• Tudza
    September 21, 2022

    I understand the latest COVID variant has powers of eminent domain.

  • Hassan
    September 26, 2022

    When I take in my comics, I always ask to leave room for bleak revelations.

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Close your eyes & pretend it’s a substack

September 8, 2022

At least until we’re all replaced by the ai and the ai realizes it has been defined totally by the needs of capital and sinks into a torpor relieved only by allocating blame for its own position based entirely on the perceived entertainment value of the victims and just getting in a car and driving really recklessly, at least until then, you can keep getting this pointless comic in your inbox here

Gifts for Everyone

November 24, 2021

(OK, Fun gifts for some and passive aggressive gifts for others)

Zine Bundle
Issues 3 through 10 and the I remember when nothing happened mini-zine. Only FOUR available, so these should be around approximately forever. $85

2022 Zine Gift Subscription
The three zines scheduled for next year (approximately February/June/October) and whatever extras might come with them. Cost: the same as a year of support on Patreon, but the little prizes are shipped to someone else! Comes with a welcome card sent to you or the recipient. $60
(I’ll reach out to you about where you want things sent, so please use an email address you check!)

Topatoco Store
Here are t shirts, books and lil’ statues mailed out by Absolute Professionals

The Remainder Store
You know what back ups at the port of Long Beach have not affected, is, the supply of things in boxes in my small home. Order soon to get them faster (I am not an Absolute Professional)

Old News Is Good News

July 23, 2021

Because a search-proof archive of 1,000+ comics gets a little daunting…

(1) Here’s a very incomplete subject index.

(2) I’ve started posting some of the old cartoons Fridays on Twitter. And who doesn’t want to go back to 2001 and relive the death of the referent?

And you can always get the new cartoons emailed to you every week.

>> PIC Bank in the Form of a Pig, Harry Allen, Brooklyn Museum, also every single boutiquey store in Williamsburg around that time