Money Blah Blah

Took this week off.

Here’s an old school comic from when the inspiration material was working in a calling center.

Apparently, I took the week off back then, too.078-blah-blah-blah-money-end


Major Life Admonition

066 - Major Life Admonition

Yup! I’m quitting my job. It’s one of those “Stay the well paying, somewhat stable course or risk it in potentially choppy waters” sort of things. Is that a thing? I don’t know, it was freaking me out, though.

Anyway. The new gig has many upsides, including the amount of time it will let me devote to my creative exploits! So the quality of Life in a Black Hole may increase. It probably won’t, but you never know.

Oh, and pro tip? When you ask your friends for stupid things you’ve done to use as creative material, be specific. Otherwise they will text you for days on shit like the time that you accidentally colored their apartment orange or inadvertently destroyed their rare book or encouraged their alcoholism…the list goes on and on.

The beer is cold smoke. Listen to more Thunderscore.

Corporate Funding

This is a very, very, very old comic that I made when I was still going to the University of Montana.

It’s funny to find that it’s somehow more relevant now. Funny, but sad as hell.

054 - Corporate Funding

I’m not sure if you can see the M in the original pencil work, but it says Microsoft.

Also, the earlier versions of the main characters of Life in a Black Hole are on full display. I’ve technically been making this comic for a long time now.

Lying is cheaper, Facebook

This is a bit of a cop out comic.

In the sense that this is the actual flyer that I’m going to be putting up around town, indeed like I’m advertising a band or trying to find a lost pet or befoul the good name of a former lover.

Joking. I’d never do that. I’m not in a band.

So I guess I’m taking this comic more seriously now?

053 - Lying is cheaper, facebook