Hourly Comics Day 2022!

February 1st was Hourly Comics Day, and this year I actually remembered to participate. The resulting comics are of varying quality and readability, but they are at least honest. Please enjoy!

We ran out of security questions a while back. Next I’ll have to pick all the images of traffic lights out from a grid.
The 4th panel is me straining and struggling to get the key up to the mailbox lock
Look, kiddo! I hit it so hard its head came off! Now let’s go brush your teeth!
Of course, you may bring the toy back out from time to time, while making a big deal about its new availability. Optionally, make the toy part of a Premium Package of toys that were widely available until you arbitrarily restricted access and demanded regular payment for continued play.
Lori knows that her statement is Howie Stan Erasure, because we’ve actually met a Howie fan.
I don’t often want to put serious profanity in my comics, but up until the moment I actually drew this, the last panel in my mind was just me and the salt cursing at each other
I have to make a conscious effort to not have “check twitter” be the first thing I do on waking. I’m normal, right?
I really hope that abruptly stopping comics for a month, then reappearing with a riff on a three-year-old meme will come across as “daring” and “bold” to my critics

So! Just two days after posting my last comic back in March, Lori’s water broke! Long story short, we have an adorable baby boy named Avery in our household now. Managing a newborn and a feisty preschooler has made it pretty tough to find time and energy for comics, but I’m still jotting down ideas so I can get to them when I can. Thanks for your patience!

Certain owners also report that their machines “grunt” in an upsetting, humanlike fashion while creating churros. We have not been able to consistently replicate this issue