Friday, March 7, 2014
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Hey Internet, it’s my birthday! And you know what that means—a new page of Habeaky! Where I take pages of Craig Thompson’s Habibi, copy the backgrounds to the extent of my ability, and replace all the people and angst with stupid chickens.
Sorry this year’s page is a little simpler than last year’s; I hurt my wrist working on a real project and to hold back a little, haha!
As always, apologies to Craig Thompson.
It’s like Chicken Christmas whenever it’s Mia’s birthday. It’s so perfect.
Sunday, March 2, 2014
Friday, February 28, 2014
Thursday, February 27, 2014
City of Cards C5.28 is up. This is what happens when your HR department doubles as your crisis center.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
I was going to add a joke dialog but thought better of it.
Page 50 is up! It’s my comic’s 50th anniversary, y’all! Sort of! Maybe!
Congrats Josh! Fifty is an awesome milestone!
Thursday, February 20, 2014
Charity Shouldn’t Have To Be The Only Option For Comic Creators In Need Of Medical Care
By Matt D. Wilson
If you weren’t aware of it before the past few weeks, even a passing interest in the recent Internet comics community likely informed you of the medical-expense-related plight a high-profile pair of comic book creators have been experiencing . First, there was Stan Sakai, the creator of Usagi Yojimbo, in dire straits because of an extended hospital stay for his wife, Sharon. Then there’s Bill Mantlo, the co-creator of Rocket Raccoon, who was severely injured in a skating accident 22 years ago and has required full-time care ever since. (He’s been under care for two decades, but Rocket’s appearance in the forthcoming Guardians of the Galaxy movie has brought him back into the public eye.)
Both of these men have had to turn to donations from fans and colleagues to help with their considerable expenses, and those people have made admirable efforts to help these creative artists whose work has brightened their lives. Generosity is a good thing. But it shouldn’t have to be this way.