Posts Tagged ‘ andrew kaye ’

Adventures in Archeology

Sep 18th, 2020 | By

Things are so weird right now that when I have time to draw, I end up drawing the most random thing that pops into my head. I apologize for nothing.



How To Force People To Keep Their Distance

Sep 4th, 2020 | By

Today’s comic presents some very useful tips that I urge all of you to try. This isn’t just a social distancing thing, either. These tips will work just as well for introverts and other folks uninterested in interacting with their fellow human beings!



Defenestration: August 2020

Aug 20th, 2020 | By

Hello again, friends and readers and people who stumbled here accidentally, to the August 2020 issue of Defenestration! We were all expecting our lives to be back to normal by now, but here we are, thoroughly abnormal. Normal isn’t a thing anymore. Normal is a historical blip, a tone box in a textbook from 2031,

[continue reading…]



Casting Aside Perfection

Jul 31st, 2020 | By

Today’s comic was drawn for a friend. She had an idea for a cartoon after the topic of “perfection” came up during some training with her coworkers, so she sent me the script and asked if I would sketch something up. The original strip was the first three panels–basically a positive statement about accepting the fact that perfection isn’t always a healthy or viable goal all the time. But this is me, right?



Robots in Disguise

Jul 24th, 2020 | By

There’s been a virus going around, folks. Not the one you’re thinking about; this one turns your belongings into fighting robots. Known as the “Cybertronic Flu,” the disease has mainly been centered on Ben and Winslow’s house. So maybe “going around” isn’t an accurate statement.