It’s pert near that time of year, so here’s something to put you in the holiday mood.
I try to tamp down perfectionist urges as they occur, but today’s strip just wasn’t working … so, in the dustbin it goes. That’s one of the nice things about making comics by and for yourself: editorial privilege is all yours.
So, tune in Monday for the continuing adventures of Tirzah and Maureen and Stouffer’s ambiguous cream chicken dinner.
Oh, in the meantime, enjoy some Nichols and May, circa the Quiz Show scandal era.
“This is a *moral* issue! And, to me, that’s always so much more interesting than a *real* issue.”
Hey folks, enjoy these Halloween-tinged comics. I realized recently that I haven’t done them in four years. And those old embarrassing strips are lost to the sands of time anyway. So … where was I going with this? Oh yes. Enjoy these Halloween-themed strips and may your Caramellos be plentiful.
I guess rain makes me prolific. Here’s an extra comic for the week.
Just to be clear, these are two separate strips drawn simultaneously. It’s not a “double strip”. I couldn’t remember how to post two strips on the same day, so I left them conjoined.
I’ve had the accounting department whip up the Q4 report for Inhuman Relations, LLC FY 2013 PDQ ASAP ETC, and our gross income so far is … 85 cents!
OK, it doesn’t sound all that impressive, but I like to think it’s 85 cents more than I would have had otherwise. And it all came from the Project Wonderful ads directly to your left.
So if you’re inclined, feel free to click the ads and boost my income by a few more cents. Who knows, you might even like what you click on.