Hi everyone. I’ve been very, very sick since Tuesday evening. The kind of sick that leaves you hallucinating and unable to get out of bed. My fever finally broke last night and I’m feeling much better today (well enough that I’m going to do something stupid), but it’ll probably be another day or so before I’m recovered. My Weds Medusa page is drawn but not colored and lettered. I had hoped to get it posted today, but it probably won’t happen till tomorrow or Sunday. In the meantime here’s a preview:
I’m still planning on being at Wizard World Portland this weekend. Tomorrow and Sunday for sure, and maybe even later today if I start to feel better.
Sick and dying is the worst. It only VERY rarely happens to me, and when it does, I usually have to work anyway (I don’t have the kind of job one can call off from), and my coworkers often worry that I might die before shift end, but I never have (at least not since that incident in high school in which I missed six weeks and was in a coma thereafter).
Get well soon, man. Good luck!
We (platonically) love you!
So no child sized statue!
Get well soon, Jake!
Let’s just call it “sleeping in”
Dr. 5Cats to the rescue!
I’ve done hundreds of surgeries. Dozens of patients have survived, you have nothing to fear.
Now… where does it hurt? Say “ah”…
This webcomic is a labor of love. Not work, school or a doctor appointment.
So you can be as late as you like and we still come back to watch your story.
Just take it easy, man! Your health is more important than an arbitrary deadline. We can look at our books and reread stories. Get better!
I pray you get well soon and God bless.
Modest is so disapoint.
Get better soon!
Please get well soon! 🙂
Problem: I can only see the info below the page when clicking on the comments since the webpage update. Anyone else have this issue?
I wish I knew how to solve this problem. I’ve been looking into it for months and I can’t find a solution. If anyone has any advice I’d appreciate it.
Get well soon, and when it comes to doing something stupid—try to control yourself.