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kidcthulhu
Author, artist, musician (sorta), and collector of too many things to list here.

For what it's worth, I've been referred to as Kid Cthulhu since about 1996, both online and offline. Yeah, I was the weird kid who read Lovecraft in the back of the class in between drawing comic pages.

Warning: my SmackJeeves avatar changes on whims.
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    "Kid Cthulhu" Fortney
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@nerfherder: You're as skeptical as Chelsea is in panel 3.

I don't recall seeing you handle before. Welcome to the party and thanks for commenting.
What an amazing tale! I just binged this whole comic in a single sitting after stumbling on it. I'll have to check out your other comics now ^_^
@Jenny: Well, yeah. That's why you never say (or EVEN think) "at least things can't get any worse".
That is some excellent body language you've drawn there, Nina.
Huzzah! Welcome back, Fallopes! It's so great to see progress on this comic ^_^
@ERA: Between all the stories of aliens and Figments and mermaid boobs and alternate-reality versions of Buck, I do occasionally touch on real issues.
@Jenny: Considering Cold Front hates Hero Man and the fact she's a lesbian, that scenario is rather unlikely.

But what makes you so sure she's the focus of the arc, hmm? ^_~
Part five of "Going Straight".

Lex is referencing the events in the "Best Served Cold" arc. In fact, this arc is sort of a belated follow up to this one.

On Monday, there's more super-villain hijinks. Saturday I'll be in D.C. for Shamrock Fest ^_^ Have a good weekend, everyone!
Part four of "Going Straight".

What's this? He knows who she is and he's impressed? Curiouser and curiouser.
Part three of "Going Straight".

Never under any circumstances utter any variant of "At least it can't get any worse". Because it always does. Always.

That last panel makes me cringe. It's so hard to do scenes without penciling them first. This was the best I could get for doing the whole "accidentally bump into someone and spill a drink on them" given the tools I currently have at my disposal these days.
Part two of "Going Straight".

This is the harsh reality of trying to go legit after a career in super-villainy.

I just want to say I'm quite pleased with how the last panel came out.
Here it is, the start of a new arc featuring everyone's favorite villains. Wonder which villain in particular this arc will focus on?

Oh, Muffin Master is referencing this page:

http://tangentville.smackjeeves.com/comics/2661312/trouble-in-paradise/

Part one of "Going Straight".
It reminds me of when I dabbled in storyboarding. I wanted to do comics with those aesthetics in mind (back when I wanted to do "serious" comics).
Well it was a nice, relaxing Friday...

http://tangentville.smackjeeves.com/news-archive/posts/163690/solidarity-with-n ew-zealand/
Trust me, I know all about the difficulties of having to come up with designs for "normal" human characters.
@skyangel: You're welcome ^_^
@ERA: You'd really think Ava would have expected something like this.
@Arlo Radillas: You'd think Ava would have learned from the "Alert The Media" arc. Teri's crafty ^_^
@ERA: A for effort.
Ooh! Ooh! Love the set up here. Can't wait to see more.