A Waste of Time
awasteoftimecomic:

I thought I’d start off issue three with something lighthearted and inspiring.

awasteoftimecomic:

I thought I’d start off issue three with something lighthearted and inspiring.

Persimmon, the cephalodpod psychiatrist.

Persimmon, the cephalodpod psychiatrist.

1950sunlimited:

Ed Wood Jr. 

1950sunlimited:

Ed Wood Jr. 

And a drawing of winter Rickets and Prester. The print issues have various ancillary drawings and bonus stuff like this, which hopefully will be fun for people. So, you know, buy them and give me money and stuff!

And a drawing of winter Rickets and Prester. The print issues have various ancillary drawings and bonus stuff like this, which hopefully will be fun for people. So, you know, buy them and give me money and stuff!

Peanuts homage from issue three! As I talk about various artists that were influential to me in various ways, Bill Watterson and Jim Davis have the biggest roles in the story, but there are homages and things to a lot of other comics in there.

Peanuts homage from issue three! As I talk about various artists that were influential to me in various ways, Bill Watterson and Jim Davis have the biggest roles in the story, but there are homages and things to a lot of other comics in there.

qu33rrob:

Page one of Rick Worley's meditation on the boy he loves contrasted with all the boys he's lost. Coming atcha in QU33R this fall from Northwest Press, edited by Robert Kirby.

qu33rrob:

Page one of Rick Worley's meditation on the boy he loves contrasted with all the boys he's lost. Coming atcha in QU33R this fall from Northwest Press, edited by Robert Kirby.

smallpresspreviews:

A Waste of Time #2

by Rick Worley

Published by Northwest Press

Worried about Rick’s prospects for a successful art career, his creations decide he needs some inspiration. They set out to find his favorite artist, the reclusive Bill Watterson, whether Watterson wants to be found or not.

36-page comic, color cover, black and white interior.

$4.99

Order here

Distributed by Diamond Comic Distributors (JUN141330)

emilylovesthis:

We think about where we grew up.

emilylovesthis:

We think about where we grew up.

I might need to redo this one, that list should be longer now.

I might need to redo this one, that list should be longer now.

I thought I’d start off issue three with something lighthearted and inspiring.

I thought I’d start off issue three with something lighthearted and inspiring.