The Scoop

Hi everyone! No doubt a few of you have noticed that we didn’t manage to get a new comic up this week and you are wondering when you will be able to get your fix. Unfortunately, I have a deadline looming and I seem to have miscalculated the amount of time it would take for me to meet it.

So, the bad news is that I don’t think I’ll be able to get to drawing our next comic until around Friday. The good news? I don’t see any reason why I couldn’t draw several in a row at that point. Imagine — a full week of updates! It might happen. See you soon.

Haiku Comics iPhone Wallpapers III

iPhone Wallpapers

Series III

  • Haiku Comics iPhone Wallpaper illustration of girls in underwear having a pillow fight by Nathan Olsen.
  • Haiku Comics iPhone Wallpaper illustration of a topless girl hiding from a serial killer by Nathan Olsen.
  • Haiku Comics iPhone Wallpaper illustration of a superhero incinerating a super villian by Nathan Olsen.
  • Haiku Comics iPhone Wallpaper illustration of a superhero punching the brains out of a super villian by Nathan Olsen.

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I know some of you have probably been a bit impatient with the comic’s slower schedule these days, but I’ve really been enjoying the opportunity to put in more time on the artwork. I’m really proud of these last few comics and thought it would be fun to turn them into some iPhone wallpapers. Enjoy!

Haiku Comics Reviewed by Webcomic Asylum

Jack Carter of Webcomic Asylum has posted a review of Haiku Comics. In the review, Mr. Carter says Haiku Comics is “something pretty unique and a fresh take on horror” and rated us 8 monkeys in his starred review, which I’m pretty sure is a good thing. He also says that “the stylized violence and over the top gore add to the [comic’s] charm” and that “when combined with poetry, it’s pretty different, in a sick and twisted way. Cool.”

Unfortunately, Mr. Carter only gave the strip’s writing a seven, which sent my brother into donning an astronaut diaper and tearing off in his truck towards Mr. Carter’s residence. We’ll have to see how that one turns out.

On a more serious note, we’re always very appreciative of press and reviews — anything to help get the word out. Thanks, Jack!

Happy Birthday, Andy!

Your sister, Jeanyce, bought you a copy of our book for your birthday. Unfortunately, it’s going to be late. This is why.

I’ve got to say, my brother writes pretty good haiku for a zombie.