At the end of the first year, I made an anthology and put 4 comics to a page. This is what I've been using to post Java Troll, and I'm getting a little impatient scanning one comic at a time. At some point, I started doing the entire comic on the computer. I'm really looking forward to being able to do those. Until then, I think I'm going to speed-publish, giving you a full anthology page a day...barring any objections. A note about the comics...Political comics and humor are supposed to be pretty neutral, attacking everyone equally, but seldom are even though they pretend to be. I'm no pretender.


Another rough copy. These will probably happen for a little while since I am too busy to spend my time figuring out what happened to the actual issues of the D.O. I may have thrown them out. This may be the best I have left. Hillary Clinton. I'd vote against her again, I don't care who she's running against. Carpetbagger.


Libertarians believe in legalized prostitution. The image quality on this is poor because the face of the Troll here is a copy of a copy of a copy of a copy of a copy. I drew his face, scanned it, used it in the comic, printed that, wrote in the dialogue, then it was scanned into the paper, copied into the anthology, and then re-scanned to go online. I don't know if I even have a copy of the original. At least the comic still exists.


...And the Troll begins running for President...and the characters display their inner being...and I learn a lot about the world of conversation. The apparent need to give the Troll a first name is another early error. The context of the campaign really didn't require him to have a first name, and the context of his life certainly doesn't. Here we go...