Getting a cat is a huge responsibility. I don’t mean making sure it’s fed (it will remind you), or keeping the kitty litter box clean (if you can smell, it will remind you), I mean always remembering if the cat is inside or outside. The number of times I accidentally left the cat outside while thinking it was still inside while making this comic alone was in the dozens. I can never remember, all I know is that the darn thing isn’t bugging me for once.
So yes poor Rose isn’t actually allergic to cats but she is allergic to dealing with her emotions and that’s a big #mood.
I love how kids just walk up to you and start talking about everything and anything that they have in mind. In Rose’s defence, these ARE important issues! Why AREN’T there animal olympics, I would totally watch that over the human version any day of the week. Maybe one day it’ll still happen, Rose IS an enterprising lass.
Hello! The wonderful folks at Comic Book Resources just featured Rose in their Went To Tell Everybody column, where independent comic creators get to talk about their work! It was really nice of them to do that, and it was a weird thrill to see Rose up on that site along a raft of super heroes and big name comic creator big shots doing stuff.
It’s great to know that no mater how many years have gone by, Rose and Dahlia are still their same selves. I can’t wait to be a crazy old person knocking about a retirement home, but GEEZ they had better have wifi and decent gaming systems available by then or I’m gonna be ticked off, I have a backlog that I’ve been waiting to get through!
Note to self: The whole point of making comics that are only a couple of panels is that you can save time. Having a panel with like a billion tiny bits of food that have to be drawn and coloured individually kind of defeats the point!
Special thanks to my bestest buddy Keryn for writing this one! This is basically us having lunch together every day.