Not much to say about this one, except that I can’t believe it’s six years later and I we still don’t have our gay marriage rights back here in the Bay Area. This is severely damaging to our reputation as the gayest place in America. My wedding to Andrew was on the same weekend the first same-sex marriages were held in San Francisco, and it makes no sense to me that my marriage is still considered valid while thousands of marriages forged at the same time are challenged.
Also, drawing hands in close-up is really hard.
Check out my Viz bag with the old company logo in the next-to-last panel. Viz used to give out items like that at the annual New Year’s party. Good times.
Speaking of time passing, albeit a little more happily, yesterday marked the ten-year anniversary of Narbonic. Ten years ago, I was editing comics in MS Paint and uploading them late at night in the living room of the family I was renting from in Marin County. In retrospect, I have no idea why I thought this was a good idea or kept up with it as long as I did. But I’m glad I did and want to thank everyone who stuck with me. Thank you!
My friend Tea Fougner drew me this tenth-anniversary cast pic. Thanks, Tea!