Today is 16 years since I started posting silly comics and to celebrate I thought I’d do it in the style of the early ones, which was all I can throw together in a half hour. Thank you for reading.
Tag Archives: germs
How to prevent Coronavirus
Dr. John Watson knew how to fight Coronavirus. Be like Dr. Watson. (I know, you were expecting a comic, but I made this GIF a long time ago after seeing Dr. Watson throw down against some germs in Sherlock Holmes and the Case Of The Silk Stocking, and never was there a better time toContinue reading “How to prevent Coronavirus”
Picked Up Some Groceries.
Well, I got a comic done. How is everyone? Do you now want eclairs too? I’m sorry.
The Day Began Normally Enough, Part 14
Tomorrow is 14 years since this weird little comic began. Let us all raise a germy peanut butter in celebration! (Unless you have allergies, and then I AM SO SORRY. It’s this year, man, I swear.)
The Hole Truth
Germs on the peanut butter seem insignificant on a nice sunny day with friends when there’s a hole forming somewhere. (It’s okay, the hole’s filled in now. Also it’s been 13 years since I started this comic! Whoo!)
I’m a monster.
The Bread Is Made Of Germs.
What have we become? Well, going by the very first comic, a hell of a lot better-drawn! But those were just as fun to make, and the fact that I’ve continued to do this for 12 years proves many things, but I’ll just stick to fun and leave it at that.
The Day Began Normally Enough
This is the first intentionally drawn commentary on my life. As you might be able to make out, I’m freaked out by people that lift the lids of step-on garbage cans with their hands, then handle food, but I’m fine with cats bathing on the table in front of me. Stealth Ninjas are very cleanContinue reading “The Day Began Normally Enough”