Comic for 21 July 2014: Kipling does not solve all of his problems by being quick enough with a hammer, and is very concerned.
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'tis a comic! For you!

I usually change the characters' eyes if it looks as though they are breaking the fourth wall in the final version, but Hope's are just enough off to the side to leave it vague. I like vague.

See you on Thursday!

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Support the comic by reading the novels set in the same universe. Rachel Peng is an Agent working with the Washington D.C. police. Her job is to make sure Pat, Josh, and the rest of OACET succeed, no matter the cost.
Thursday's comic for you! That sunset looked great before I threw all those speech bubbles on it.

There are also shirts! I've gotten a lot of requests for old designs, or designs printed on different colors or types of shirts. I've been looking for a good print-on-demand shop to manage these requests for me, but a lot of those places put out products that are little better than cheap iron-on decals on tissue paper. Brad Guigar of Evil Inc. pointed me towards Inkster. I ordered one of Brad's shirts to check out the quality, and was quite impressed! So over the last few months, I've put together a bunch of different designs, both new and redrawn versions of old ones.

Here's one of the new designs.



See you on Monday!

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Support the comic by reading the novels set in the same universe. Rachel Peng is an Agent working with the Washington D.C. police. Her job is to make sure Pat, Josh, and the rest of OACET succeed, no matter the cost.
Bedtime for me, comic time for you! More on the new shirts for sale when I wake up tomorrow. This was a long weekend chasing a long week.

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Support the comic by reading the novels set in the same universe. Rachel Peng is an Agent working with the Washington D.C. police. Her job is to make sure Pat, Josh, and the rest of OACET succeed, no matter the cost.