Okay, it's been a while since my last blog post. So let's just hope that you think it's well worth the wait. Anyway, I am always adding more characters as time goes by and I have to say that as the list of characters grows longer, so does the diversity. and we all know how important diversity is to some people these days.
I happen to think that my comic strip has more diversity than any other one out there. Sure, having over thirty characters helps with that but still it's nothing to be sneezed at.
Of course we have the main characters. You know, the guys in the band. Nothing much there but some of their co-workers and friends help to add to the mix. for instance, we have a guy named Rob Farley. A Jamaican immigrant that works with William "Bing" Billingsly and is friends with the guys from the band. He likes to smoke his ganja with the band, mon.
Then we have the team of superheroes called the Dysfunctionals. That team includes Super Crack Ho, Captain Tranny (the transvestite superhero), the Frequent Flyer, Crystal Meth Man and the Fartin' Spartan; a flatulent old man dressed like a Spartan warrior.
We have detective Ho, a law enforcement professional of Asian descent, who often works with Super Crack Ho to solve various crimes. Two Hos of a different variety working together.
Even our criminals are diverse in the type of crimes they commit. First, we have the Piddler. The Piddler goes around urinating on people from rooftops. We also have the Question Axer. He's a guy that goes around asking people questions, and if they get the question wrong, they get an ax to the head.
Oh, I shouldn't forget to mention that we even have a zombie character, a ghost, a gypsy fortune teller and more. So check out our Characters Page to read up on some of the characters and read the strip regularly to catch what they are up to. We hope you won't be disapppointed.
Bob Craypoe, also known as R. L. Crepeau