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Nuzzle

Nuzzle returns with his first 4-panel comic strip in a long time. There’s no reason for Nuzzle to ever straighten out his life as long as there’s laugh to be had. Nuzzle is probably my most consistently irresponsible character. It’s really bad that I make jokes about a heroin junkie – but in Underworld anything goes and Nuzzle will never go straight. Underworld is my TAZ: Temporary Autonomous Zone.

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Underworld Morning

Here’s a classic-style 4-panel Underworld strip starring Snuff and Creep Rat. A completely silly and magical situation that’s a little rude the way I like it. This would work great animated – hell, it could even be done live action. If Buster Keaton had worked blue, and I was gag writing for him, I would have pitched this.

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Kaz Bar

Here we return to one of my favorite types of comic strips. I save one-liners and bits and pieces that I’ve overheard at bars and on the streets and dump them in a bar situation. I get to have fun drawing different weird characters without the pressure of the set up and punch line comics format. I’ve already collected a bunch of one and two-liners for the next one.

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Last Man On Earth

  New Underworld strip! Last Man On Earth. It’s been the end of the world many times for Snuff and Creep Rat. I have to admit that I love drawing post-apocalypse landscapes. No only is Creep Rat the last man on Earth (well, last rat) he’s also haunted by a schoolyard taunt. Which goes to show that no matter how old we are, we still carry our childhood scars.

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Nuzzle

Nuzzle returns with his first 4-panel comic strip in a long time. There’s no reason for Nuzzle to ever straighten out his life as long as there’s laugh to be had. Nuzzle is probably my most consistently irresponsible character. It’s really bad that I make jokes about a heroin junkie – but in Underworld anything

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Underworld Morning

Here’s a classic-style 4-panel Underworld strip starring Snuff and Creep Rat. A completely silly and magical situation that’s a little rude the way I like it. This would work great animated – hell, it could even be done live action. If Buster Keaton had worked blue, and I was gag writing for him, I would

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