In Class Comic #221: Whatever This Is


If I were reading this comic I would be wondering why the format and lettering of the comic keeps jumping around.  Well, the painful truth is that I do not make these strips in a linear fashion.  I started this story-line last semester.  During, those three month I drew about nine months of comics.  However, this semester Mary Anne’s story-line got quite a bit of attention so I finished that up (It just sort of dropped off originally).  Now I return to this story-line, which is, of course, quite long  so you can expect some additional flirting between formats before we return to a sense of normality in the design.

In Class Comic #220


Today we return to Rosa Maria and Anne Mary.  Yesterday’s comic concluded Mary Anne’s story-line…for now.  I know I left a lot of questions unanswered, but that was intentional, you’re going to have to read the comic and wait to discover the rest of the nefarious plot.

In Class Comic #219: The Man in the Shadows


Who could have seen that coming?!

I know, probably everyone.  I kind of telegraphed it in my last comic and it’s horribly cliche, but I felt I had to do this at least once.

You may have guessed who this character was, but I bet you won’t guess what historical figure he’s molded after.

Defenders of the Racing World #7: Iron, Stael, and Doom


And here’s another comic from my brother Robert.  Who captured our hero and what is his nefarious purpose?  Who is Doom and why is our hero calling him.  Who are Steel and Iron and what do they want? Join us next week as we answer some of these questions and raise a whole bunch more…I think, I don’t actually know.  I see these comics approximately 24 hours before you do.