CUPS 130: Finally Moving

Rick was going to do some research on Syracuse, but then Are You The One? came on, and you guys know how that goes.

An announcement – With this, the 130th comic of CUPS, the strip is going on indefinite hiatus. My life is going to be undergoing some fairly big changes in the coming months, and I figured I’d rather take a break and devote myself to all the things that need devoting to, rather than trimming attention and capabilities to those things and also a comic I very much care about. So, I hope you enjoyed reading the strip as much as I enjoyed making it. Maybe in a month or a year or a few years I’ll return to CUPS — I’ll surely have a new creative endeavor somewhere along the way — But I’ll be sure to post my happenings here when they… uh… happen. I’ll be honest with you — I really enjoyed doing this strip, and I definitely am bummed to become yet another Webcomic Artist Who Cannot Keep A Schedule, but there you go and here we are. Feel free to comment, tweet me, or follow me on Instagram, where I’m currently rolling out new CUPS strips to reach a slightly different audience. Thanks for being along for the ride, guys.

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CUPS 128: Nap

CUPS has settled in nicely to becoming a webcomic about drug abusing cats and tired new-parent jokes. Glad you’re along for the ride.

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CUPS 127: Day Zombies

Perhaps differentiation between day and night zombies is unnecessary. Yes. This seems true. It seems like zombies are zombies no matter where or when they are. Glad I’ve gone and talked this through.

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CUPS 126: Nighttime

Do you know about day/night confusion? Because when the baby’s in the womb, it’s most active at night, when the mother’s sleeping. So, during the day, when the mother is walking around and doing stuff, the baby sleeps due to the calming nature of being swayed around for hours. But then, come nighttime, and the mother goes to sleep, it’s baby’s party time. Thus, when the baby comes out, for the first several days they’re on the literal opposite schedule they’re supposed to be for life. It’s just another thing that makes babies seem like Nature’s Murder Weapon.

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