Amber frequently posts “sounds like my husband” under the DH-centric comics I do. And I always remember her because she has the most unbelievably shiny hair in the world. I think it might secretly be unicorn hair.
She was supposed to be August’s fan interviewee, but with the computer death, I got a little behind. Oh well. September it is.
Bridget is one of the most inspiring teens I have ever encountered. Her mother first discovered my work because of my Bridget over troubled Waters comic. She said there were a lot of similarities between her Bridget and mine. But my Bridget is fictional, and the Bridget you’re about to meet is 100% real.
I like doing guest star comics. I started doing it mostly as a publicity idea to get more exposure, but I just really like it. I like how people react when they see themselves drawn. And how happy they are to see a funny bit from their life turned into a comic. I like how people feel famous-for-a-day when other people see the comics starring them. Continue reading
I’ve never had good hair. Scratch that— Almost never. There were a few years, during my neon-platinum-blonde phase where I looked good in accordance with “metal-chick” standards.
But for most of my life I’ve just had bad hair. It’s a boring color naturally. What they call, “Dishwater Brown”.
Occasionally I do illustrated blog posts in addition to my comics. Some of them are about specific comic strips— like this one, and some of them (see: Mothothers) are not.
What is a mothother?
Besides being a word I just invented?
It’s a mother of others, who behaves in a motherly way towards you even though she is not your mother.