Go To Sleep, Monster!

“In which Anna and George struggle to put a household of monsters to sleep.”

The Cover of Go To Sleep, Monster!

The Terrible Two

“In which Miles Murphy and Niles Sparks become rival pranksters.”

Drawing of the Prank Lab board from The Terrible Two.

A List Apart

“In which I draw over 350 pen, ink and watercolor illustrations. And that was the easy part.”

Drawing of a shark surrounded by a school of fish, from A List Apart.

Count The Monkeys

“In Which The Monkeys Prove To Be Remarkably Hard To Count.”

Drawing of a happy, bouncy alligator.

The Superest

“In which illustrated heroes battle to the death, or at least to a really good punchline.”

Close up image of Figleif, the most prude of all superheroes.

Birthday Street

“In which the depths of human depravity are explored through comics”

A collage of different panels from the comic Birthday Street

Shark Kiss, Octopus Hug

“In Which A Shark and an Octopus Invade Everyone's Personal Space.”

Drawing of a shark and octopus feeding algae soup to stupid humans.

Lulu's Mysterious Mission

“In which Lulu the spoiled child becomes Lulu the spoiled spy.”

Drawing of Lulu's parents having an emotional breakdown.

Chicken Squad: The First Misadventure

“In which several small chickens resolve a squirrel-related mystery.”

Drawing of several chickens poking a dead squirrel.

Chicken Squad: The Case of the Weird Blue Chicken

“In Which Chicken Detectives Learn That Chickens Aren't Blue.”

Drawing of a blue jay convincing two chickens to join his cult.


“In which handsome King Duncan receives his well-earned comeuppance.”

Drawing of Duncan, the most handsome king in the world, sitting on his vandalized fountain.

The Trouble With Chickens

“In which a detective dog solves a mystery, and a dachshund is a jerk.”

Drawing of an evil dachshund wearing an Elizabethan collar.

The Legend of Diamond Lil

“In which a detective dog solves the mystery. Of love. And sneezing.”

Drawing of an evil dachshund and his chicken accomplice.

About Kevin

Kevin Cornell spends his days in Philadelphia, drawing made-up things. You know… like a “dog driving a bus”, or a “talking can of beets”. If you ever see a talking can of beets, tell Kevin. He's been trying to figure that one out for years.

He has illustrated several books, websites, and comics, and has been doing it for quite a long time now. There's a ton more of his drawings on his old site. And even more on his old old site.

If you have a book you want Kevin to illustrate, please get in touch with his agent, the distinguished Steve Malk. If you wish to contact Kevin because he's behind on his payments and you need to know where to send the next toe… hmmm… send that to his agent, too.