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  1. Max Garcia GoComics Pro Member commented on Sunny Street 2 months ago

    haha. one of my favorite sounds. Even in text form.

  2. Max Garcia GoComics Pro Member commented on Sunny Street 2 months ago

    Thanks Ushindi. Your comment, made my day. Glad you enjoyed it.

  3. Max Garcia GoComics Pro Member commented on Sunny Street 2 months ago

    And technically, poultry wouldn’t have that conversation. : )

  4. Max Garcia GoComics Pro Member commented on Sunny Street 2 months ago

    Best compliment ever. Thanks Tommy ; )

  5. Max Garcia GoComics Pro Member commented on Sunny Street 5 months ago

    Hi guys.
    Just a quick update.
    I’m juggling a few projects at the moment, and it’s become increasingly difficult to maintain this schedule while
    taking on additional work and developing new ideas.
    So, beginning next week, I’m going to dial back the number of Sunny Street cartoons, from 5 days a week, to 3 days a week. Monday – Wednesday – Friday.
    If and when things clear up – I’ll do my best to return to the 5 day schedule, but at the moment, I can’t predict, when that will happen.
    Anyway, I just wanted to thank everyone for taking the time to visit and comment on my page, and I hope you continue to do so.

    Thanks.

    Max

  6. Max Garcia GoComics Pro Member commented on Sunny Street 6 months ago

    Neither were the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park. Thanks Jeff Goldblum.

  7. Max Garcia GoComics Pro Member commented on Sunny Street 7 months ago

    I wish, Derrick. I’d just live in it and ask for constant refills.

  8. Max Garcia GoComics Pro Member commented on Sunny Street 7 months ago

    dingleberries

  9. Max Garcia GoComics Pro Member commented on Sunny Street 7 months ago

    Well, I understand the uproar and I don’t want to bash anyone for standing up for what they believe to be the truth.
    I honestly don’t think it stems from negativity, as much as It’s just a gut reaction.
    It’s very easy to jump to conclusions, when you’re not properly informed.
    I was guilty of this myself, until I was schooled by someone who happened to know better.
    At the time, I was also naive and quick to think that anything I came up with must be 100% completely unique.
    So, if I saw a similar idea or concept, I immediately and genuinely believed it couldn’t possibly be coincidence.
    I couldn’t have been more blind.
    Luckily, a person with more experience, patience and a much better understanding of this field, took the time to explain just how easily and how often cartoonists stumble onto similar themes, ideas and concepts. And she was right.
    It’s very easy to overreact when you have an attachment to something, but haven’t taken the time to do your research.
    It doesn’t make you a bad person, but it could easily mean that
    you simply don’t have all of the correct information needed to make an informed judgement.
    Once you dig a little deeper, you see start to realize that just about everything under the sun, has in some way shape or form,
    already been done before.
    My suggestion would be to keep it simple. If it makes you smile – enjoy it. If it doesn’t, then just quietly turn the page.
    YAP YAP YAP.
    I’ll give it a rest now.
    Catch you guys later.
    Thanks Suzy

    P.S. cool artwork Jarett.
    Ya beat me to the punch!

    M

  10. Max Garcia GoComics Pro Member commented on Sunny Street 7 months ago

    Thanks again guys.
    I’ll leave the comments to you.
    Later gators. ; )