Thursday, April 27, 2006

Untapped 9


Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Untapped 8 (the saga continues)


This is part of a series, so feel free to backtrack to catch up. Back to the track with you. Nice backtrack.


Friday, April 21, 2006

Classic Loft Boys for Earth Day

Classic Loft Boys

True story from college.

Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Friday, April 14, 2006

A New Fragrance by Jamie Foxx

idea by Ronin Duncan

Thursday, April 13, 2006

What if it's his real name?

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Untapped 7


Monday, April 10, 2006

Untapped 6


I just read this comic and my sides started hurting! Not from laughter though...I have horrible gas.

Saturday, April 08, 2006

Untapped 5


Thursday, April 06, 2006

Untapped 3 & 4



I smell a series!

Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Classic Loft Boys

Delicious link!

This is not a new strip. Notice the title, "Classic Loft Boys". I'm going to be posting old strips I made while a 5th-year Senior at Purdue University from time to time. I tried to make some kind of frame for the old strips so that's it's easier to differentiate them from the new Untapped series. Unfortunately, the frame I used made the strips even smaller and harder to read, so you'll just have to pay attention. An easy way to tell if a strip is old is if Jack is in it with long, feminine(?) hair.

Back in 1999, when the Purdue Women's Basketball team won the NCAA championship, the students rioted. I was there and had a great time. There was a huge bonfire and girls felt that a basketball championship is a good reason to expose their tits. I happen to agree. In 2000, the Purdue Men's Basketball team defied all odds and made it to the Sweet Sixteen. Of course, the students felt the need to riot again. I didn't participate this time, because let's face it, the Sweet Sixteen is nothing to get all worked up about. It was mainly underclassmen rioting in 2000, and I have a theory that they just felt riot-deprived.

Sunday, April 02, 2006


Delicious link!

I wasn't going to post another comic until Monday, but I found myself sitting alone in my apartment watching women's golf and figured I could be a little more productive with my time.

I'm no longer calling the strip Struggling. I've reverted back to my earlier thought of Untapped. I had forgotten about that title completely until a friend reminded me. I think it's better because it has positivity implied with "untapped talent" or "untapped potential". "Struggling" sounds completely negative, and that's no good.

All right, then. Back to the women's golf. Surprisingly, it's loaded with gripping action.