March 30th, 2018

Huh. That shopping cart is abnormally small in this one. I bet no one will notice though.

March 28th, 2018

Hey guys! I was just out of town for spring break, so that's why I haven't posted in a few days (I should really get better about announcing these things before they happen instead of after). Hope you all have a good break as well!

Anyway, back to the story. If you're just joining, here's what's happened: Harley took Billy and Pete to the grocery store, but left them alone for a few minutes, so Billy took the shopping cart and started filling it with junk food of his choice. Meanwhile, Harley came back to where he left them only to find that they and the shopping cart were gone. Cool, now you're all caught up.

March 21st, 2018

Here's a little colored interlude to the grocery store story.
I experience uncomfortable silences all the time, but I don't feel like Harley does. They motivate me to get better at talking to people so they don't happen as often.

Springtime is here! (It's actually snowing here today, so it doesn't quite feel like it. But still.)

March 17th, 2018

Originally, I thought a grocery store would be a cool setting for a whole series. But as I drew more and more strips, I realized it was a real hassle to draw all the products in the background of every panel. It did end up visually interesting, but I don't think I'll be doing a full series with it again.

March 13th, 2018

I had to make sure not to draw any popsicles in the freezer, as it would have created a rather confusing scenario for Billy.

March 11th, 2018

It's pretty difficult to fit six panels into a normal strip, but the dialogue required it here. In drawing this series I realized it was rather hard to fit a full shopping cart into every panel, so you'll tend to see just a thin sliver or corner of it being cropped by the box. This was a blessing, as shopping carts are very annoying to draw.

March 7th, 2018

This is the start of the next storyline for Billy and the gang. I wonder what captivating events will transpire this time.

March 1st, 2018

Interestingly, all of Pete's sentences in this strip are questions, and all of Billy's sentences end with exclamation points. This wasn't intended when I wrote it, but it just turned out that way.

Next Comic, Last Comic and Home links are up here!

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