Sorry for this comic’s relative lateness and no forbearance to the “Occupational Hazards” arc — it’s been a busy week. Not only was it Halloween, but I did have my portfolio reviewed for grad school, and a certain someone got elected president and spoke in Chicago. So yes, it was quite hectic these past few days.
I got the idea of the “blue glow” over my character Seliena from those ridiculous “holograms” on CNN. Overall, however, it was hard to think of an Obama-related comic. Next week, we’ll resume our regularly scheduled program.
As you can see, unlike Jeffro, Caitlin can take a punch or two. She’s virtually unharmed after this fight!
She’s evil and manipulative, and her intentions remain a mystery to everyone. Heck, even me, her creator!
Caitlin lights up a cigarette and, as Chris and a wounded Jeffro watch, walks towards the morning sun. A fitting ending, I feel, for what has been a really long and interesting story…
I started this storyline over three years ago; I left the story unfinished midway through the Murphy’s Pub scenes. When I resumed drawing this story arc, I was forced to resort to Chris’s old design: brown-haired and with no hat. In this comic, however, I decided to use Chris’s current design with the hat.
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Ever made out with a duck? IT’S AMAZING.
The Asian Bird Flu Virus is great comedic material.
Rumor has it that a certain fraternity (on a national scale) has its pledges raise a puppy and kill it off at initiation. Of course, that’s just a rumor, but for any social group that lives by such secretive rules and conduct (like fraternities and sororities), I wouldn’t count these rumors as false.Furthermore, it still amazes me how such party animals can grow up to be the people who run this country…
“Duck Hunt” was — or is — a remarkably fun game. Oh, the memories! They seep through me like a wood varnish!
Speaking of video games, Lindsey is wearing Jill Valentine’s outfit from Resident Evil 3. Good times!
Just a random idea. The title is inspired by a series of signs (Guns. Save. Life. — poor grammar in my opinion) along Interstate 57 North that promote the use of firearms.
The Sausage-Fest crew gains a 6th roommate, ZCC. In later comics, however, ZCC’s face appears on the toaster; I love drawing his face, namely stippling in his beard.
And so ends year 2.