Monthly Archives: May 2012

Rejected Onesies

This has got to be my most offensive baby-related comic yet.

And you should see the ideas I didn’t draw.


Historical Hiphop Figures Expound Upon Rap Clichés

I have no idea if this week’s comic is confusing or funny or crappy or genius. There’s something there, but I’m not sure what it is. I think it was one of those things that started off as one idea and then turned into something else and kept spiraling into weirder territory until by the end I looked at it and was like, “Uh… I guess it’s done.”

But it’s not about babies, so at least there’s that.

P.S. If you actually do enjoy the comic, I would like to add that I am not trying to be a hip-hop hater. I’m not saying ALL rap is about the same lame topics, just most of it. And you can say that about pretty much every genre regarding one element or another. That’s why I don’t like 95% of music in any genre, but reallllly love that other 5%.

Repulsive Children

I did a lot of nice baby comics recently so here’s one about how disgusting they can be. Yeah, that’s right, I did it. I said it. It’s true. Now all you baby haters can be happy when you read my comic and use it as justification for your continued baby hating.

American Dad

This week’s comic pretty much says it all. Some nations give women a year off of work, fully supported financially. Here, women are lucky if they get a week or two. And men, forget about it. Of course I know I have a nice life and nice job, and I’m living better than most people do. But we’re not talking about something that’s going to make or break your life or something that’s worth quitting your job over. We’re talking about a quality of life issue that shows what we value most in this country. And clearly it’s corporate profits.

*Edit: Compare the US to other countries around the world. It’s really embarrassing.