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December 21, 2015
My logo was created by theodoreboyer.com in exchange for some website work I did for him. He was educated as an artist in Switzerland and New York.
December 14, 2015
New comic up in response to the hype of the upcoming Star Wars movie release this Friday. #359
November 26, 2015
Happy Thanksgiving visitors! Dcomics is under new management. The new team was considering removing a few short stories and comics that were deemed offensive, but the short stories are marked accordingly so were kept online.
September 29, 2015
I wanted to make a small comment on the AshleyMadison thing. Most of the heat about the issue has died down. The media isn't covering the story and no one was really ever caught in the entire scandal as far as the hackers who did it. They claimed they were Robin Hooders, only in it for helping out the little guy and no personal motivation whatsoever. They wanted to expose the unfaithful cheaters on the website who were being dishonest spouses. Yet, at the same time they were breaking the law and refused to reveal their identities.
September 22, 2015
I've added a comic about candidate Trump for 2016. I'm writing a couple short stories as well that I'll post when I'm happy with them.
September 08, 2015
I was cruising on the beach recently and saw a comic book artist selling his work so talked to him about publishing. He wasn't doing the same type of genre as me, more of the well-drawn action comics. Anyways, I sent him a copy of my book just for an opinion of the work.
August 03, 2015
I uploaded a new comic today about conspiracies. #357
July 22, 2015
It was my 30th birthday recently and since I took many computer and math courses I had a very creative birthday cake where I displayed my age in hexadecimal (1E) instead of base-10 number format.
July 03, 2015
I've posted a long due comic, that has been in my queue forever, but I haven't published because of laziness. However, it's so appropriate because it mentions the independence of the United States very soon to the anniversary of Independence Day. 236 years of freedom. Ha! American Somoa and Puerto Rico aren't celebrating American freedom. Nonetheless, a great chance for BBQ and fireworks.
May 09, 2015
The other day I was reading an article that talks about various pseudonyms used throughout the centuries. It seems like people would be less likely to use aliases in the past since communication was a lot slower hundreds of years ago. Nowadays press can be released via twitter, facebook, or just online rather than by post-mail. Yet, there was no freedom of speech and freedom of the press immediately after the printing press was invented. I post things more controversial than say Mark Twain or Voltaire, but quite a bit less controversial than a lot of people today. While I won't ever be jailed in the Bastille, governments can't really prevent every terrorist attack like Charlie Hebdo since small groups of people around 2 or 3 are so hard to trace. Gives me something to reflect on. Perhaps I should have started with a pseudonym.