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My Cage: New and Old by Melissa DeJesus and Ed Power

My Cage: New and Old

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  1. Ed Power GoComics Pro Member commented on Dr. Whiskers 5 days ago

    I have a lot more ideas for strips…I hope to get to them. I just hate drawing. Especially since it come out looking so badly. :D

  2. Ed Power GoComics Pro Member commented on My Cage: New and Old about 1 month ago

    Oy vey. This one. No other strip prior to our recent ‘Save Our Squishy’ strips generated more e-mails. Even in the re-runs we occasionally get e-mails defending ‘Nightmare before Christmas’. On a side note, all the characters here were based on people I worked with working in video stores in the 90’s. :)

  3. Ed Power GoComics Pro Member commented on My Cage: New and Old about 1 month ago

    BTW: I’m working out the kinks with a little comic/experiment. It came out ‘grittier’ looking then i wanted, but I’ll figure it out. :) Click her to read it. It’s called DR. WHISKERS

  4. Ed Power GoComics Pro Member commented on My Cage: New and Old about 1 month ago

    Huh. Weird.

  5. Ed Power GoComics Pro Member commented on My Cage: New and Old 2 months ago

    OT: We’re running a story-line on https://www.patreon.com/mycage on whether we should kill Squishy the Amoeba or not what with Norm and Bridget’s baby coming. Let us know here, there, or write us at mycagecomics@gmail.com.

  6. Ed Power GoComics Pro Member commented on My Cage: New and Old 2 months ago

    Thank you. There’s no such thing as a small donations. :)

  7. Ed Power GoComics Pro Member commented on My Cage: New and Old 3 months ago

    To be himself?

  8. Ed Power GoComics Pro Member commented on My Cage: New and Old 3 months ago

    Uh…Crystal?

  9. Ed Power GoComics Pro Member commented on My Cage: New and Old 3 months ago

    Mis-labeling.

  10. Ed Power GoComics Pro Member commented on My Cage: New and Old 3 months ago

    They is often used in your second language as a pronoun for if you don’t know when to use ‘he’ or ‘she’…like, Norm doesn’t know if his child will be a boy or girl, so he says ‘they’, Annie Wilkes.