The Onion AV Club included Sick in a bag of comics they reviewed. Scroll down to the bottom, past the Harry Potter stuff. There’s already hundreds of comments on the post, but it’s all people yelling at each other over whether a gay Dumbledore is canon. I really picked the wrong niche. If you’re interested
Just a little note here on ye olde Personal Blogge that i was recently recorded in conversation with Sean Ford for Inkstuds: http://www.inkstuds.org/gabby-schulz-interviewed-by-sean-ford/ It was quite an honor to be granted this brief sliver of attention in an otherwise deliberately apathetic culture/job market! I’m sure everything we said was incredibly insightful and uplifting, but since
You know you’re fucking up your brand when you need to make an “i’m not dead” post on your little website — but here i am. Sick is officially out, and i am still trying to figure out how much postage will be to mail it to people both domestic and abroad. It is just
Since this is my Personal Website, it’s my duty to bore everyone by clogging your bandwidth with self-promotional posts like this one. Dear anyone scrolling slow enough to care: i am presently en route to the Toronto Comic Arts Festival, where i will be trapped all weekend, peddling my little song of self-hate, my juvenile
For better or worse, pessimism without compromise lacks public appeal. In all, the few who have gone to the pains of arguing for a sullen appraisal of life might as well never have been born. As history confirms, people will change their minds about almost anything, from which god they worship to how they style
Thanks for your patience; Sick (the book) is finally done*: It’s available to retail outlets for preorder from Consortium here — please let your local bookstore know if you’d like to read it. I haven’t seen a copy IRL myself yet, but i have seen a grainy phone picture that… pretty much proves it exists?
Presenting: a milestone in our macrofungalphilia! Click to make it bigger. This watercolored page is available for sale at our store. It costs a bit more than our usual page-rate. Besides it being twice the size of our usual output, this is because quite honestly, we’re in love with this page, and don’t want to
After years of pestering from fans, the comic that once burned Gabby’s Playhouse to the ground is back!* Sort of. Tentatively. The first six parts, anyway: This banner linking to “Sick” is now prominently displayed right at the top of the dilapidated trophy case of our “webcomics” page, if you ever need a quick pick-me-down.
Click on it to make it bigger. The original is available over in the store. We don’t know if it’s SADs or what — maybe so, if that stands for Sucking At Drawing — or maybe D.R.E.A.M. (Depression Rules Everything Around Me). But it’s been a pretty grim couple of weeks over at the Playhouse.
This in our inbox yesterday, from reader “Saga Silkesmo” ([email protected]): You know, if that “privilege” is such a horrible, oppressive thing to live with, I’d be more than happy to beat the living daylights out of you if it makes you feel better. I’d be more than happy to make fun of you, to stare