Creep Rat, Dimensions

Creep Rat Dimensions
This is not a new Underworld comic. For some reason this comic didn’t load the first time so it’s been posted here now for you to enjoy. This strip is my sad reflection on making cartoons as a commercial business. And how often artistic integrity is rewarded by a small cult following or obscurity. An obscurity that turns out to be admired not only by true fans — but also by the commercially successful.

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Little Wuss

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