Hello. I was born in South Candyland under the rule of Queen Frosting. I was raised in a strict Necronomic household by Nigerian parents who died in a freak child-rearing accident that left me alone and homeless at the tender age of thirty-four. After traveling Asia via balloon and sniping those FUCKING MONGOLIAN FUCKERS for ice cream money I started drawing cartoons about a homosexual super villain with a debilitating spinal disease.
I'm allergic to kiwi fruit.
Favourite Visual Artist
Vik Jones and not just because we're fucking
Stuff that says things in new ways
Favourite TV Shows
Ones that make my brain say "neato"
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
I like music made by people
I like books
Stephen King is cool. I would like to meet him and eat tacos together
FALLOUT HELLZ YEAH, Shadow of the Colossus, Silent Hill
So we were binging Lord of the Rings and there's this part in RotK where Sam offers to hold the Ring for Frodo, and Frodo flips his shit. Well, sure, but have you ever considered -
Dark Lord Sam?
The Lord of the Potatoes
There he rests upon the Throne of Scones (aka Scone Throne)
Best dark lord ever.
Hello and thank you to everyone who has been reading and supporting us over the years.
This marks the end of volume 1 of serious engineering. we’ll be spending July working on setting up the next volume, which will keep a tighter schedule with more pages published every week. We will return with new paged in august, and will be posting and updating all our new work for the project to our Patreon, DeviantArt, and Discord
we are also working on setting up the first volume for physical publication, with new and previously unseen material, logs, discussions, Q&a, and more.
July will be very busy for us, and we intend to share every step along the way. serious engineering has been a vitally important passion project for us, and we do not intend to end it any time soon. We have several more volumes planned, going further into the history of Pro-Noia, it’s members and patrons, as well as following them into the future.
If you would like to support us in our projects, you can donate
So I woke up this morning with a very important question emburdening my dreamless slumber:
Are giraffes sheep?
The answer is no, they're not. They're their own subsection along with okapis. The closest others are antelope and deer.
Now you know.
I want you and Larua to know that if I could afford to hire you to produce the art for the story I've written, I totally would. You two are my favorite comic artists. That includes all the artists I've seen in comic shops.