Here is the first digitally edited and colored VENUS FLYTRAP comic!
I initially I intended to release this comic several months from now as I have a backlog of comics already produced. In light of the recent dual mass shootings I decided to not to release the comic I had planned to drop today because I felt it was insensitive to the tragedies that have been facing our nation. The comic I planned to release today was a homage to the old western movies where Venus shoots up a bar and several unspecified bad guys with it. You can see from the comic’s content why I felt releasing was in bad taste.
Venus Flytrap is a bounty hunter. So naturally there is violence in the comic. Just like the LOONEY TUNE short films, the violence in a VENUS FLYTRAP comic is cartoon violence, it is not real and it is meant to be satire. The comics I make are in no way meant to encourage violence. Make no mistake, the individuals who target innocents are terrorists and what they do to people is unexceptable. At some point I will release the comic I planned but I don’t know when that will be.
I hope you enjoy today’s and I hope it brings some fun to your Monday.
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