Here's hoping everyone got a chance to go out and vote yesterday. At least now I can get back to having commercials where used car salesmen yell at me instead of politicians.
And if anyone can help me decipher the difference between those two camps, I'd like to know.
Not much else to say here today. I'm enjoying the current arc if only because I get to draw myself wearing a Spider-Man mask. I used to draw Spider-Man a lot when I was younger. I think there's a whole box of pictures somewhere in my parents basement full of my Spidey drawings.
Zach over at No Pants Tuesday says I'm missing out on some good stories in the Spider-verse right now. I wouldn't know. I haven't read comics in over half a decade. I don't think I can start again now. That stuff is like crack and I can't afford it. At least not while I'm nursing this heroin habit.
Speaking of No Pants Tuesday, it might be fun for you to check out their new web cam page. Yours truly was invited to slap his ugly mug up there to scare the children.
Right now the page seems to be a web-comic creator only affair. In addition to Zach's pic, you'll find Carrington from Movie Punks, Aric from Fish Strips and Amber from Go Eat A Spamwich. I'm sure there will be more to come.
Anyway, if you've ever wondered what I looked like, now's your chance to get a good laugh. I used to be really phobic about letting people online know what I looked like. Anymore, I've come to realize just how awesome and supportive the online comics community is. I see no reason to hide like some stuck-up techno artist when I already use my real name in my dealings with the public. My true form should be no different.
I guess you can say I've grown to trust you. Awww...
Knock it off, Tom!
You'll feel the tingle of my foot up your ass if you don't cut it out!
Here. Wear this!
I've gotta get you to safety, Mary-Jane! The Green Goblin could strike any minute!
Is that mask cutting off your oxygen supply?