January 25, 2017
Watusi’s not one to think about the future, it seems…
I want to thank the wonderful Tom Cherry for all his help with this run of “daily” strips. When I decided I wanted to try this little experiment, I knew I’d need help paring down my verbose writing style, and Tom certainly has that gift, as seen in “Those Funky Idiots” and his other comics. If you are enjoying this run of strips more than usual, you have Tom to thank; if not, it’s likely because I should have heeded his advice better!
January 18, 2017
That may be the last time anyone throws a party for Watusi! Or at least buys a cake for one…
July 20, 2016
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
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
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 22, 2016
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!
June 8, 2016
More familiar faces– and moments of levity, believe it or not– to come…
April 1, 2014
Things are about to get serious for someone in Watusi’s supporting cast!
January 1, 2013
Join me next week as the journey begins!
September 28, 2011
Hey, they couldn’t not stop by Emmett’s house, could they!
And I did manage to get my I-Con recap posted (it’s at www.smearysoapboxpress.com; photos on Watusi’s Facebook page)