One of the neat things about talking with fans is the stories of how patients ended up in the hospital - especially with foreign bodies. Today's strip focuses on one of those events and how it relates to the strip's foil - Dr. Rankin. It also explains how Ryan was an infantryman in the Army - something that will come into play later. The new strip is here.
I can finally start getting back into medical humor now that Andy and Ryan's relationship is established. From here on out, I'm going to follow the Dilbert 4-1 rule of 4 workplace cartoons for every non-workplace cartoon. I've also been working on a long-form strip - almost a comic book that dips a bit into Ryan's backstory as a Bradley Commander during the initial invasion of Iraq. It's tough work because I want to render the interior of the vehicles accurately and use authe
I've gotten email from all over the world asking me about the strip, so I'm going to answer some common questions I've received in this video. Some changes are coming to the strip. Now that Andy and Ryan's relationship has been established, I can go to the Dilbert rule of 4-1 meaning 4 workplace cartoons for every relationship cartoon. New characters are coming to fill out Andy's class - an attending, a R2, an R3 and CT Tech. University City, Pennsylvania will soon be a sil
The conversation in today's strip actually happened to me in real life. I am not a doctor. Heck, I'm barely even a cartoonist or a writer. I'm a software engineer by education, although there are quite a few similarities between radiology and debugging a program. But I'm still not a doctor...