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Jenner is a cartoonist, who created, writes and draws the web comic Doc Rat. He is 59 years old and lives in Melbourne, Australia. He is also a full-time doctor.

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  1. about 1 month ago on Endtown

    Wow, umm… how to explain? The two people in black-and-white are Aaron Marx, a pan-dimensional being with a lot of things on his mind (e.g. rescuing the entire universe from imminent destruction), and Duffy, a teenage rebel who thought that life in an underground colony was boring but uncomplicated. One day, his beloved younger brother was kidnapped by a ghost that haunted the rocky sea shore, and Duffy swore to hunt that ghost, for as long it took, until he could rescue his brother. Well, things didn’t go as planned. It ended up that Duffy, Wally (a practical cat) and Alan (a cowardly elephant) teamed up with the ‘ghost’, a biosuited human Topsider scientist lost in an interdimensional maze, and together they set out on a string of long and barely credible adventures on the way back to the Topsider lab. Duffy, Wally and Alan learned the shocking truth that they are actually cartoon characters from another reality. And now the universes – all of them – are about to explode. Currently, they are in the universe that created them – an animated cartoon from the 1940’s in the studios of J. J. Carter. Aaron Marx has frozen the frame, to let the gang wander around the landscape and come to terms with seeing their cartoon selves in the few seconds before the cartoon sun explodes and destroys the entire cartoon dimension. Duffy still misses his brother badly. Seeing this picture of the two of them enjoying the happiness of fishing was just too much for him, and for a while he couldn’t bear to go on anymore. But a heart-to-heart conversation with Marx gave him the strength to go on, and now he is saying goodbye to the contentment he suspects he’ll never know again. This is Endtown, by Aaron Neathery. The story telling is a feat of genius. The art is phenomenal. The scope of the work is breathtaking, and nothing is stale or complacent. Go back and take a long journey through the back issues, even from the beginning. It may change your life, as it did mine

  2. about 1 month ago on Endtown

    MAN, this was worth it.

  3. about 2 months ago on Endtown

    This comic is coming out very slowly, right now, but that won’t always be the case. I will say, though, that the writing of this sequence is elegant and beautiful.

  4. 3 months ago on Endtown

    This is so poignant. All this long story, Duffy’s quest was to find his little brother at any cost. Well, he found him. And having found the answer, and the answer was NO, he was then prepared to forfeit that cost in the ultimate. My gut feeling is we’re very close to the end of this saga.

  5. 3 months ago on Endtown

    Very poetic.

  6. 3 months ago on Endtown

    And, from that same part of the story, based on the description of the geography (that Wally and co walked as far as they could until they got to the ocean), the star is shining in the east.

  7. 3 months ago on Endtown

    Unfortunately, as we know, the sun is about to explode.

  8. 4 months ago on Endtown

    For those who want to go back and see the cover of the comic book, go to the strip April 19, 2019.

  9. 4 months ago on Endtown

    You don’t understand: Trixie IS the mousetrap.

  10. 4 months ago on Endtown

    It’s not like Cracked Cat was obsessed or anything.