If you like poorly drawn, moderately funny comics, you're in luck.
June 24, 2012
There is much to tell you guys this time around! First, we have a brand new Alison for you where she embarasses herself on the train! Haven't we all been there? Click here or scroll down!
Second, you'll notice that Grammar Girl has been made into archives. She's not dead, just being retooled into Grammar Girl 2.0. She's morphing onto a more palatable character, I think, in her new adventure "Origins". She's got all the same annoying powers, in a more pleasing package, and even a few new tricks up her sleeve!
Stay tuned! ... and as always, thanks for finding your way back to my ridiculous little website full of crappy comics.
Alison is an old character invented in the summer of 2001. Her friends look like my friends, we like the same music, and, since Alison started changing her clothes, we generally wear the same outfits.
A normal train ride with a fancy new phone and hijinks ensue!
It's all too real when Alison misses out on the fun...and takes her revenge!
He's a real dreamboat, as long as he keeps his shirt on.
It's a Bus Ride from hell! Yay!!...I mean Aghhh!!Alison Wonderland #3
Pepper's had it and it's curtains for Alison!Alison Wonderland #2
Imagine the most surreal, yet estimable, phone call on Earth.Alison Wonderland #1
She's Back! Today she's waking up to find the "weirdest" husband ever making coffee!The Alison Wonderland Archives!
From Fall 2001 until Spring 2002, Alison Wonderland was a regular strip in The Daily Kent Stater. I've picked out some of the better strips to include in this online suppliment for those of you who didn't know me back then, and/or like to read poorly drawn, moderately funny comics.
Goth Girl and the Beatnik Archives (click the title)
Goth Girl was loosely based on a real life goth girl named Sarah. Yes, she was that hot. The Beatnik was...well, she was The Beatnik. I made her up. Perhaps she is the one character I've invented that is not poached from my real life.
Grammar Girl 2.0
A reinvented superhero in her breand new adventure "Origins" is on it's way!
Grammar Girl Archives
Grammar Girl unwittingly fights crime while promoting her agenda of proper speech, usage, and conjugation! Exciting, right?
Yes. Grammar Guy we would all understand.
A new, kind of annoying, power emerges from our favorite superhero!Grammar Girl #2
See how/if the spider dies in this anticlimactic little adventure!Grammar Girl #1
Meet our hero as she kicks some ass and corrects some errors!
The Flaming C (click the title)
Conan is one of my favorite comedians who also has good taste in music. When he asked for depictions ofhis comic character, The Flaming C, I was happy to oblige. I'm not sure if my version is the crappiest, but here on TDC it's pretty goddamned good.