I hope you’re all enjoying the many comics I post on this page, there’s good news I’ve started a patreon page. I am posting more comics there for people to view. Plus you can finally support me as a creator. There are two tiers right now a $1 tip jar and a $3 extra comics tier. I will be giving exclusive new comics to both tiers, but the $3 tier will have more content. Go check it out, I already have two comics up, one for free and one for all tiers. Thanks, Michael.
When we first moved to Bloomington I didn’t have mush going on (I drew this a month before I landed my UPS job). I discovered we somehow had cable hooked up. We weren’t paying for it but we had it. It slowly disappeared, like stations just stopped being available to watch till we had zero stations. It was like the cable company was slowly cutting us off.
why is it anytime you go to a new bathroom there’s a learning curve on the shower. showers are a very basic thing, but half the time i look at it and cannot figure it out. it’s so annoying. then after you do figure it out it’s like why is it like that? why does every shower have to have some random quirk. why?
The other day I was going through old sketch books trying to organize them and separate all the journal comics I’ve drawn. While going through them I discovered in one of my ed the business warrior sketch books a few short journal comics I wrote. I was looking at them and realized that they were drawn before I started lost guns volume 2 and after I stop lost guns volume 1. It was a weird period in my life when I was pretty much working working exclusively on fictional characters and not documenting my own life. For the first time here, I present the forgotten tales of 2010. I was living in Indiana and married almost a year. A little peak into my early married years without kids.