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Cubicle

by elektro
Glen has worked a nine-to-five office job for the last decade, and has hated every single second of it. What will happen when he finally breaks?

This is a mirror site for the webcomic Cubicle, created by Tony Kinnard and Alex Korbey, both creators of other webcomics (Negligence and Malefic, respectively).
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Glen has worked a nine-to-five office job for the last decade, and has hated every single second of it. What will happen when he finally breaks?

This is a mirror site for the webcomic Cubicle, created by Tony Kinnard and Alex Korbey, both creators of other webcomics (Negligence and Malefic, respectively).

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elektro
April 22nd, 2011
"And now, the end is near,
And so I face the final curtain.
My friends, I'll say it clear;
I'll state my case of which I'm certain."

Meanwhile, somewhere in the Philippines, someone died thanks to that previous paragraph.

But seriously, this is it. After almost two years in the making, Cubicle is complete. Thanks to everyone who commented on this comic. Most of all, special thanks go out to Genejoke for taking on the project and sticking with it to the end.

As for the final text boxes here, think of them as Glen's last thoughts just before he succumbs to the gunshots. Also, in a twisted way, Glen is right. How many people still talk about evil sons-of-bitches like Ed Gein, Jeffery Dahmer, and John Wayne Gacy to this day even though all of these people are long dead? In a sense, they're still alive because their horrible crimes still captivate people to this day, inspiring movies, television, and books. It's screwed up how the world works.
scribe_drizz
April 18th, 2011
Suicide by cop? Or a trick to get rid of her?
scribe_drizz
April 14th, 2011
Oh shi--!