Yet another rich, brilliant moment from our scintillating life. It’s for sale too, if you can believe that, at our Store. ****UPDATE, 5/31/13: It has come to our attention that some readers are interpreting the bearded gentleman in the last panel of this comic strip — the one impatiently & ostentatiously sighing in frustration over
(click bigger) Good news: Our book Weather is finally officially for sale at the store! And we got more Monsters for sale as well! ALSO: in a few days we’re going to start a new section of the Playhouse to put original art from Monsters & Welcome to The Dahlhouse on the auction block. If
Click to make them bigger. We er, SOMEONE WE KNOW drew these for the WFMU website, we’re pretty sure they’re up there now? It’s been a while. Anyway, enjoy. They’ll be for sale in the store. Police activity referenced in the strip, for those who are curious: panel 4: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/01/29/she-dialed-911-the-cop-who-came-to-help-raped-her.html http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/exdetective-ryan-colemanfarrow-jailed-for-sabotaging-rape-cases-8231412.html http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2011/05/rape_cop_reactions_moreno_mata_nypd.php & etc… google
Yep, the credit union is always a brimming font of inspiration. Click for bigger: We are selling the pair of these together at the store.
In a moment of poor impulse control & because, really, not much else was going on that day, we decided to participate in Hourly Comic Day this year. Technically it goes into 2/2/13 but who’s counting. [REDACTED]
It really happened! Sort of. Mostly. OK the sled was actually lime green. And she went down second. And the floor at the urgent-care center was actually a browner, slightly less-shiny fake wood. Not pictured: two broken lumbar vertebrae & a busted disc. Stay in school kids PS: as usual, this thing’s for sale.
It’s available at the store, as usual.
just another day in the diaspora
(click it bigger) Upon a recent evening we accompanied a homeowning neighbor down to Ye Olde Local Bureaucracy, to (non-)participate in some Democracy (and skew a vote on Section-8 housing) (which never happened). It was about what you’d expect — a nice reminder of why we no longer dungeon-crawl the supercilious kabuki farce of municipal
Here’s more watercolor diary comics about our exciting life. If you can keep your fingers from spasmodically quivering from the adrenaline, you can click over to the store to buy the original (which, as usual, looks better than this scanned pixel-town crap). (We also put another comic up there too.)
Another attempt to circumvent the vampire system of banking ursury runs up against the wall of bureaucracy. This watercolor is, of course, for sale.
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.