Sunday, 17 August 2014

Grocery Avenue #6 - "Can"ning Jar

You don't have to like this comic.  But you can.

Grocery Avenue #5 - Put A Lid On It

No one but a talking jar can hear a talking jar, and that's probably a good thing.

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Grocery Avenue #4 - Easy Job

Perhaps I'm the only one who finds this funny.  Cashiers and packers will get this joke.  A real packer will also involuntarily automatically analyze the last panel and work out how they would bag those groceries.

Saturday, 7 June 2014

Grocery Avenue #3 - Blonde

Almost as dumb as starting a detail intensive comic which will take forever to draw.

Grocery Avenue #2 - When Life Gives You...

I don't know what he's complaining about.  I'd wear it.

Grocery Avenue #1 - Welcome To The Store!

Welcome to the comic designed for those who find themselves in retail outlets, either as a customer or as an employee.  I, as the founder and CEO of Grocery Avenue, want to take this opportunity to thank you for your time and present my sincere hope that you find what you are looking for.

Grocery Avenue is not meant to be a representation of any existing organizations that I may or may not have worked for in the present, past, or future.  The ideas and people presented in these comics are only influenced by and not based on any real life people or experiences (so basically, if you want to sue me, I wasn't talking about you).

You can expect Grocery Avenue to be an ongoing comic, as drawing these is what I do while doing less involved tasks like listening to a sermon or watching videos on my computer.  However, the nature of my comics combined with my poor drawing skills means you may have to wait a (long, long) while before I come out with new comics.  Yes, you can bookmark this site, but if I were you, I would follow me on facebook where I'll announce (at least the more worthwhile) new comics to this website as they come available.

As with any of my content, I'm very receptive to any feedback, however positive, neutral, or negative it may be.