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  1. Frank Haba GoComics Pro Member commented on Small Nerdy Creatures 13 days ago

    I’ll ring you up as soon as I find a save point!

  2. Frank Haba GoComics Pro Member commented on Small Nerdy Creatures 13 days ago

    This is totally autobiographical. Me at work every day.

  3. Frank Haba GoComics Pro Member commented on Small Nerdy Creatures about 1 month ago

    Thanks for the feedback! On both Facebook and my website you can click on the cartoon to see it full-sized and I sometimes forget that isn’t possible here at Sherpa. I will try to take this into consideration in future strips.

  4. Frank Haba GoComics Pro Member commented on Small Nerdy Creatures about 1 month ago

    Yes! Just saw it the other day on the big screen in fact. When the Millennium Falcon swooped in at the end I felt like I was five years old again!

  5. Frank Haba GoComics Pro Member commented on Small Nerdy Creatures about 1 month ago

    Thanks Brad! I enjoyed him so much myself I think we will see him end up being a recurring background character. I’m curious what he is working so intently on. I think maybe he is writing a screenplay.

  6. Frank Haba GoComics Pro Member commented on Small Nerdy Creatures 2 months ago

    Thanks, Happy New Year!

  7. Frank Haba GoComics Pro Member commented on Small Nerdy Creatures 5 months ago

    That’s my philosophy!

  8. Frank Haba GoComics Pro Member commented on Pirate Mike 5 months ago

    Alas I can sympathize with poor Mike all too well!

  9. Frank Haba GoComics Pro Member commented on Small Nerdy Creatures 5 months ago

    Marty knows ’em all! Like a proper hipster, he prides himself on being a Whovian “before it was cool!”

  10. Frank Haba GoComics Pro Member commented on Small Nerdy Creatures 6 months ago

    Keen observers will note this is a reworked version of the strip from Monday 8/25. That strip, which was done under duress with little coffee and no laptop (or Manga Studio), did not accurately reflect the work of Fletcher H. Dog, and for that I apologize. So I am proud to now present the corrected, final version of the first strip in Fletcher’s cartoon opus, “The Dog Who Drank Entirely Too Much Coffee’”