Never Say Die

It’s been a bittersweet month. I’ve relished the time off from making comics, yet at the same time I’ve missed it as well. I’m not committing to a schedule, or a full return to the “scene”, but from time to time (when I feel like it) you’ll probably see some comics on the site.

Meanwhile, PCW Book 2: It Tastes Better With Ketchup is proceeding right along. I’ve put together 40 pages of strips and extra material.

Enjoy!

-Krishna

About the author

Krishna Sadasivam creates custom comics and illustrations for organizations, magazines and companies. A champion of comics advocacy, Krishna speaks, blogs, and writes articles on illustration and sequential arts techniques and the importance of the comics medium in both education and brand awareness. His clients have included Microsoft, Mashable, Other World Computing and EE Times. His work has been featured on many notable websites, including TechCrunch, Gizmodo and CNET. His portfolio can be found at krishnadraws.com.

  • tmcelmurry

    I’ve got an old friend of mine that I could totally see doing this. He still has his Commodore 64 and a whole case of games and applications with it. Bob’s “Translation” is hysterical. Great strip Krishna and great to see a new strip on the site. Enjoy the time off and thank you for sharing a new PCWeenies with us today.

  • http://www.pcweenies.com Krishna

    Thank *you* TM, for reading!

  • http://www.thecheckeredman.com thecheckeredman

    LOL! I just read about this ‘puter a few days back! How timely! =o)

  • Mark

    This is hilarious! I think it’s great.

  • http://artpatient.com delos

    C64′s were a great computer for the time. I imagine some of the games are still interesting to play, they had quite a variety.

  • http://mylifeinthetrenches.com Tim

    I *knew* you couldn’t stay retired! Thanks for the new art today.
    I’m so happy I won’t point out the typo… as an Nvidia fanboy… must… resist.

  • Krishna

    good catch, Tim. I’ll a-fix it. ;)

  • http://kevinrubin.blogspot.com Kevin Rubin

    It strikes me that the new Commodore 64 isn’t really a 64… Speaking of “smell the nostalgia” my father got me a used Commodore 64 in the late 90′s (my first one, that we ordered in the early 80′s never came and in the meantime I got into Apples and PCs and Macintoshes…) but the previous owner was such a heavy smoker that simply typing on the C64′s keyboard for a few minutes would leave my fingers stinking of stale cigarettes…