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ISBN: 9781938720567
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A Waste of Time #1

by: Rick Worley
3.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
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Rick the cartoonist rabbit is growing desperate for success, while his creations—including a coke-addicted teddy bear and a broken robot—have their own plans for his career. Things start to take a sinister turn, and Rick surprises even himself with the depths of pandering to which he’ll sink.

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Meet the Author
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Rick Worley is the creator of A Waste of Time, a series of autobiographical comics in which he discusses the important things in life, such as cocaine, sadomasochism, and love. He lives in San Francisco because he used to live in Riverside and, let's face it, Riverside is bullshit. He divides his time between complaining about his life and lounging around with his vast legions of sexually submissive twink boy fans. They feed him grapes.
Work by Rick Worley
Overview

Rick the cartoonist rabbit is growing desperate for success, while his creations—including a coke-addicted teddy bear and a broken robot—have their own plans for his career. Things start to take a sinister turn, and Rick surprises even himself with the depths of pandering to which he’ll sink.

Details

ISBN: 9781938720567
Publisher: Northwest Press
Publish Date: 2014
Page Count: 36

Attributes
Weight 4 oz
Dimensions 10 x 6.625 x .125 in

  1. “The first dozen pages of this issue were a whining rant where the main character, Rick the Rabbit bemoaned his struggles as a comic book artist. Honestly, it was a chore to get through these pages. It’s a rant comic fans have heard a dozen times over, yeah it’s hard to be a comics artist, we get it, fuck off already. But when Rick introduces, Persimmon the Octopus in an attempt to liven up the story, it does exactly that. Things get a little weird… and voila! Interesting!” Read P.D. Houston’s whole review on Renderwrx

  2. 3 out of 5

    “This may be the only time you say ‘well, that’s adorable’ to a scene about an octopus tentacle-raping a bear. Kudos to Worley for creating a book that allowed me to write a sentence like that and have it mean something.” Read Matt Little’s whole review on Comic Book Resources