I’m dogsitting this week, but the chances of getting in the above situation are slim. Mostly because I’m a terrible knitter.
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This series of events certainly explain the weird taste of the water for the past few months. Also, I almost titled this strip “Use-Lass(ie)”, but decided against it due to the terrible pun. (I also decided against having a fourth panel where Lassie would be licking his/her privates.)
Commissioner Gordon shows his more playful side. He is unfortunately also known for occasionally mooning the bat signal. Edit: Also, here’s an alternate take on this comic. But be warned, it’s kinda NSFW (Not Safe For Work). Click here to check it out! Kinkier, yes. Funnier… maybe?
I had a lot of fun drawing this one, I hope you like it! This was my third attempt at making a strip in this engraved “woodcut” style, and I’m definitely the most pleased with this one. You can check out my previous attempts here and here.
Well then, here’s a new comic strip. I think this one might be a result of me playing Bioshock 2 for hours on end, even though I guess the only thing these two things have in common is… well, water.
Augh, another crazy “experimental” strip! But don’t worry, the next one will definitely be in a more familiar style. Speaking of which, there will unfortunately be no comic on Monday as I’m going out of town for the holidays — leaving me stuck on a train for most of the weekend. However, depending on when/if [...]
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 [...]
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. [...]