Time flies when you’re having fun, eh? The first Suburban Jungle comic ran on February 1, 1999, in what feels like a whole other world. Supermodels were a thing. Being super-into ’80s music was a perfectly reasonable idea. Having an openly gay character who was happy in himself and important to the story was… crazy talk.

I wanted to have some great meaningful thing to say here, but honestly I’ve been drawing all day and my brain is mush… which suits somehow. XD I will say that it brought me a great deal of pleasure to draw the old gang again and to integrate Charity, who is clearly just excited to be there.

Which reminds me, starting this month Rough Housing will officially be switching to a two pages per month schedule, as my hand tremors are making it harder to get the pages done in a timely fashion and honor my various other commitments. On the other hand, that means the comic will run well into 2020, and you’ll be able to enjoy some of the OTHER stuff that I haven’t been able to get to. >.> Look for a big announcement from me and FurPlanet in March, for starters. (More on that later!)

Thanks as always to my awesome readers and Patreon supporters. You folks are absolutely why I’ve kept doing this for twenty years. I love you all. <3 And now, I need some sleep. G'nite! 😉