Posts Tagged ‘conrad’
As usual, Conrad fulfilled his own self prophecy for failure. Poor lil’ guy.
MISSED UPDATE MONDAY: Yesterday my girlfriend had highway accident. We were in Emergency ward all day. 18-wheeler hit her twice (side and rear (not shown)). Luckily she is out now. I may not be able to update next week as we know have to find time to buy another car. Thanks for your patience.
Sometimes fear is worse than reality. If Conrad could stay calm he might be able to rise to the occasion. He started off good but his old self seems to be taking over.
*** This strip appeared earlier when I was learning about CP pre-publishing, but now that the storyline is playing itself out correctly I had to repost it.
Every generation has different morals and ethics regarding individual character, but sports still commands an Old School mentality. Conrad is about to rise or fall in the face of these boyhood challenges.
Rudo seems to miss the point of Conrad’s rhetorical phrase. On the football field Rudo is years ahead of his age, but everywhere else he’s usually a bit behind.
School to him seems to be more struggle than success.
On humid summer days not even the Avengers can save children from hot baseball fields … A different superhero is needed!
MG: It was nice to see an old friend drop by. Just that day I got Engima’s greatest hits — go figure!
Even thought she’s the smartest girl at Treewiddle Elementary, Lizzy only works for the school newspaper The Treewiddle Tribune to improve her resume. She also lacks journalistic decorum whenever she encounters immature boys, much to Conrad’s dismay.
Conrad has the heart of an artist who forces us to think about our reality, but if you’ve got to start small then he’s starting teeny-tiny!
REMINDER: I posted a (new entry) in “doug’s art blog” about the concept of plagiarism in comics. You can read the first 3 pages of the 5-page story. It’s intended to help future or existing webcomic artists understand the slippery nature of copyright infringement.