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Sunday, November 29, 2009

Page 78



Ah, 78 pages, and time for Hiatus once again. I've really enjoyed this story arch, which has finally come to an end, and we are ready to move in a new direction, story wise. 
However, my life is also due to make a dramatic change, and I am to become a father as of January, so webcomics may be slow in returning. Needles to say, check back in April for updates. Remember that this comic is about the transition (erm) ation from boyhood to man hood, and what journey is not complete without fathering children!?
I would like to thank my mates, who inspired many of these stories, first and foremostely Tama Weavers, whom happens to be turning 21 right . . . NOW! May your youthful idiocies live on in Reave.
I would also like to thank Callum Liddell, who is to join me in the exciting world of being a father (we're not gay . . . and how would that work?) Callum moved away at the end of our senior year (much like that chris character . . .) and now resides in Australia with his fiancee.
Callum Lidmilla, whom we called Chilli (because Callum L was still confusing when there are TWO CALLUM L's!), my thanks to you also. Your ability to be a dick at the most inappropriate times will not be forgotten, you dick :)
A HUGE(!) thank you to Mia Langen, my fiancee and mother of my unborn child, for putting up with my moodys I threw when the hands of my drawings came out weird.
And one last big thank you to anyone who has taken the time to read my comics. I enjoyed making them, and would like to think that I made someone out there smile. Your support is appreciated.
See you next year!

Monday, November 23, 2009

Page 77


Things have changed alot since page 12! 

Last night I found out that there is in fact a more terrible (than ever before) movie about Troy than Wolfgang Peterson's version. I'm still getting shudders :(

Monday, November 16, 2009

Monday, November 9, 2009

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Page 74



It may be obvious that I wrote this one last year? If you look closely at the whiteboard next to Traceys head, you will notice a cartoon of a boy vomiting next to a lady with a stroller. That boy is the real Chilli, from real life who vomited on the way back from real Paihia after a weekend that inspired this story arch.
I was going to make a comic of the incident, which was terribly funny, but have run out of time. I like that it's there though :)