#229 – sweet n’ cuddly

December 5th, 2008

#229 – sweet n’ cuddly

Remember this guy? Of course you do! He was Will’s arch-rival in the Renaissance Faire story arc. What will this strange connection mean for our heroes? Almost definitely nothing at all, ever.

I am training it down to Williamsburg, Brooklyn tonight (Friday) for the Too Art For TV gallery opening reception. I’ve worked, lived and played with a number of the artists being showcased, and I can say confidently there’ll be a lot of talent and probably some booze to boot! You ought to come by and share in this great event if you’re in the area.


Discussion (7)¬

  1. Paul says:

    I don't know if you go back and read old comments, but the line "your family will always love you for the awful person they taught you to be" is really good. just thought you should know.

  2. Paul says:

    your response time to that was impressive. i almost feel guilty for waiting till i felt the need to reread the series. I am leaving in a few days and will be unable to access a computer regularly for about six months. I am really hoping to see your next chapter before i leave. Your comic does means a lot to me. Thank you.

    P.S. This comic also leads me to a world of questions i want to ask you. Specifically how what happens in this comic relates to your life. Thank you again. i hope your writing is going well.

  3. Rob says:

    As a displaced Long Islander who loved visiting the city back when I lived in NY, this comic is awesome. The first two panels are surreal to me because I always had the exact same thing happen and I was always going to Ronkonkoma station on the way home, it's like seeing a moment of my life in comic form. Also I love that last panel like a Chiropterologist who collects baseball memorabilia loves bats!

  4. kbk says:

    Oh my god, Penn Station. Good times.

  5. Anon says:

    Oh, God dammit it JUST occurred to me her name is Eve Ning