|Residence||Tucson, Arizona, USA|
|Profession or hobby||Furry artist, furry writer|
He later put out a comic called Big Funnies printed by Radio Comix and the Karno's Klassics comics series. He's been heavily involved in various fanzines over the years, including Rowrbrazzle, Huzzah, and Barr Wars., and his art can also be found in MU Press's WILD! anthology.
As well as the mystic Mink, his better-known creations include the gun-wielding vigilante Savage Squirrel, the rat freedom fighter Herman Orca (who appears in the Open Season series), and Two-Ton Tina, a vivacious and curvaceous elephant lady.
As of 2021, his ongoing comics include the adventures of Savage Squirrel, The Mink, and Happy Jack (an Iron Man-type character wearing a powered suit); the sex comedy Here There Be Dragons; as well as the superheroic Komos & Goldie (a collaboration with Joe Strike).
Karno is easily recognized at conventions by his stature (Karno is 6 foot, 9 inches [2.06 meters] tall), which is why he draws himself as a giraffe.
|Title||Year released||Year produced||Company||Genre||Theme||Job/Role||Notes|
|Flags of Our Fathers||December 20, 2006||?||DreamWorks SKG, Warner Bros. Pictures, Amblin Entertainment||Feature film||War||Actor, extra||Karno played a US Marine storming the beaches of Iwo Jima. The shooting took part in Karno's native Iceland, as its low profile, volcanic black sand beaches resemble those of Iwo Jima, Japan.|
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