This comic was made possible by my supporters on Patreon. If I remember correctly, I based it on dialogue from an actual dream that I had.
This strip was originally published in the main archives on August 31, 2015, but now that the Patreon comics are being released to the general public, it is no longer quite so relevant. Still, I preserve it here in the blog for those interested in this moment in the history of the Sketch Comedy!
It was also accompanied by this graphic plugging the Sketch Comedy Patreon. Even to this day, I’m still rather pleased with that logo.
While I’ve been working on my long-form comic book project Space Trader (which you can read about by subscribing to The Big J), I’ve started missing the simplicity of comic strips and jokes. Thus, I’ve been mulling over bringing Sketch Comedy back via Patreon–a service that allows you to support creators and receive exclusive content for a monthly pledge.
At this point, I’m gauging interest. Would you be willing to pledge at least one dollar a month for at least one comic a month? As more people subscribe, I would be able to increase the number of monthly comics via stretch goals, at no additional cost to you. If that sounds like it’d be worth your hard-earned dollars, please answer this quick, one-question survey!
I would not be launching this project until I’m finished with Space Trader. Rest assured that finishing mine and my brother’s sci-fi comic is my number-one creative priority!