Enter Emily Evil. Don’t blink. She might steal your soul.
Granny remembers when the world was in sepia tone. (Illustrator’s Note) So Granny speaks in old serif font and Emily speaks in all green. I wonder why Captain stupendous doesn’t speak in Comic Sans.
(Author’s Note:) But at least he saved 15% on car insurance by switching carriers. (Illustrator’s Note:) My only regret is having used “Hobo” font in this comic.
(Author’s Note:) The department of redundancy called, they said keep up the good work. The department of redundancy called, they said keep up the good work. On another note, this strip marks the beginning of the new art and writing. Basically, Super Skooled has been a work in progress for some time. Taylor and I… Continue reading 30-Foreshadowing
(Author’s Note:) You never know what’s coming around the corner. Sometimes it’s a life changing event, and sometimes it’s a teenage supervillain being chased by the incarnation of evil. (Illustrator’s Note:) …and I wanna thank my author for encouraging me to draw more detailed backgrounds…and my Wacom cintiq 12 WX for making it possible… *holds… Continue reading 31-Corner Pocket
(Author’sNote): What do you think the rocky road flavor has in it? (Illustrator’s Note): Unique looking as Emily’s word bubbles are, I wonder what happens when she speaks with her mouth full.
(Author’sNote): Peter Piper picked a Peck of Pickled Hair. (Illustrator’s Note): This is probably the weirdest thing I’ve ever had to draw. Anyone else reminded of “Bride of Frankenstein” here?
(Author’s Note): Did you know that “gullible” is a made up word that isn’t in the dictionary? Look it up. I’ll wait.
(Author’s Note): So, we basically envisioned the Lunch Lady as a kinda witch/evil Mary Poppins. Hence the umbrella. (Illustrator’s Note): Guess it’s time for the green hair again.
(Author’s Note): oops