…Look for the inspiring motion picture in a theater near you!
Just a little something I doodled up in Bio class (text added digitally). Didn’t have time to flesh this little guy out since the paper is getting published like a week after April 1st! But I liked the concept enough to throw him up on the blog 🙂 Tune in next week for Coachella and Pulp Fiction fun times!
Another two weeks has gone by and we’re still going strong! Poor Steve is dealing with a spot of drunken trouble this week…
In other news, the new issue of College Times really hits home for us. The main article written by Christina Caldwell talks about the Millennial generation and our difficulty with job hunts. This cartoonist luckily has another year to putz around down at ASU, but thinking about the future is more than a little daunting. Now, I’ve been preparing myself for the post-grad slums for four years. I am an art major, after all. However, it’s a little depressing to see that my friends earning degrees in the areas of economics and engineering are just as doomed for underemployment as I am…
On the other hand, this sort of stalemate is what helps make this job market exciting, no? Our generation is responsible to create and forge whole new jobs and methods of finding them. Here’s hoping we actually do.
To all our starving musician friends out at ASU tonight, just remember that the dear old University turned out both Mr Roger Clyne and his drumer, Paul Naffah. Keep rockin’ and fallin’ in love, my friends.
Hello, hello, ladies and germs! Our first strip debuted on the 13th over at the College Times! We couldn’t ask for a better first issue, it’s chock-full of events and Flogging Molly coverage, not to mention Tom’s struggles with the bills!
(Author’s Note: Speaking of Flogging Molly, I actually made it down to the show this St. Patty’s day! It was a great end to a wonderful ten years of touring, and the crowd was surprisingly considerate for a buncha drunken hooligans! It was by far the best pit I’ve ever been in, everyone picked each other up and sang along to every song.)