Posts Tagged ‘kids’
Adorable! I would totally adopt one of these things, but I’m not entirely sure they’d be allowed in my apartment building. Edit, March 18: Work & life stuff got the better of me, so no new comic today. New comics will appear next week, and all through Easter!
I did a lot of research for this comic, I mean, – phew! – A LOT of research. Huge thanks goes to my friend for lending me a toy I desperately needed for reference! Oh, also, this comic is loosely a continuation of this comic and this other comic from five years ago.
This comic is kinda based on a true story. Except it wasn’t a spelling bee and instead a soccer match in the first grade. Despite me asking for help from higher powers we ended up losing 10-0 over a 20 minute game. Edit December 18, 2015: No new comic today, but my Christmas vacation is [...]
Insert “boned” pun here. Also, tomorrow is my birthday! Want to give me a perfect gift? Tell a friend about the comic! (Or, if you have zero friends, consider supporting the comic on Patreon.)
Aw, here is another adorable animal comic! (Note: To make this comic adorable, make sure to stop reading after the third panel.) Edit March 20th: I’m taking a breather for today’s update. New comics will appear next week!
I could never get a tattoo as I’d be way, way too nervous. I could handle the pain just fine (Bring it! I’ve had my fair share of horrific visits to the dentist), instead my downfall would be my intense anxiety for spelling mistakes.
Here is a comic strip! It arrives even though Manga Studio crashed on me and I lost 45 minutes of work. Every cartoonists’ dream! I also lost my entire screen capture of this comic, so it’s not going up on Patreon, unfortunately. Oh hey, speaking of Patreon – go here to support me anyway.
Voilà! Here is a magical comic strip i just pulled out from behind your ear. Some news: I will be taking some sort of summer vacation over the next couple weeks, so no new comics until the week of August 11 (I think). However, I will be sure to post something in the meantime, but [...]