Kool Aid Gets Fired
Kool Aid Gets Fired follows the misadventures of the Kool Aid Man, after he is fired from his job of 55 years, promoting the kool-aid soft drink. However, years of leading a sheltered life as a corporate spokesperson has left our hero without skills to make it in the bigger world. Underneath the humor, Kool Aid Gets Fired pokes at large corporations that only look at doing business, not people, and how companies often have more rights than people do.
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Nitsy and Bitsy
Nitsy and Bitsy appeared Gab magazine in Chicago. It featured two young gay boys with little self perceptions, caught up in the glitz and glamour of the gay night life. I know! Ccompletely unrealistic!
Here are several of my favorite strips.
Glitch was the opposite of Nitsy and Bitsy. Two guys that didn’t care much for the mainstream gay culture. It’s the closest I’ve ever gotten to autobiographical without actually being that.
You can download PDFs of the books below.