Saturday, June 26, 2010

Pages 32 & 33

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Based on a true story. In grade 11 I was in a rather disorganized computing class just like this one, where the teacher hardly ever seemed to be around - giving a group of my fellow students a license to have loud, irritating and offensive conversations much like this. (Embarrassingly, it also gave ME a license to waste plenty of time online, mostly on Audiogalaxy and the Pitchforkmedia forums - aka "Pitchforkmedia Smackdown" or "PFMS" - that's what Jeremy's reading in the first panel. Ha ha. ha. I still came out with a 90-something in the class.) No one else in the class seemed to care about this. Maybe that says more about me and my inability to ignore static...

Anyhow, one day I made the mistake of telling these people to shut up, and then they began bullying me. For the remainder of the term I sat in the cornermost cubicle in the classroom, as Jeremy is doing here, just to hide from them.

I've opened up the comments field to anonymous users, which means any & all visitors to my blog can now comment! Try it out, won't you please? ;p

I'm also still trying to figure out how to install WordPress & its respective webcomic updater plugin to my website, but until then, I've added "next" & "previous" links to each blog post here, which should make the comic much easier to read. Enjoy!!


  1. hello! I saw your stuff at free range and loved it - really looking forward to reading through the comic, it looks fantastic!

  2. Hey! Found you through ArtSpots. You're a fantastic artist! I admire your skill.

  3. Also found you on ArtSpots. Awesome stuff.

  4. Comment. :D

    Nobody comments on the newer stuff. I need to go back to find where volume one lets off, and hop on for volume two.

  5. I seriously love this comic already i started reading it like half an hour ago and i love jeremy. hes hot. weird right?