Ah, crap. Centuries ago, a space traveler named 'S. Claus' miscalculated the fuel capacity of his ship and crashed to earth. Alone, and with no fuel, he needed to devise a plan. So he did: he built toys. And with these toys he lured the bad children, the kids no one would miss, away from their playgrounds, and into his refining machine, and turned them all into coal plasma. Shiny... Even cooler toys inside These children were so rotten, it took only a few dozen of them to refuel his ship, and Claus was home by Boxing Day. Anyway, it's such an efficient process that he returns every year. Eureka! Full If the poking doesn't stop, you might ask yourself: am I a good kid? or would anybody miss me if I were refined into coal plasma? Mom!!! Stop Poking Me.

Stop Poking Me Comic Archive 2003-2005, Stop Poking Me, Originally published on December 14, 2003

The Good Little Robot

The Good Little Robot finished publishing regularly online in late 2005. New original strips can be seen in the bi–monthly publication Zoinks! Magazine.

The Story

The Good Little Robot is stranded here on Earth. With no way home, he tries to make the best of things by fitting into society. He gets a dull job, makes friends with Francis, a quiet sheep, and Robin, a young data-entry clerk who longs to get her journalism career back on track. A top secret, yet mostly inept government agency whose purpose is apparently to cover up the truth about extra-terrestrial life on Earth quickly catches wind of robot's existence, and makes his life a little more interesting than he would have liked.

Publishing

The Good Little Robot has been seen in these fine publications:

Contact

For publishing, contract work, or other info, please email me: dictatorforlife at ryanreid dot com