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Mr. Square Issue 388 by RevFitz Mr. Square Issue 388 by RevFitz

Disclaimer: The following was not proof read, and may have been created outside of sobriety. The artist has little recollection of what this is about.

After seven years I have finally updated my website ! This new design should be easier to navigate, be better for reading my comics, and be more aesthetically pleasing to the eye. Give it a look! I also have a new tumblr if you want to be..tumble friends?

Along this new site comes new Mr. Square comics, which will be posted there every Monday. As promised I will be re-posting those comics a week behind here on deviantart  starting today week. Every Wednesday I will be posting a new Web-Fiction of mine called "Existential Terror and Breakfast". It is about a one Malcolm Steadman and will not follow the exciting moments of his day, but rather the listless and boring moments when he experiences epiphanies both terribly bleak and profound after he fails to busy himself. They will only be about 700 words each (short enough to read while you wait for a bus) and will be my first creative venture outside of comics.

I am super grateful to everyone who has been reading my stuff for as long as you have. I know I fall off the Earth a lot and frankly you guys deserve better. This schedule will be my new law and I promise to bring you guys the stuff you not only like, but deserve. I could not ask for a better audience of people.

Let me know what you guys think of the new site!
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TheTigerMaster Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2017
This is a cute comic (as in the style). It reminds me of a newspaper comic. I think that the idea is quite entertaining but I was not able to follow well the subject you were trying to portray. As I did not really get the ultimate point of the words. I am not sure if I am explaining myself well.
newtonthenewt Featured By Owner Edited Jan 19, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'd ask if this is a Descartes allegory, but then I'd have to try and remember what his candle-wax thought experiment represented. I got nothing.
RevFitz Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2017  Professional Artist
I believe his wax thought experiment was a means to show how uncertain our knowledge of the world is and what physical properties can change (and therefore the definition of the object). This is not an allegory though, candles just look funny on Mr. square's head.
newtonthenewt Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That sounds right.
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