Archive for the ‘Potty and Cracky’ Category

Introducing Eckie

April 16, 2009

Ugh. It’s that time of year again. The time when the weather starts to become excruciatingly hot, and finals roll around. Lame. I therefore haven’t had much computer time, and I’ve started slacking with my blog. Sorry. But once finals are over and everyone except for me leaves the country (as in, I won’t have a life), I’ll once again be permanently glued to my laptop.

In the meantime, all I have to offer you is a new Potty and Cracky episode. This time featuring Eckie! This comic was inspired by real events.


The Shuffle

April 2, 2009

Wow, I’m on a roll today, huh? I just keep crankin’ out them posts! Anywho, here’s another Potty and Cracky episode.


Potty and Cracky

April 1, 2009

Okay so I know I’ve been really distant lately… Not really. But you know what I mean. I’ve got like, finals to start studying for and stuff. And as you probably know, with finals comes procrastination. So I finally got started on my new comic strip!

It’s called Potty and Cracky, and basically centres around several characters that have been adapted from my real life. Potty and Cracky are obviously the main characters, but I’ve created other characters as well, including Eckie, Koky, and Alky, all of whom you will soon meet. Guest characters will also be featured occasionally, so if you have suggestions or anything, feel free to let me know.

For those of you who expect traditional ha-ha humour, just don’t even bother. Because Potty and Cracky is far from traditional. It is silly, random, often R-rated humour that most of the time will not make sense, and you have to have a similar mindset to my own in order to understand the jokes. It’s basically just dumb. But funny. Especially if you’re a college student.

So without further ado, here’s the first episode. Enjoy! Oh yeah and one more thing: I’m not so talented with the whole web comic thing yet, so until I figure out how to do stuff properly, you’re going to have to click on the comic to make it big enough to see without a magnifying glass. I’m ghetto like that. Wee!



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