Well, here it is, my surrender to automation. Before, all of my updates were produced in third world nations on an assembly line of questionable safety. This switch will be faster and easier for me, then, as well as less dismembering for all those orphans and veterans I had shipped down to South America. Unfortunately, I can’t afford to have them sent back, so hang in there, baby!
I’ve added an ‘Archive’ link up to take you to all of the old articles rather than take them offline for reformatting right away. New articles will of course be entered into this feed so they can be all dynamic and searchable and shit. This is cutting edge stuff (for 2002 or so), people!
The current theme banner came to me after a long and infuriating block thinking of something original to draw. I decided to fudge it for now and just dedicate it to the video game I’ve been playing the most lately. (Yes, the comic is gonna be late now, but I’ve been putting this site off for months.)
Coming soon: Phoenix Wright and Yggdra Union.
No further statements, your honor.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Occupation: Digital Media, Freelance Illustration, Debatable Internet Personality
Location: Southernish Ohio, at about the line where ‘Midwestern’ and ‘Southern’ start to blur and ‘wash’ is pronounced ‘worsh’.
Likes: Art, comedy, gaming.
Dislikes: Drama, drama queens, flying bugs.
ABOUT THIS SITE
3/2 is an allegory for the ongoing conflict between the haves and have-nots of the world, set against the backdrop of urban Paris in the 1920’s except when it isn’t. It began life as a serious of cave drawings depicting primitive man against some sort of begoggled proto-Captain Novolin. It would have remained a curious historical footnote if not for a high schooler in 1998 finding Seanbaby hilarious and trying to imitate his style of forced similes and dick jokes. After flirting with using big words to sound like a legitimate reviewer, the author would eventually find his niche- warning people away from video games either too obscure or too old for most people to have heard of, while lavishing praise on things nobody else likes.
The author was once seen in a comic shop lamenting Dungeons and Dragons was too mainstream, requesting obscure Canadian sci fi role playing games.
He is also single.
If you have any questions or feedback, drop me a line here.