Blinky and Sal have been appearing twice weekly on Patheos-Nonreligious channel.

So much. Finally started Instagramming and using Reddit. Still keeping the Facebook page going too. Too many things. I feel as though this original place, The Big Insane Happy, has almost become moot. But I can’t bring myself to let it go. I’ll still be posting the odd comic here, but I’ll definitely be more active on the other platforms.

I’m really trying to get a printed compilation of Blinky and Sal. Thinking of getting a Kickstarter going for that. In the meantime, you can support me on Patreon.

Pilgrim’s Digress (the whole shebang)

Because the written ending felt underwhelming, I chose to tag on one more older comic for a somewhat more satisfying conclusion. Spatsby and Sal are kind of set in their ways, but Blinky needed to stay malleable and free to grow more as a character, hence the lackluster original resolution. It felt more fitting to use one of the first Blinky and Sal comics that really captured the spirit of the strip and Blinky’s ideology as a proper finale, I think.  
Originally seen on Patheos.

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Creature Comforts [color version]

Original 2014 version here:

This was actually the first appearance of Todd Almighty. It’s been fun watching this character grow.

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Cult Trip!

Dan and I visit a Dahn yoga center in Cheonan, South Korea. Very lazy footage, but maybe interesting for folks who like exploring religious centers. Some interesting surprises along the way.

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Oculus Drift

10eye colorA gnat flew into my eye. The involuntarily blink that followed undoubtedly crushed her to bits. What must that final flight have seemed like? Such a delicately small insect crashing into the impossibly immense glass orb of my oblivious eyeball and then having two monstrous flesh panels slam closed from both above and below like giant, steel shutters of impossible weight. Perhaps she never saw the larger world around her. Perhaps it was too incomprehensibly vast to be taken in with her limited arthropod mind and her even more limited point of view. Perhaps, in seeing a gigantic eye so close, so fast, so grand, and so near the end she felt she was looking into eternity and seeing God at the other end.

Then I remembered that gnat’s eyes evolved in a completely different manner and so my human eye more probably was just some weird, reflective, kaleidoscopic alien landscape that came and went in, quite literally, the blink of an eye.

No, sir. I don’t think she got much out of it.

Originally published for 10 Magazine January 2015 issue.