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I'm a rolling stone, gathering no moss... because moss is sticky and smelly and gross.
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    JR Gervais
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Unless I can make arrangements with someone, we might be missing the next couple of days because I'll be on a business trip.
I was going to tell a pizza joke, but it was too cheesy.
Today's comic was adapted from a Middle Age Riot IG post (@middleageriot).
The Fourth Wall. It shan't be broken.
You would think I would be tired of drawing stars this summer...
Yeah, I've always been a suspicious conspiracy nut.
I've wanted to add this disgusting boil to the cast of reoccurring characters for a long time.
Everybody have a good weekend. I've decided to have a relaxing weekend at home since no one invited me to do anything.
My brain said "let's get a healthy salad," but my stomach autocorrected it to "let's get ice cream!"
I posted this two hours before it updates. Hopefully, there won't be another shooting somewhere before then.
Sorry for the super late update.
The past, present and future walked into a bar. It was tense.
And that's it for this story line. I hope you enjoyed reading it as much as I had making it. Follow your dreams! Shoot for the Moon! Even if you miss, you'll die horribly in the void of space and won't have to live with your failure.
@TeamBuneary: Oooh, good one!
This will be a personal plan on my part.
@robert platt bell: Thanks for reading Robert. Hopefully, I won't disappoint you like I did my 5th grade math teacher.
Storyline is almost over.
Today's comic was adapted from an Instagram post by Middle Age Riot.
I've wanted to do this comic for ten years!

Sorry, this webcomic isn't making a comeback. But I did want to do this particular comic. Around ten years ago, when James Cameron's "Avatar" became the highest grossing movie of all time, I came up with an idea for when it would be kicked off that perch. Y'see, I wasn't really a big fan of Cameron at the time. I thought someone would make a movie, and knock "Avatar" off the top spot in no time.

Nearly ten years later...

Congrats to Marvel for making a movie that not only became the highest grossing picture, but was also a great film.

A tip of the hat to James Cameron, too. Not only did he make a couple of movies that were the top of the charts for so long ("Titanic" was in the number two spot for a real long time, too), but he'll probably regain the top spot again with another re-release of his giant Smurfs movie.

And congrats to Disney, who owns both franchises. It's a win-win for the Mouse House.
I'm never prepared for coming back from the San Diego Comic-Con. Sorry I wasn't able to update photos from the Con, but I'll see if I can put together something from everything my friends took. Also, I'll have an extra surprise I've been waiting nearly ten years to do and I'm excited I'm finally able to share it. So stay tune. Oh, and maybe Toad and Mr Tinkle may get off the moon... maybe.