The Church of the Guiding Star has found it’s Pastor. Or Priest. Reverend? Dr. Reverend? Add your suggestions to the comments, please.
Oh, and his name is Gideon. Gideon Eustace Ruche-Mountebank. The III.
The first appearance of The Germ. We argued over the hand puppets. Q turned out to be right. Not just right, but very right. Every time The Germ appears in our comic we get to tell a second story with the puppets, which we both enjoy immensely.
This comic might also be the first example where we got the humor beats absolutely perfect. The only thing we’d change if we did this one again is update the format so you could see it more clearly without having to click on it.
Tempest in a Teardrop is currently on hiatus and will resume our normal M-W-F publishing schedule starting April 11!
We get asked to do many oddball things as internet cartoonists. For example, the Frank Herbert Middle School of Kennewick, Washington asked our cast of Chorfs to be judges for the Easter Egg contest held in Mrs. Richardson’s sixth-grade class.
You won’t find “successful” comic strips like Dilbert or Sheldon asked to weigh in on this kind of stuff. They’ve moved up the ladder and get to be judges at beauty pageants and whiskey competitions. Someday, we hope to follow in their footsteps. Continue reading