Bicycle Boy - Guest Art #5 - Madam Utzsar
First World Problems
to be fair i too had a really great weekend and can completely empathize
King of Swords 7-65
How the Archer Crew Trained for Space
CCXXXI - The Wholesome Sword
Those Meddling Kids
beats me, man. beats me why most dudes have bad opinions. sure as hell ain't my scene
Nitrozac's Tesla logo painting
CCXXX - Mother Nature
CCXXIX - The Sell-Sword
The Butterfly Effect
CCXXVIII - The Bite Knight
A Tough Road Ahead
Bicycle Boy - Guest Art #4 - Umbrulla
special guest comic by Joshua of False Knees!
I'm a Loner, Dottie. A Rebel
The Satan Gene
The Invisible Hand of the Mawkish
140 - Canyon of Sassafras
CCXXVII - Sword-Killed To Death
Thanatos et al
i'm the object, gotta love me
Get While the Getting Is Good
goosie would like to have a word with you outside after class
Why Shakespeare was so prolific
The Tarred Goodbye
CCXXVI - Smartproof
From The Archives: Mother's Day Comics
King of Swords 7-62
Smart not Hard
A Tough Road Ahead
Bicycle Boy - Guest Art #3 - Necrogear
jack and the consciousness beanstalk
CCXXV - Gulp
They Looked Like Such Strong Hands…
if you disagree with the first sentence of panel one, please know that you are also disagreeing with the idea of OBJECTIVE TRUTH
If Only There Was Some Kind of Paper Trail
Pat on the Head
Time Makes Goths of Us All
How You Feel About How You Feel
JoT #2609: Wasn't the Internet supposed to make us all smarter?
Martin V. King
Try to Remember
CCXXIV - Starswung
Expulsion from Eden
Time Travel Amateur Hour
CCXXIII - Level 1 Adventurer
Bicycle Boy - Guest Art #2 - Niccillustrates
earlier this week i recited to Dave Kellett of Sheldon and Drive comics a large section of Poe's "The Raven" - but in narrative form, and as if it had happened to me personally only recently. i did this IMMEDIATELY AFTER HE REFERENCED THE POEM BY NAME and still got to the talking bird before he said "hey wait a minute". Anyway just thought I'd share
Allured by the Rings
some people stop at 5am, but not me, oh no, i go all the way till dawn's early light
CCXXII - The Infinity Cavern
Check Out This "World's Greatest Life Coach" Mug I Bought Myself
She Said Yes
Bicycle Boy - Guest Art #1 - Necrogear
Let's Keep It PG
Your Cooking Sucks
139 - Dodged an Air Bullet
Apex Legends - Guardianship
There's Something to be Said For Stability
Happy Earth Day Everyone!Hope you don’t mind me recycling remaking this old
The Personal Touché
King of Swords 6-57
Bicycle Boy - 6-69
138 - Rotten Apples and Rat Poison
JoT #2604: A disturbing parallel!
King of Swords 6-56
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