This is Jelloween. The character was originally intended to be Abraham Lincoln as a werewolf (I learned of another Wolf Lincoln somewhere on the internet and decided to scrap that idea. The character's name is now just Wolf), and the entire comic was created in MS Paint. It starts out intentionally bad, but eventually I started writing real jokes and fooling around with more complex ideas. The comic becomes less about the character and more about how he exists in the space inside the panels.
Jelloween is far from my best work, but it was a huge landmark for me as an artist. In retrospect, I realize Jelloween was my crash course in comic writing, distributing (Myspace blogs), receiving criticism, and character design. Creating this comic made me realize how much I enjoy creating sequential artwork in general, not just comics.
Oh and all of the titles start with the letter P and also include a T and an S. There is no significance to this, the first one was called pets and it just evolved from there.
Dedicated to Richard Duran.
Pushed / Stretched
Pots and Pans
Parts (Guest Artist - Richard Duran. Richard also coined the word "Jelloween")
Parts 2 (My sequel to Richard's concept)
Perpetual Cycles (Painting of Lincoln courtesy of Google Image search. Artist unknown)
Porcupine Straws (Concept by Derek Dophied)
Piping Hot Taste
Proper Things To Do
Pro New Year Style