A Comic — CHILD: (happily speaking crude images of fruits) PARENT: YES, CHILD CHILD: (defiantly) SNOT PARENT: (sternly) child. PARENT: (slaps censor bar on child’s speech) CHILD: (defeatedly tried to speak but speech is now covered in censor bar) PARENT: (thinks, revealing parent’s thoughts are censored) CHILD: (frantically tries to warn parent of approaching monster, but child’s speech remains censored).
Canvassing for the Rights of Canvassers
A Comic — CANVASSER: (knocking) *konk onk knok onk knk* CONTACT: (opens door) Konk onk knonk onk knk? CANVASSER: I’m Leo. CONTACT: I’m Steve CANVASSER: How are you? CONTACT: I’m good. CANVASSER: Today I am canvassing. I am canvassing for the rights of canvassers. I am collecting signachers n letters n a fundraiser to meet a goal. Capeesh Caposh, Oshkosh B’gosh. B’gosh B’gosh. B’gosh B’gosh. CONTACT: Kpeesh Kpash, Oshkosh Bagash. Bagash Bagash [etc.]
New Comics are coming!
Hi, friends. Over the last few months I have made a lot of comics. Until now they do not exist anywhere online. Today I am going to start uploading them. These comics cover a range of topics, including ones inspired by my time canvassing last summer, yucca plants, and becoming an adult. I have many, many drawings that I plan to upload as collections too. Check my Medium page to see more comics and art! I plan also to make a home for my comics on Facebook, under the name Catsitr Comics.
Universities Need Research Funding and the Government Needs an Overwhelming Intelligence Advantage
A few months ago, I had an interview for a job assisting in a research project on my campus. A professor at SU information sciences school had received part of an 11.5 …
cat sitr r begin!!
cat sitr r begin!! Here’s the first comic I ever made about the cat sitr, a character I invented in drawings of cats I’d do in high school. I was going to submit this to VIA Animation Workshop’s monthly comics zine, Cyclops, which is run by my good friend Erlend Sandøy. But wfhen I sent it, Erlend pointed out I had completely neglected to follow that issue’s theme. I really like how this accidentally-made comic turned out, and I want you to see it too.