Writers Strike: My Comics SuckDear Writer's Union:Writers Strike: My Comics Suck7 years ago in Stories & Vignettes More Like This
Hello! My name is Bill Smith. I am a cartoonist, creator of and writer for the comic strip Briefs. I cartoon because my doctor feels this is a better outlet for my "creativity" and it costs less than medication. Plus they couldn't keep me from hiding crayons in my underwear, and evidently that stuff is a pain to get off the padded walls. But enough about that.
I am having a problem. You see, when I heard that all the writers were no longer writing material, this put me in quite the block. Who was I going to get to write material for my comic strips?! The previous writer for the comic material had been myself, and things had gone rather smoothly with this agreement, with some comics garnering more than a 100 favorites when I was having a good day. I was very pleased with myself as a writer, and I was considering giving myself a raise (I knew I would like that and had cut myself rather short on my Christma
Birdie 15.1 What Goes Around"Hnngh! Hngh! Hah!" Anne's voice echoed off the walls of the Rosenthal's home gym. Each sound from her throat was matched by a loud smack, her thick training gloves colliding with the heavy bag that was suspended from a ceiling support beam. She had been spending more and more of her free time training. Over the past several weeks she had shown marked improvement, but she was still far from how fit she was when she boxed professionally.Birdie 15.1 What Goes Around4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
She turned when she heard a door close further inside the house. "Mary must be home," she thought aloud. She undid her gloves and tossed them in the bin in the corner of the patio before removing the wraps from her hands. Mary entered the patio dressed in her jogging sweats. The old grey pants and shirt were nearly soaked through from the morning run. "Morning sis. Getting in a little bag work?"
Anne undid her hair tie, let