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I'm a musician and artist from southern California working towards my Bachelor's degree in Art at a local community college. I play DnD, ukulele, and mind games.
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Johan, between you and I, I'm pretty sure we RUN the god damn friend zone. We'd probably win the election if there was one.

Seriously though, don't sweat. Her loss.
Thanks, girls.
I'm glad you like it :) First time I've used the art program Johan uses, but I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who likes how it turned out :)
Parents sprung a four day beach trip on me shortly after I agreed to sub in for Johan while he did his camp thing. Good thing I brought my tablet, I suppose?
No lyrics on the comic about me?
That's the most disappointing thing that's happened to me all summer, guest. Your next comment better not let us down lol
Glad to be back, sweetheart.
More comics to come soon. Can't say I know you though. Let's change that, yeah? :)
And I'm back.
I'm also unemployed and out of school for the time being, so I'm going to make an effort to do some more comics. They probably won't be daily, but we'll see what happens.
Another late night.
They're bittersweet, just like many other things in life. In this case, it's another late night along with inspiration, who I haven't seen in a while.
That's basically
what I did on my last update. Only colored for emphasis. I might keep with it; I like how it turned out.
I always imagine this
when Denny yells at Johan in caps like that. -lion-yells-at-boy-lion.jpg
As with most of my comics,
this is based on an actual conversation with an awesome friend of mine.

Apologies for the belated update; it's been one hell of a week. I'll have some double updates now and then to make up for it or something. Thanks to those of you who are reading this.

Introducing Ben,
the sorcerer from our main DnD campaign, and DM on occasion. He's a badass guy, so he'll probably appear in future comics.

Second panel is Johan again; as stated earlier, you'll probably see him a lot. I contribute the fact that I started my webcomic to him doing so well keeping up with updating his own webcomic, "My Unwonderful Life." You guys should check it out.

If you don't get this, do what I did.
We interrupt your normally scheduled broadcasting
to bring you next week's episode. This week's episode will be on next week.

My normal process involves hand drawing my comics, scanning them, then editing them with my tablet in photoshop. However, today was busy, so I threw this together really quickly so I wouldn't get behind on updates. The next fixed-up hand drawn comic will be up tomorrow night sometime.
Believe it or not,
that line was completely original. I'm still not sure what to think of the fact that I came up with that, but I have to say that I'm somewhat proud of myself for never actually trying to use that as a serious pick-up line.
Thank you for the critique, everyone.
Your comments are very important to me and will be taken into account the next time I find myself drawing Suzi's rack.

Based on an actual conversation,
including the part where he was upside-down.
Ever since this happened,
I have been very wary of the contents of my grandfather's refrigerator.
Based on an actual conversation.
Jordan is an interesting one, and will appear in numerous more comics.

This is my belated tribute to an amazing musician from one of my all-time favorite bands who passed away late last year. RIP Jimmy.
Epic night.
Interesting morning.

Happy belated birthday, Nibbles, and be safe in the Service, Joe.
The sad thing
is that it's not even a retirement home; it's just a trailer park only for old people.
This is Johan.
You'll probably see him quite a bit in this comic.