Yes! This is sort of a celebratory strip because tomorrow – December 1st – www.optipess.com has been online for 1, one, year! A blog post about this momentous occasion should be imminent, but for now check out the Optipess retrospective from a few weeks ago when I hit 100 comics. Oh, and I hope you [...]
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Here’s a new comic of silliness. I hope you like it. Just to give you fair warning: For next week I’ll probably be digging up some retro comics from 2007 for posting. Hopefully they’ll still hold up, but I guess we’ll have to wait and see how they fare! Newer stuff will follow shortly thereafter. [...]
Ah, no webcomic is complete without an obscure and convoluted movie reference strip. Also, I spent the longest time figuring out the name to use for the killer deer, with Devin, Dean and Buckley as other candidates before I eventually settled on Derek. Too bad this wasn’t a female deer so I couldn’t use the [...]
Did you laugh/smirk/chuckle at this? Get your votes in here to spread the word! Also, whoever’s following me on Twitter might’ve picked up on this the other day, but my entry “Versus” to the anniversary contest over at Journey to Mt Moriah did indeed get selected as one of the winners! Very cool, thanks a [...]
Here’s something a little bit different. It’s a comic I submitted to the recent 3 year anniversary contest over at Journey to Mt. Moriah, where the creator Scott would accept art submissions from his readers throughout the month of March. The only basic rule was that the submission had to be inspired by one of [...]
Ah, idyllic family life. While prepping this one for upload, I noticed some “hidden” stuff in the Photoshop file that I should be able to throw up in a blog post within the next couple days. Stay tuned. Also, reading about the New England Webcomics Weekend over the past few days made it sound extremely [...]
Another reminder: If you found this comic even remotely amusing, you can click ‘yes’ on this strip and a few other Optipess strips over at Is It Funny Today, which in turn probably exposes them to more people. Consequently, together we could potentially make enough people happy to ensure world peace! Clickyclicky!