“Splash pad splashdown!”

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All you need to know: readers wanted to see Watusi splash around in the water with the neighborhood kids!

You can read the rest of this episode of my current interactive* Watusi comic, exclusive for my newsletter subscribers, in my May newsletter (and subscribe to it, if so inclined) …

(* it’s not called “Give the people what they want” for nothing– readers get to vote on the direction the story goes next!)

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“The breaking point?”

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Poor Kirby! Fortunately, a solution to his clingy dog dilemma may be on the horizon…

Say, have you ever thought to yourself “Gee, I sure like the comics that Dale posts online. I wish there was some way I could throw a few bucks into a tip jar for him!”? If so, a solution is at hand! I’ve launched a page at Patreon that will help fund this strip and my other comic endeavors. I even have some rewards to entice you to join me in this adventure; see for yourself here. Thanks; I hope you’ll consider my work worth patronizing.

[January 2023 UPDATE: I’ve closed my Patreon page.]

“The dream of Mitchell”

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… although maybe “nightmare” is more appropriate …

A big thank you to everyone who stopped and chatted with me during last weekend’s Memphis Comic Expo (check out these great photos from the con by my table neighbor Brandt Hardin)! If your first taste of Watusi has encouraged you to check out more, welcome! Feel free to browse the archives– a lot has happened since the “Emerald Serpent” storyline!

“It ALL happened”

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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!

“Caught up to speed”

strip290Looks like there’s a tough conversation on the horizon; hopefully Watusi can bring more tact to this one than he has to every other confrontation in this storyline!

As Thanksgiving rolls around again, I want to wish a happy Thanksgiving to all my readers– I know this storyline is taking a longer time to reach a conclusion than I’d initially planned for it, but I’m honestly thankful for the time you take to check in on Watusi’s adventures every week. I hope it brings you each a dose of enjoyment!