Updating daily cartoons
After Blank Label Comics was discontinued, he has continued his online presence at Shortpacked! is a webcomic by Willis starring the college adventures of two roommates, Danny and Joe. It was also published as part of the Keenspot comic page in the Turlock, California newspaper, the Turlock Journal. ended again on May 19, 2005, when David Willis left Keenspot to found Blank Label Comics. The webcomic is a character-driven story, which has a very strong continuity, and It's Walky! Though set in the present day, the alien elements and advanced technology involved brought science-fiction elements to the webcomic. In 2015, Willis and his wife launched It's Pregnancy! The comic also often includes strips that take place outside of the regular setting and continuity, in particular one-shots lampooning pop-culture and comic figures such as Batman or Transformers. has also lampooned mainstream comic strips such as Luann and Funky Winkerbean. showed 16-year-old Luann bragging about having large breasts and even depicted Luann giving the middle finger to Blondie.It ran from September 8, 1997, to December 20, 1999. — in particular Joyce, Danny's former stalker — and by the end most of the major characters from Roomies! The comic strip could (and often did) go from theological discussion to toilet humor within the same week. , a Tumblr comic about the birth of Joyce and Walky's son, in concert with the Willis couple's pregnancy. The parody of Funky Winkerbean showed Les Moore and his girlfriend Cayla Williams (the two got married in Willis' strip) having sex while a ghostly Lisa Moore (Les' late wife, who died in 2007 from cancer) watched over them in approval, and in another panel, the resulting baby, who looked like Lisa, was ghostly in appearance. strip also appeared weekly on toynewsi.com, Toy News International's website, for 250 installments from August 20, 2006, until July 31, 2011.A second hiatus lasted from December 1, 2009 until August 1, 2010, again due to personal reasons.New cartoons, supplied by the community as part of a competition, started to appear as of August 2, 2010. Frazer, working as creative director for a Canadian ISP, started doodling a few cartoon jokes about his coworkers and boss. Then people started emailing him, asking for more cartoons.The content of these strips is to ask for donations or introduce advertisers, often presented by the characters or a cameo by Illiad.
These strips appear for 20 to 30 seconds before jumping to the daily strip.
represents "the creative guy" in the strip, maintaining and designing websites. In the strip, he and Miranda (another character) are now dating. Illiad based the character on a former boss: The Chief is based on my business mentor.
As a web designer, he's uncomfortably crammed in that tiny crevice between the techies and the marketing people. is shy and sensitive, loves most computer games and nifty art, and has a big brother relationship with the Dust Puppy. They also have previously dated, but split up over a misunderstanding. He was the vice president that I reported to back in the day. ) and thin and sports a bushy ring around a bald crown, plus a very thick moustache.
From November 1, 2010 through November 21, 2010, Illiad published a special "Remembrance Day story arc", and stated that it is "vague and at this point random" what will happen to the strip afterwards, that "going daily again is highly unlikely", but that "there are still many stories that I want to tell through UF, over time". Before that, he tried another comic, Dust Puppies, and sent it to six major syndicates, but was rejected by all.
In 2000, the Waiting For Bob webcomic ran a series of comics where several of the characters visited Columbia Internet to have them design and host a website advertising their product, "Caf".