The scanner goofed up the borders, but here ya go. Enjoy!
Looks like Lord Tenebris is here to stay.
I hope this gives you some idea of what a saint my husband is. He continues to be willing to adventure with me! It’s mind-boggling!
This is in no way autobiographical. Nope. Not at all. *coughs*
You know how in all horror movies involving teenagers, they don’t have guardians? It’s always like a pack of teenagers just getting mowed down left and right, and the parents and the teachers and the neighbors either A) don’t notice or B) don’t believe or C) don’t function. It’s like all adults in the horror movie universe have the IQ of an eggplant.
Yeah. That trope. Urg.
This comic was A PAIN. Not because it’s in and of itself particularly difficult. (Although there were a few rather annoying technofails setting me back, and I finally just gave up on those purple dialog bubbles.) But just because this whole month has been a pain. (Thank goodness it’s nearly over. I could use a couple fewer commitments in my life right now.)
The first day late with the post, I was like, ‘It’s okay, I’ll just put it up late.’ And the second day, I was like, ‘Ah, geez, I should do some kind of apology bonus. Like a funny extra panel!’ And the third day, I was like, ‘Man, this is really late, I should color it or something.’ And the fourth day, I was like, ‘Maaaaybe I should just concentrate on posting it at all.’
By the end of the whole affair, I was about as annoyed as Nurse Linda. But I did manage a lame bonus doodle. Nurse Linda is so over this.
She keeps telling the principle to seal off the crypts. But nooobody listens to the nurse.
Whew! Four years, guys! Thanks for sticking it out with me!
In celebration, I made you a nifty coloring sheet. (Apologies in advance for the wonky dimensions. I never think about these things when I start a project, augh.) I plan to color this and print it out as a poster for hubby’s classroom, (The original is hugenormous.) so you’ll probably see a color version up eventually. In the meantime, feel free to print it out, color it, stick it on your bathroom mirror, but respect the copyright, man.
Happy blogiversary! Wahoo!