Well, when I was 5 years old, my family moved from Cleveland to Los Angeles, driving on Route 66 (when it still existed) via Albuquerque. Over 40 years later, I finally left the L.A. area and went up the coast to a nice little place a few miles from Pismo Beach. So you might say it took me longer to get here than Bugs, and maybe as long as Old Ralphie here…
Looks like your new schedule made all of us April’s fools.
Not intentionally. I’m desperately trying to find work so I don’t get evicted. Trying to get an update done for Sunday.
Don’t pressure yourself, Steve. I know that putting food in the plate is more important now.
BTW Feed that dog! It’s only skin and bones! 😉
I just ordered Vol. 7 of Old School Melonpool. I hope it helps a little. Believe me, I can relate all too keenly to your financial woes, and they’re much the same reason that my own comic’s update schedule has faltered. A year and a half ago, I had to move in with family, losing my apartment of 12 years. Best of luck. We’re all pulling for you.
Any wo9rd on the job search?
I just started working again today. I have a long road back to being financially stable, but at least I’m bringing in income enough to stay in my apartment. My plan is to get the strip going again this weekend. I have a couple of Sundays written but haven;t really had the time or resources to draw them up (Bristol Board and ink costs money, unfortunately).
Great news! And just in time For May the 4th and National Cartoonist’s Day. Congratulitons x 3!
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Here’s a comic from 1996 that played homage to the “Patty Duke Show.” RIP Anna.