Otto Wilcox is content with his lackluster life until his fate becomes entangled with that of Jupiter, a robot who's lived on earth since the year 1000 AD.
Updates one to three times a week, full color.
Every time I reach $20, I'll draw an additional page to post for the week.
Must've been a very large sum. Weren't the days before caller ID magical?
I have a feeling this isn't the last time Otto's going to hear whatever that offer was.
I chose my dialogue and expressions carefully so that I wouldn't have to resort to the unrealistic cliche of having Otto repeat everything the person on the other line is saying. I guess I could've drawn a speech balloon coming out of the phone so you could actually "hear" what's being said as an alternate to this, but I think the mystery of the person on the other line is better this way.
Drawing the expressions was fun. We go from irritation, to surprise, to incredulousness, to sarcasm.
I really like those changes in expression from panel to panel. It's great!