It’s March Mostly-Off! I've picked another personal favorite comic of mine from the archives and have remastered it here in all its high-definition* glory.
*may not actually be high definitiion
Anyways! Here’s Castor the Friendly Ghost!
I’m so easily amused.
It’s March and I’m still supposedly “off”, but tomorrow is the IDES OF MARCH, and I can’t let that pass without comment. Celebrate (?) the Ides with a quick dry-erase re-telling of Julius Caesar!
This video (and many others like it) was drawn for my super-awesome $10 supporters on Patreon. Thanks to ALL my Patreon supporters, from $1 to $10, for making it easier for me to work full-time on Good Tickle Brain. I appreciate all of you so much.
It’s March! And I’m still technically “off”, but not off enough to not redraw one of my favorite old comics: Lady M’s Relationship Advice!
This is probably one of my favorite early comics. I’m not sure exactly why, but I suspect it’s the annoyed/resigned look on the stagehand. He’s seen this before.
Hi! It’s still March and I’m still taking the month off! Why? Because keeping up with the endless conveyor belt of new Good Tickle Brain content is super-fun, but it also takes a lot of time and keeps me from working on various importer longer-term projects. This is usually what happens when I find some free time:
….but this month I’m going to be WAY MORE DISCIPLINED. I PROMISE.
This comic was drawn for my marvelous $5-and-up Patreon supporters, whose generosity helps me to keep doing what I’m doing.
I’m taking March off to work on some projects, but there’s still stuff going on here! I’ve gone and digitally re-drawn some of my favorite early comics, starting with Lobster Shakespeare!
Tune in during the rest of March for some more remastered comics, plus some previously Patreon-exclusive comics and videos!
OK, let’s put A Midsummer Night’s Dream to bed. If you haven’t been paying attention for the last couple of months, here’s what you missed:
And that’s that!
I’m taking next week off to re-group, and then will be taking ALL of March off to work on some very important projects that I’ve kept putting off. But fear not! I will be posting highlights from my archives and from Patreon here to keep you at least marginally entertained during my fallow period. Thanks for understanding!
OK! Time to add up all the deaths and marriages that took place during A Midsummer Night’s Dream and determine if it’s a comedy or a tragedy!
OK, those “deaths” totally don’t count, so this is definitely a comedy.
Tune in on THursday when we wrap this play up for good!