So, another birth year has gone by. I’m now in the last half of my 30s. It would almost bother me if I hadn’t felt old since I was in my early 20s. It’s certainly been a year of ups and downs. My dad found out he had and then was treated for lung cancer, my mom closed her business of 36 years and then took a part-time job. Probably the biggest shift in my own life (aside from the 2nd job I recently started) was the removal of an absolute toxic human being from my life. Like a cancer of my own that clung to me for 13 years, I finally realized what a horrible cunt this person was and how they were slowly killing me. This person – this despicable, deceitful trash of a festering wound – was ruining me. So I cut them loose, and almost immediately my life began to improve. The constant fear of – and feeling of – loneliness gradually went away and a small bit of confidence came easing back into my mentality. This of course all paved the way for the best change in my life, meeting Bambi. I love her dearly, she is a wonderful, warm, caring and open woman who also happens to be a ridiculously talented and skilled artist. I am glad she has become a part of my life.
But as new people enter my life, I’ve not gotten rid of all the old ones. My pal Jason is still around and is the inspiration behind today’s sketch. Jason recounted a story about a dude asking him about super powers. Jason said he’d want the power of invisibility so he could stalk women and watch them get naked and his name would be Captain Creepy. So I designed Captain Creepy for Jason, and I only hope it’s creepy enough.