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Episode 294: “That was you?”

Panel one was going to be simple silhouettes but I was so happy with the sketch I decided to fully render it.

It’s been a challenging month… I’ve been struggling with persistent headaches and eye aches thanks to a sinus issue which steroids and antibiotics can’t seem to fix. Had a CAT scan yesterday (sadly, no cats were at the medical offices when I arrived). The soonest the ENT specialist can see me is April so I’ll be muddling through until then. :/ Oh, the joys of middle age!

As always, EXTRA THANKS to my kind supporters on Patreon!

— Steve

This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. I’m as confused as you are, Quimp but I’ll have to be patient to understand. Sorry to hear about your headaches and problems, Steve. ☹️ As someone who’s suffered with migraines All my life, you certainly have my sympathy!

  2. I have unpublished the political comments on this post.

    There are plenty of other places to discuss politics on the internet. This is clearly not one. This comment section is to talk about wizards, talking swords, and to tell me when I mispelled the word “misspelled.”

    1. That’s fine by me, Steve. It’s actually very tiresome to find politics infiltrating almost anything and everything now. Also, I’m sure you have many readers that aren’t American (such as me) and prefer not to follow what’s happening in the US. Thank you for sticking to humour!

    2. There are three things never to be talked about on polite company. Death, Sex, and Politics. That being said…poor Quimp has had so many rugs pulled out from under him, I’m surprised Bob hasn’t opened up a Persian Carpet Retailer. So much I am loving this comic. And I hope you do feel better, Sir.

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