Comic for 01-31-05

Where writing dialogue for a comic is concerned, brevity is the source of frustration.

Catch it while you can.

Comic for 02-02-05

You know, as much as I’m looking forward to making comics starring humans again, and as silly as this storyline’s been, a little part of me is gonna miss the rabbits.

Sign me up.

Comic for 02-04-05

Well, that’s that.

…and it’s pretty flash.

When you care enough to send something just really neato to send the very best.

Comic for 02-07-05

Make new friends, but keep the old.

It’s not easy being grey.

Comic for 02-09-05

Man, now I have to come up with unique titles for the comics again.

Brave new world that has such webcomics in it!

Comic for 02-11-05

Me, I’m not all that fond of root beer.

There aren’t many, but they’re good.

All sorts of swell comics here. Including a 3-D one that I didn’t even bother attempting.

Comic for 02-14-05

I’m having a love/hate thing with that hat.

Viewing this online exhibit’s a little like taking a trip through my comic’s archives.

Comic for 02-16-05

It’s nice to finally break out of that three-panel rhythm.

Why isn’t more educational material done in comic form, anyhow?

Comic for 02-18-05

When in Rome..

I am suffused with love.

Here’s a cute look at the “infinite canvas” comic, courtesy of Comixpedia.

Comic for 02-21-05

After I completed today’s comic, I realized that I’d made a mistake in a couple of recent strips, which I’ve since corrected. Can you guess what it is?

Oh, Fontleach, I can tell that we are going to be friends.

Comic for 02-23-05

Choco Choco Crunch” is just fun to say. Try it.

Any bets on how long it takes before one of the strips uses action lines?

Comic for 02-25-05

Share and share alike.

I don’t know what it says about me that I found this so entertaining.

If you’d like to see the film that won the Oscar for best animated short, you can find it here (or here, for folks with slower connections). You might have to wait awhile, though; it looks like their server’s been, uh…Oscared?