He's green, mean, rude, crude, not lame, not tame, and other rhyming
He likes to make money, and... I'm drawing a blank.
Well, that's pretty much
all he wants. Besides Tetris. He loves
He started off being fat and lazy, but then I said "Screw
that!" and now he's not.
So basically, I have Peter and Chris, with almost identical
Yay for laziness. Peter is slightly more willing to let
Bobby do what he wants.
as long as it doesn't affect Peter, Bobby can blow up an orphanage
for all he
cares. Chris is a different story.
Chris is a lot like me. Actually he's not at all like
me. I lied. I betrayed you.
I spit on your face and you like it. Now I take off my
AHEM! Enough of that! Chris is high strung and
doesn't let Bobby do anything.
Dylan and Marty:
I explained their roles in the comic
I introduced them in, but I didn't really describe how they differ from each
other. Dylan is the one who comes up with the ideas, and always has an
optimistic attitude. Marty is the guy who has to do everything, and has a
more realistic outlook. Basically bad stuff happens to Marty. Either
way, Marty and Dylan both emerged from side characters, but now have a recurring
role. They both, coincidentally, are very easy to draw.
Kevin the fork:
Named after myself, Kevin is the
ruler of Hell's Kitchen. He had to take Bobby there once, and let him out
because he couldn't stand him. Also inspired by Phil, the prince of
insufficient light from the comic Dilbert. Now Kevin, tell us-
What? But we just starte- Okay, fine, we're leaving.
Apparently Kevin doesn't really want to talk to us right no- Kevin.
Calm down. Put the gun down. See? My hand is on the
door. I am opening it. Goodbye now. Okay, Kevin is really
pissed. Last time I give surprise visits...
I have a lot of extras. If you can name them all, you
probably spend too much
time on my site. (I actually made one of these guys up on
the spot, so I could