Five Days of Lull – Bored and Evil [ COMIC ]

As mentioned in the previous comic I’m running past guest strips that I have done for other webcomics everyday this week in lieu of new content due to limited time constraints. Plus, I think it’s a interesting look at some stuff most of you have never seen before.

Before I worked on Dueling Analogs and even before I worked on the outer circle I worked on Bored and Evil. For the first 200 comics of the strips run (June 7, 2004 – September 1, 2006) I handled the coloring, layout, web design and occasional script for the comic. I opted to exclude my name from the series as I never felt it was really my project. Though number wise, I think I actually put more time into Bored and Evil that Peekaboo Robert Koch who’s name actually does appear on it. Still, I had a lot of fun working with Peek on Bored and Evil. Unfortunately, I had to end my participation on the series because I just didn’t have enough time to juggle three (3) different webcomics on top of becoming a father.

The series is perpetually defunct right now, be Peek, Rich and I have been talking about reinventing the series in a new format. Unfortunately, it requires a little more upfront capital than starting a webcomic to get our venture going. But we’ll see…

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow as this week’s Five Days of Lull continues. See you then…


  • s1h4d0w

    I read bored and evil and after that the outer circle. :)
    Not when they originally were posted, but about 6 months ago probably.
    Some of the best reads I’ve ever had, good work!

  • evantrees

    thats around when I found bored and evil, and then dueling analogs form there I think( or was it form nerf now) after having read all of bored and evil. have yet to start the outer circle.