a webcomic

CIRCLE VERSUS SQUARE. WOW. It had a good run there. I'm proud of this work. I realized a few weeks ago that it even informs my latest project "GoatVsFish." It's a live performance. I'M A COMEDIAN NOW! I like to say "comedic performance artist." Anyway, how I didn't see the connection with "VS" is pretty obvious in hindsight. Anyway, I've got plans for Circle Versus Square, but it'll take a while. No holding your breath. In the meantime, see my shenanigans on Instagram and Twitter and even on Facebook. Also, there's "The Joy of Drinking" on YouTube where I drink alcohol and do oil paintings with Bob Ross!

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The Goings-On
Akbar and Jeff
The above comic is a tribute to Matt Groening's (The Simpsons), comic strip Akbar and Jeff. They first appeared in 1984 in his strip "Life in Hell." Groening says Akbar and Jeff are "either brothers or lovers or possibly both," depending on what offends you more. But ultimately, what the strip is really about is relationships in general. Groening states that much of the humor in Akbar and Jeff comes from their constant arguing and criticizing of one another despite being identical. Another big component is that their facial expressions never change, so it's up to the reader to interpret them in. Sound like any other comics you read?
Classic Final PanelAkbar & Jeff's morning routine77 moods of Akbar & JeffGreat ComicInterview with GroeningWikipedia
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