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Anxiety, Sleep Problems and Depression 2

Do you remember 2005? That’s when I magically turned into a marmot and traveled back in time. However, I will always remember it as the year that I drew my second issue of Anxiety, Sleep Problems and Depression.

I had to play catch-up to my fellow Cute Girl Demographic partners, Jennifer and Brad. Those two are machines, and were cranking comics out left and right, while I was still riding the on the glory that was known as my first Anxiety, Sleep Problems and Depression.

The funny thing is, dear reader, I actually never had any attentions on using Rashy Rabbit again.  After all, if I had longevity in mind, I probably wouldn’t have named him “Rashy”.

Allow me to be frank here, this comic was a failure. It’s without a doubt, the worst in the series. I don’t think I had a clear vision of the story – and it shows.

It’s out of print, and like all Cute Girl Demographic comics, it will never be printed again.

It’s your life though, and I won’t stop you from reading it for free right f’in here.

In other words, I got a new flickr account.

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Ration Rabbit

You really never know what your audience is gonna react to and what they won’t.

I printed this as a back up in Anxiety Sleep Problems and Depression #2 and it seemed to go pretty much unnoticed.

Basically, this comic’s text was taken word for word from one of the many letters my Grandfather wrote to my Grandmother back home during WWII. Somehow,my Grandmother was oblivious to the kind of combat that Grandpa was seeing overseas. This was proven by him thanking her for the curtains(!?) she sent to him before storming Normandy.

At least she had the good sense to keep all the letters.

What else can I say? Oh yeah, the comic was beautifully inked by my pal Brad McGinty and all the details were  carefully researched from the pages of Sgt.Rock.

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America’s Stone Age Family

Here we have a mediocre comic by yours truly that was available here in a free downloadable comic book for free comic book day!(Free comic book day was five months ago, so I think it’s safe to assume you all already have it by now.)

I assure you, the other comics were better than mine.

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Super Secret Preview for Rashy Rabbit 5!

Shhh, Don’t tell anyone!

Showing you, my wonderful reader, my pencils makes me feel like I’m standing there in your room in my underwear.

Some eagle eyed viewers may have noticed that there isn’t any text.  Well, that’s because the dialogue is a super, super secret and I cannot even show you, my favorite reader. It’s such a secret that I haven’t written a word of it yet.

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Review of Rashy Rabbit

Hey gang!

My pal Shannon Smith just posted a really nice review of all my Rashy Rabbit comics thus far!

Needless to say, I’m really flattered.

click here to read Rashy Rabbit review

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Anxiety, Sleep Problems And Depression

Wow, I’m really diggin’ up the old chestnuts here!
What we have here are a few choice pages of Anxiety Sleep Problems & Depression. This is your hero Rashy Rabbit’s very first appearance. I think that the first panel was actually the first drawing of Rashy, ever. Huh,how about that.

Embarrassing as it may be, I must confess, this comic is actually autobiographical. It’s the most painfully real comic I’ve ever done, still to this date. I wrote the script (which, by the way, I don’t recommend, writing scripts for comics is always a bad idea) and it was a few years after this sad event took place to the time I drew this comic. Y’see, l had another relationship go sour and blah blah blah…

No, “Penny” and I never spoke again after that fateful fourth date.

Here’s an amusing fact about the real “Penny.”

Welp, she died last year in a drunken car wreck. I wasn’t at the least bit surprised to hear that’s the way she headed to the great hereafter.

God bless her slutty soul.

Click on the thumbnails for the full NSFW glory.