It would force you to re-examine your life in ways that would make your shrink blush. In 2004, that's exactly what David Heatley did, and called it "My Sexual History." And what else to follow that up with than "Black History," which chronicles every African-American he ever encountered, whether it was Lennie from daycare or the artist's impression of Michael Jackson's "Thriller." So make no mistake ó David Heatley is anything but withholding. Quite the opposite. But the great surprise is that he's not playing for shock effect, either. He's just trying to tell you what happened as succinctly and colorfully as he can.
My Brain is Hanging Upside Down, its title taken from a Ramones lyric, marks the start of a brilliant cartooning career.