Aww, here is a comic strip with adorable babies! Oh wait… Also, there’s FREE shipping over at my Society6 store again! Buying stuff will directly pay the electricity bill required to power my Cintiq.
Posts Tagged ‘someone dies’
I’m not picking sides in this conflict just yet, either side will probably destroy us all at some point anyway. (But don’t worry, the Internet is gonna distract us with cat pictures until then.) Update January 17th: I’ve been having sort of a busy week, so Optipess is taking today off to charge the batteries. [...]
Happy Friday 13th! Also! Right now I’m running an awesome prints giveaway on my Facebook page. Go here for a chance to win a Cthulhu print of your choice! Entries are accepted until Wednesday 8pm CET next week.
One would think it’d be a rollercoaster ride, but apparently not. Either way, please don’t chicken out and be sure to stick it out to the end. For all you know, it might be worth it. (Probably not, though.)
Hey, here’s another oldie from 2007 that was held back from posting here – this one was probably too sad and depressing, if there is such a thing. Also, in equally sad and depressing news, I’ve been knocked out by some flu bug, AGAIN, so I can’t promise a new comic next week after all. [...]
Hey guys! I’m back from my vacation but currently occupied with some other projects, so here’s an older (2007) retro comic I found on my hard drive. I thought I had more of these, but it turns out they were mostly just offensive, bad — or offensively bad. And this one is probably not an [...]
Fun trivia: It was the fourth time this contest had been held — and the first time that any contestants actually survived. Also, there’s a new print up for purchase in the shop: http://society6.com/optipess?promo=f5c71b
I guess this comic should’ve been sponsored by Bic. If you work for Bic, please send me some money. But actually, speaking of brands, I went with “Wite-Out” for the last panel, but “Tipp-Ex” is the most used one in Europe. Also I remember from my school days that the word “Blanco” was synonymous with correction [...]