Patreon

Patrons at the $10 level (and higher) will be able to access the 250+ NSFW comics I’ve been creating exclusively for Patreon. This includes:

  • Evil Inc After Dark — full-length comics  featuring some of your favorite characters
  • Uncensored Courting Distaster: All of the fun of Courting Disasterwith none of the restrictions!
  • NSFW commissions: Patrons get special pricing on commissions. You describe the scene, and I draw it.
  • Sketches, pin-ups, and much, much more!

 

My Patreon backers have been privy to a super spicy spectacle of exclusives — from Evil Inc After Dark to some caliente commissions (like the uncensored Courting Disaster cruelly cropped above). This week, it’s the continuation of this interlude that started in Evil Inc

 

PLUS… bonus cartoons, merchandise discounts, exclusive offers, and much more!

 My Philly Walk

So, my New Year’s resolution was to start every day with a 30-minute walk — which I did all last week. Here’s some photos from yesterday’s walk: The Blumenthal Bros Chocolate factory (est. 1911). Birthplace of Goobers (1925), Raisinets (1926), and Snocaps (1984). They also innovated the idea of movie candy — chocolates packed specifically for movie theaters.

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What I’m watching

The show-runner for Netflix’s new breakout comedy — “One Day At A Time,” has some deep webcomics roots. Gloria Calderon-Kellett is married to our own Dave Kellett — co-author of “How To Make Webcomics” and co-creator of the landmark “Stripped” comics documentary. So it’s kind of cool to watch for little Easter eggs like this one, passed along by webcartoonist Chris Hallbeck (Maximumble)…

…but I think Dylan Meconis (Bite Me!, Family Man, PvP) summed it up best in her Twitter feed:

Of course, Gloria’s writing is pitch-perfect. It’s got laugh-out-loud moments a-plenty. The acting is marvelous. And Rita Moreno is a national treasure. But it’s this un-romanticized look at a genuine American family that’s going to win you over. If you haven’t binged this one yet, you’re gonna thank me for the recommendation. It’s a beaut.