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Sun, October 1, 2017 Dropped the ball on that one, eh?

Hello, comic fans and, more likely, passive viewers.

Sorry for the sudden stop in new comics.

Another wave of depression deadened my motivation to do much of anything in recent weeks/months, but a recent burst of positive vibes has reinvigorated me. We'll see how long this lasts.

Rather than the "every Tuesday and Thursday" schedule I was striving toward, I'm going to just post comics as I draw them  until such time as I gain a greater consistency in life... If that's even possible.

Thankfully, I have a list of ideas I've come up with during the past several weeks to work off of so I'll chip away at those.

Hope everything's going well on your end, whoever you are.

Mon, May 29, 2017 Good to go until June 22

I just uploaded enough comics to keep this thing automatically updating every Tuesday and Thursday to June 22.

That's the last of my collection of strips, which means I'll have to start drawing up some of these ideas floating around in my head, again.

It's funny (only, not)...  Now that I'm  hopelessly alone and have loads of spare time on my hands, I'm accomplishing significantly less during my non-work time than I used to. I feel like that book lover in The Twilight Zone who breaks his glasses. Fuck you, depression!

I really thought I'd have a novel done by this point in my life... Maybe I should finally begin working on it... Kurt Vonnegut's first novel, Player Piano, was published when he was 30. I'm 31 in about six months, so that goal's unlikely.... Mind you, his first great novel, The Sirens of Titan, was published when he was about 37. Maybe I can recallibrate my goals to that age... His masterpiece, Slaughterhouse-Five, was published when he was about 47, but at that point I'm kind of pushing it a bit too far down the line. It's unlikely my first effort is a masterpiece. Vonnegut had to bat some foul balls, first... Hemingway was publishing in his 20s, but fuck that guy, right? Inhuman. My favourite of his, A Farewell To Arms, was published when he was about 30, though... Hunter Thompson's Hell's Angels was published when he was about 30...  Farley Mowat's People of the Deer was published when he was about 31...

- long, sustained sigh -

Goddammit. I'm behind.

I've had thousands of newspaper stories published during the past 10 years or so... That should account for something (?).

Anyway. More silly comics to come.

Thu, May 25, 2017 Getting Real!

Alright! Six comics in, and things are getting real. The title of this comic is beginning to find legitimacy.

This sucker's going to begin taking some wildly erratic directions in the coming weeks; all genuine expressions of where I'm at.

By the way, I'm on Twitter: @TylerClarkeMB, if you're interested. I mostly just post about Canadian news with a Manitoban focus, though.

Wed, May 10, 2017 Welcome to my webcomic!

Hello, readers! Welcome to my brand new webcomic, Comics to Worry my Loved Ones. It'll be a look into the inner workings of my occasionally twisted mind.

I started drawing this series last year and will release a new comic every Tuesday and Thursday. I've already produced enough to provide myself with enough wiggle room to keep up with the twice-weekly schedule into the long term, hopefully.

This isn't my first webcomic, with my previous series, Riverheights, extending through my high school and university days. Now that I'm 30, this new series should be quite a bit different. My personal life's ebbs and flows from positive to its present dumpster fire status should make this comic an interesting read. I also draw inspiration from my decade-long career as a newspaper reporter.