Why Sad Robots?

I guess the question is "Why not?" I grew up with inspirations like Bill Watterson, Gary Larson, and Bizarro. I think Calvin and Hobbes is perhaps the most iconic 'comics as commentary' series that fits that format. It's more than a comic, it's more than whimsical. It's gut-punching childhood memories wrapped in beautiful art in two styles (cartoonish and detailed) in the hands and style of a genius adult.

I guess I want to be like Bill Watterson and make some form of memorable comic that will outlast my own existence. I want to leave behind some observations about life in a way that people would enjoy.

Thanks for entertaining me with your time.


R. Carnie Littlefield