Category Archives: 30 character challenge

30 Character Challenge entry #6: Unprepared-For-Life’s-Trials Man

As a child, Unprepared-For-Life’s-Trials Man played T-Ball, was driven to school, had his name written in the waistband of his underwear, and was constantly encouraged. Thus, was not ready for the constant barrage of suck that life had in store … Continue reading

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30 Characters Challenge entry #5: Keith W. Cunningham vs Broccoli

Keith W. Cunningham never liked broccoli. Hates the stuff. Now, in his old age, he is starting to feel his mortality. Wanting to be around a while for his grandchildren, he decides he must eat broccoli. This is easier said … Continue reading

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30 Characters Challenge entry #4: M.O.M.

M.O.M. stands for “Mind Over Matter”. M.O.M. is the worlds most powerful telekinetic superhero. Because he is so powerful, he really doesn’t care that his name spells out “Mom”, and villains fear his power too much to laugh at him. … Continue reading

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30 Character Challenge entry #3: Mighty Morphing Power Pilgrim

November is here, so I thought I’d do somthing in the spirit of Thanksgiving 🙂 Want to see more? Check out my webcomic at the link below 🙂

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30 Character Challenge entry #2: Spambot

Spambots BEFORE the internet. That is all. I have a feeling my entries are going to be more silly this year 🙂 Want to see more? Check out my webcomic at the link below 🙂

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30 Character Challenge entry #1: Jani-Tor

Jani-Tor’s mop was accidently imbued by Odin with EPIC, COSMIC power. Odin, being to proud too admit his mistake, looked the other way, while Jani-Tor began his war on crime. Want to see more? Check out my webcomic at the … Continue reading

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