It's true that today's Tuesday comic is technically quite late and in fact was posted on what we usually consider to be Wednesday, but it's still Tuesday where I am. I'm not trying to get off on a technicality or anything, and Thursday's comic should be posted around the usual time. I was actually on pace with my lettering of the comic but then Paint crashed and I had to start again from the beginning. Ultimately I think it worked out for the best since I decided then to fiddle with the framing. Anyway, I know the art is still pretty iffy but I'm doing all I can to beat some talent into the current art monkey.
I'm actually having some difficulty getting back into the swing of things. See, what with the collosal amount of missed deadlines and out and out failure we've seen in the past year, it's been over 12 months since Deacon or I actually wrote a comic. We're down to maybe 3 comics left that are finalised. So I guess what I'm saying is that UAC will probably die from lack of writing now rather than lack of art. Which is, I dunno, a step up I suppose.
Since it is Valentine's Day, my favourite holiday of all holidays including our fair city's yearly holiday commemorating when I single handedly liberated us from Nazi occupation, I want to send out this small token of my affection to Ms. Annie Betts.
Dear Annie, you probably don't remember me,
But it's me, Fuzz, we met once. I touched you.
I think that you're the prettiest woman alive,
And I'd like it if I could touch you again some more.
Maybe you could come out with me and my friends,
And by friends I mean Bruce Willis.
One day I am going to have the courage,
To ask for your hand, which is soft and slender,
Attached to such supple wrists, like those
That Tommy had. But I know you aren't
Into pinball, which is fine because there's
Plenty of other balls, that you could play with.
On some distant other Valentine's
I know you'll be mine.
Ok, so I am not so much as good of a poet as Deacon. I asked him to help me write to Annie Betts before though, and he always tried to get her to read ransom threats on air.