Sorry to disappear for a while again there, but readers of these comics have probably known I’m prone to do that. It’s actually a deliberate strategy to keep up my crazy artist mystique. That, or laziness.
The reason for this latest absence, though, is that I’ve been drawing almost nonstop to complete new strips for my upcoming print collection published by Northwest Press . I’ve done a huge number of strips and drawings that currently aren’t on the website yet, and so I’m gonna start posting a bunch of those in something resembling a regular Monday/ Wednesday/ Friday schedule, so since I already have all these comics and things ready to go, expect a whole lot of upcoming updates in the next few months. Some of these comics are really beautiful and I’m really proud of them, and I’ve probably been drawing more over the last few months than ever before in my life.
Of course, the comics took longer than I hoped, but actually I think I was still working pretty damn fast. It’s just that there were a lot of things I wanted to do. The book is going to include the Boy From Santa Cruz storyline, Marching to “The City,” a handful of other previously posted strips from the last year or so, and then a good chunk of the rest of it is all things that I’ve drawn over the last few months. So, a ton of good stuff. This strip I’m posting right now is the last for the moment in the storyline about my rabbit being in love with Patrick Wolf, and then on Monday I’ll start posting more new things, and see how long I can stick to that Monday/ Wednesday/ Friday schedule.
The joking of the previous two comics aside for a second, I actually do like Patrick Wolf’s songs and I meant this one to be a sincere comment on part of why I like him as an artist. The super crazy hot part about him doesn’t hurt either, though.
The second in the series about my rabbit being in love with Patrick Wolf. This was just a lot of fun to draw. I picked my favorite looks of his from different periods, and just drew him as cute as possible. By the standards of what I consider cute, anyway.
This is gonna be the first in a brief series about my rabbit being in love with Patrick Wolf. There are a lot of reasons for this, and those reasons will hopefully become apparent as the story goes on and this all ties together. It’s gonna be a parallel to some of what’s gonna happen with Rickets and Prester, among other things, but in the meantime I just thought this comic on its own is kind of an amusing rundown of celebrity guys I’ve been into. I’m really not even sure why the rabbit would call Taylor Lautner a slut since I don’t really know anything about Taylor Lautner’s personal life, but it kind of struck me as amusing too, so there it is.
In the next couple of days I’m going to be posting a blog about the release party for my upcoming book and some events I’ll be participating in in the near future, so check back. And I’m gonna be sticking to the planned posting schedule for a while still, so next new comic will be posted on Monday :)
This is the first comic in a brief series that explains how I met the bunny boy that’s on the cover of my book, and some of why I drew him. We started talking online around a year ago and, actually still do talk quite a bit. Dunno if I’ll ever meet him, what with him living in the UK and all, but he’s smart, funny, fun to talk to, and also incredibly cute and into the sub side of the sadomasochistic spectrum, so basically he’s a walking wet dream. Of course, he still thinks he’s fat and awkward and gets all self conscious about sending me pictures, even though some cartoonist from across the world has thought he’s cute enough to draw four times and I even put him on the cover of my book, that somehow can’t beat it into his head that he’s attractive.