It’s not been a great week. My health has not improved, and I’m going to need a kidney transplant. It’s been hard getting everything done and keeping up with everything I want to do. There have been days after work that I’m just too 2orn out to draw at all.
I need to make adjustments. My comic buffer has evaporated, and I just can’t keep up a two-update-per week schedule. So, for a while, I’m only going to update on Mondays. That feels more manageable. What happens in the future? I don’t know, but I feel like I can keep up with one update per week.
To help fill the gap, why not check out some of the Comics of the Week?
Week of March 14-20
Look to the Future
Whether that future holds caring robot nannies (and other occupations) or the promise of a technology long since lost to the planet, this week’s comics explore the hopeful possibilities and grim consequences of progress
Now Recharging - A story about living in an ordinary world... but as a sentient/sapient robot! Emmie is a sheep-loving android who is bad at math and worried about nonexistence. Designed to learn naturally with no apparent end application, they navigate the ups, downs and questions of life like the adventure it truly is!
O Sarilho - An ancient satellite, thought to be in orbit for over 500 years, crashes into enemy territory. The Kirchhoff brothers are sent on a mission to recover its remains, but they end up finding something else entirely… And the locals have an eye on it too.