Changes

I've decided it's time to move my comics to a page dedicated to comic-y good times.  I have the new domain and everything!  However, I am still shopping for a new layout engine.  Between page building and a sudden influx of new work I am officially leasing a condo in Crazytown.

For now I will keep posting TV comics (and other comics) on this page, but at a slightly slower pace.  Thank you Cuthulu for the mid-season hiatus!

Speaking of comics, here's one.  It's about my cousin Kevin who is a world-traveling flight attendant.  Judging from his photos Kevin has visited corner of the Earth and enjoyed a frosty drink at each destination.

It is because of Kevin that when I fly I make it a rule to always please and thank you the crew.  I imagine that if I ever sassed Kevin on one of his flights I would get a complementary slap to the face with my free drink.   Kevin introduced me to this hilarious page about the Trials and Tribulations of a Regional Stewardess.

Two things you should know before reading this comic:

  1. Kevin would never slap a customer, though Jebus knows he's been tested.
  2. It's Kevin's birthday this week.    HAPPY BIRTHDAY KEVIN!!

Dr. Joanna

Years ago I made a series of comics interviewing friends and family asking how they would like to die given the option.  

I'm gearing up to revisit the series and assuage my mounting guilt about leaving a task unfinished.  Until then I am posting the original comics with a "Where Are They Now?" update.  Thankfully none of the participants have passed away in the intervening years, because that would be spooky and terrible!  Also, all subjects of my comics are not allowed to die unless extremely aged and surrounded by *loving relations or perhaps nubile concubines.

*Bedside attendants are subject to the individual's personal preference, no judgement.  

Dr. Joanna has spent the intervening years between her comic and this moment being fantastic.  She achieved tenure like a boss.  She has been asked to present papers in fancy places around the globe, like England, for the Queen I presume.  She also married an excellent Star Trek fan who is both a snappy dancer and a partner in his law firm.  They lost their dog Zeus and that is so very sad because he was a mountain of good dog.