August 24, 2016

“A one-track mind”


Even goat can’t see Watusi? I guess his condition is serious!

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August 17, 2016

“Truth be told…”

strip379I kinda regret giving away the mystery of Moore Castle like that … looks like it could have been a fun story!

August 10, 2016

“Oh, bother!”

strip378(* and if you don’t feel like digging out your Watusi back issues, you can find that scene here, too)

August 3, 2016

“The ghost dogs of Wonder Valley”

strip377Ghost or not, Watusi (the talking one) has a rough road ahead if he’s going to return to corporeality. Hopefully Watusi (the Victorian one) is up to the challenge!

July 27, 2016

“Wake up, ghost”


Okay, it looks like Watusi didn’t just pull a Tom Sawyer! He’s back, all right … just not all the way back!

More (obviously) to come…

July 20, 2016

“Going their separate ways”


Wait, is that who it looks like?!? Really? Well, it’s about time!!!

It’s kinda hard to tell from here, but does Watusi look a little… different? I guess we’ll find out next episode…

In the mean time, I’ve got some other Watusi news that I’m pretty excited to share– get the details here.


July 13, 2016

“Now you know”


Boy, I sure hope Watusi somehow returns soon … because if not, this would be the perfect way to end this strip, wouldn’t it?

A special thanks to Mike Sullivan for rounding out my batch of guest cameos with his Infinity Five members! They can be hard to catch in action, but the best place might be in Virtual Infinity Comics Presents #1 … or in “There’s Something Happening in Crawford, Kansas”— soon to be remastered for release on Patreon. Thanks, Mike!

July 6, 2016

“The hard truth”


Well, yeah, Watusi had his bad points, but come on! Let’s hope Emmet has something better to say about Watusi in the next episode!

Another batch of guest stars made the trip to my comic for Watusi’s memorial: special thanks to Matt Levin (best known for his Walking Man rubber stamp comics; Matt was also a Dime Bag Comics contributor), Drew Boynton (creator of fun Doggie & Jilly comics; Drew was also in APA-5 with me), and Matt Feazell (creator of the Amazing Cynicalman, among other stick figure masterpieces) for classing up this episode! If you’re not already familiar with their work, there’s no time like the present…

June 29, 2016

Wait, is TODAY Wednesday?!?

oops062916It’s with a fair amount of regret that I have to admit I’m going to miss today’s deadline. It’s the first time since I started this strip over seven years ago that I’m not able to give you a new Watusi comic for your Wednesday, and I hope it won’t discourage you from returning for more comics next week. It’s not going to discourage me from continuing to share Watusi’s adventures, especially with what I have in store in the weeks to come!

I’ve been cutting things closer to the wire than I like lately, and now I’m paying the price for it. A sudden, unexpected occurrence has kept me out of the studio for the last few days, and, with any luck, that particular deadline buster won’t happen to me again!

June 22, 2016

“It ALL happened”


Hopefully Emmett can come up with something nicer to say about Watusi than Irene thinks he will! This episode is eerily bringing the strip full circle: not only is Watusi’s first major supporting character from this webcomic making a return, but there’s also a snippet from my very first Watusi comic, from way back in the year 2000!

A special thanks to Brian and Skywalker Payne, who made the trip to Wonder Valley all the way from Alaska! Brian writes and draws Zinc Comics, and Skywalker writes and tells stories at Skywalker Storyteller Works. Also on hand is Kel Crum‘s Cornelia Dodson. Thanks for taking part in this memorial service for Watusi– more guests on tap next time!


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