September 25th, 2014

Been keeping fairly busy between the radio station and the “Scotch Draws Today’s Headlines” strip. Here are a couple of my most recent offerings from The Forum.
Also, I had a great time hanging out at “ForxCon” this last weekend with my buddies, Joel “Mojo” Moen and Brad Thingvold.


Full Moon’s Trophy Heads is heads above the rest

Posted by Scotch on June 10th, 2014


I just finished watching the first three episodes of Charles Band’s new series, Trophy Heads, and I am elated. Full Moon Features has been entertaining me for decades with exactly the same type of film that our protagonist, Max, is obsessed with in this fun and creepy new web series from Full Moon Streaming. What a great surprise to see that so much thought and care went into creating this horrifying, episodic, treasure. The eerie setting coupled with the dysfunctional mother and son relationship, as well as the inside jokes and dark humor strike the perfect tone. I couldn’t have imagined anything better.

The story revolves around Max, who lives in his mother’s basement and is despondent that the glory days of vhs b-movies is fading, along with it’s beautiful starlets and scream queens. Max, aided by his snaggle-toothed mother, who would do anything for her baby boy, sets out to create an ongoing performance piece that involves kidnapping the likes of Brinke Stevens, Linnea Quigley, and Michelle Bauer. As the title suggests, heads do roll.

What I was pleased to see is that the countless cameos by the likes of Stuart Gordon, David DeCoteau, and other notables, not only serve as a humorous point of reference for fans of these genre films, but are genuinely entertaining and fun. I have nothing but good things to say about lead actors Adam Noble Roberts and Maria Olsen as well, who are both believable and menacing. Trophy Heads, produced and directed by Charles Band, really has it all. I can’t wait for it to come out on dvd so I can own it and sit in my basement and obsess over every frame of it!! I can only imagine what the next few episodes have in store as the first three left me with an appetite for more of the same. If episodic series like these are the future of Full Moon then I am absolutely on board. Check it out for yourself at Full Moon Streaming.