(Author’sNote): Nine out of ten doctors recommend doing your homework on time. The other one doctor is a hack. Illustrator’sNote:) What about the: “11th Doctor?”
(Author’sNote): It’s ok. Liz has her concealed carry permit. (Illustrator’s Note): Thought I’d give Liz some black leggings to make her look less 1950’s and more contemporary.
(Author’s Note): I think he should have phoned a friend WAIT HE DOESN’T HAVE ANY THAT’S THE JOKE. (Illustrator’s Note): I would have picked “Squawk”.
In this strip, Frankie cools down a potentially heated argument. Certainly, only positive ramifications will ensue due to this intervention.
(Author’s Note): Winter is coming… (Illustrator’s Note): I feel like Frankie should be the one with a water droplet next to his head.
(Author’s Note): You know, I don’t really care for this comic. (Illustrator’s Note): Ah great, now people are gonna be asking me to draw Liz turning into a Rocket Launcher.
(Author’s Note): If at first you don’t succeed, pay someone else to do it. It’s the true American way.
(Author’s Note): In this strip, Liz is made party to the sad truth of Karma’s sweet lie.
(Author’s Note): I feel like this joke is canned. I’ll be here all week. (Illustrator’s Note): That’s right kids, it’s Earth Week. That means for the next six months you get to listen to Liz ramble about inconvenient truths.
(Author’s Note): …inadvertently given secrets to a supervillain. (Illustrator’s Note): Every time I lower the saturation in one of these flashback panels, it’s like watching a Frank Miller movie.