So now that I’m discharged from the hospital, I’m able to update my strips again. And because Google loves me, they’ve given me $100 for money to use on ads, which explains their ads now appearing over top of the comics. Also, I’ve stuck on Formspring, the least used social site in the world, so that you can ask me any question you may have. Go ahead! Ask away! I’m ready and willing to answer.
Sorry for the sudden hiatus, but it’s not my fault. Things have gotten in the way that are out of my control, mostly involving health issues. I’m deeply sorry that I haven’t been able to deliver you my comics as I promised, but I’m recovering in the hospital and have very limited access to computers. Please try to understand and be patient.
today I made a guest strip for the webcomic Addanac City. You can check it out right here!
Be sure to visit his site as well. It’s about the misadventures of a brat named Hank, and it’s well worth checking out!
This is an announcement that my website is pink to help support National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To show you my kindness, it will even stay pink for the other 11 months. Thank you for reading.
Picpak Dog’s first published book, The Picpak Dog Collection, is here! At 96 pages, it features Picpak Dog’s first six months of strips since its move to picpak.net. And if that’s not enough, it also contains the Facebook fan page comics, rarely seen art, and unseen early sketches! It’s a must have for any Picpak Dog fan, and you can order it online for $14.95 + shipping. If you want, you can also buy the downloadable PDF for only $1.95, and keep it on your iPad, or whatever it is the cool kids do.
You can purchase your copy today by clicking here.