1. Decent, but I could have pulled off those boxes in the
second panel better.
2. I changed Bobby's line in the last panel because it
pretty much went along these lines: "Well they used all the material for
the extra door so they couldn't make a driver side door." Awkward, I
know. Good thing I changed it.
1. The degree in the last panel it actually the name of a
preschool I went to.
2. I quite enjoy this one.
1. This worked for me once. No, that was a
lie. I'm a terrible liar.
2. I felt this one was a lazy joke, but hey, at least we
know Bobby is from Texas now.
1. My first "Sunday" comic. I really like
how I was able to tell the story with so few words, one of my favourites.
1. I cannot draw cars.
2. I need to write more Mart/Dylan strips. I like
their duo gimmick they have going on.
1. That was quite an unpredictable ending, and I wrote
2. That is supposed to be a bench in the last panel.
1. If any one strip justifies a story arc, this is it.
1. It that a trenchcoat? I'm not quite sure myself.
2. Marty and Dylan started this, they end this.
1. i really like how these illustrations turned
out. If i could draw like this every time, I would.
2. My dad didn't get that Peter is talking to me (the
cartoonist) in this strip, which is a bad sign. Other people probably
won't get it since they might not know my name.
1. I love bookstores. I could live there if I had
2. I think I perfected the walking pose with Peter in the
1. Lot's of strips I read occasionally have these types
of strips where a list of some sort of advice tips and the like come back as
recurring things. I like my template, and it is easy to write for, so I'll
keep this idea for sure.
2. That says "antiques", just in case you can't
read backwards (I can't).