It was like Batman had just given up and robbed a bank.
You may recognise Tom and the back of Jamie’s head from The Everyday #19, or you might not be as obsessive about my work as I am.
Part 2 on Wednesday.
I love how Johnny is wearing a mask.
Well, here we are, the last day of new comics every weekday. If you’re one of the few who’ve been along for the ride I sincerely thank you for reading and I hope you’ve enjoyed the 24 strips so far. There’s plenty more on the way, three next week for instance, and at least one a week after that.
As for this strip, I suppose panel 1 is a kinda-sequel to The Everyday #13 and will weird Gary out again when he reads this comic about himself reading a comic about himself. He can’t handle the idea of the infinite very well. Panel 2 marks my second reference to Mister Jeffrey Brown, the first being in The Everyday #20. It also mentions my friend Kev’s (and James’) club night in Manchester. If you like the sound of it from the band list on the flyer (the writing is too small you say? oh well) then you can keep informed of their indie disco mayhems at the Dot Dash MySpace. And panel 3 is just so so wrong it must be right, right?
Seeya next week.
So, this is the last post for May. I’ve managed to post every weekday for a whole big month. Not bad, eh? There’ll still be a strip tomorrow, don’t worry, and while there won’t be ones every weekday next week there are three ready for you. Hurrah!
Hey there. We’re in the fifth and final week of posts every weekday and we’re finally getting to some strips about recent(ish) events. By Friday we’ll be into May and the week after there’ll be 3 strips about the Bristol Comic Expo earlier this month. After that we should be bang up to the present. Kinda.
And for all those working folk in the UK who had the day off yesterday, don’t forget to go and check out yesterday’s bumper-sized post by clicking the previous button.