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Beck Martin Beck
The lead character of our tale. Beck has recently graduated from college and he’s living in an apartment with his best friend and ex girlfriend (how sitcom-ish!). With no luck finding a job in his chosen field Beck falls ass backwards into a job at the Local Comic Shop(LCS, get it?), almost as if it were destined to be.
Ed Ed Adams
Beck’s best friend and roommate. Ed’s carefree attitude and lack of anything resembling shame or common sense invariably lead him and his friends into wacky schemes and idiotic stunts. He also has a fondness for wear costumes
Mickey Michiko “Mickey” Tezuka
Beck’s lesbian ex-girlfriend who came out of the closet mid-coitus. The two have maintained a strong friendship and now live together. Unlike Beck, she is still a senior in college.
Everett Everett Williams
The Randall to Beck’s Dante. Everett is Beck’s vitriolic coworker at The Stack. Always ready to voice his opinion and sling insults when he deems necessary. It’s ALWAYS necessary.
Grace Grace Perez
The girl from the Local Coffee Shop (Hey LCS that works too) who falls for Ed’s buffoonery and becomes his special lady friend.
Katie Katie Eisner
The daughter of the Stack’s former owner. What she lack in comic book knowledge she makes up for by being business savvy and a tough employer.


Supporting Characters

Don Eisner
BobBob Bob’s Wife
Nathan Houde
Neil Neil
Erin Adams
Professor Whiskers


#20: Back on the Horse

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Mike: So apparently in High School on May 4th, 2005 my senior year our school had a thing where we would write a letter to ourselves and it would be delivered five years from then. I had received this letter while drawing this comic. So lets reveal some highlights: “Dear my future, now present, self, How’s it hangin’? Hope all is well in the now present future.” (I refer to and from myself using as many time tenses as possible) “So do I think this is just as stupid to write in the now present?” (yes) Now usually when I’m forced to write something like this I tend to just write the first thing on my mind, one of these horribly depressed me, “I also hope Spider-man 3 would be wicked sweet as expected” Oh young me, so full of hope…

Overall this really doesn’t amaze me or fill me with nostalgic feelings. I do chuckle at my sense of humor and the random tidbits I threw in, but overall I still know my personality has not changed in the past decade, I’m just a little wiser and a lot older. The only thing this made me go “wow” was remember I am now living at the time when the United States has a black present, something I would not expect seeing until I was much older. In fact saying that we have a black president still brings a smile to my face. So even though I haven’t change and probably won’t change that much five years from now. It still gives my hope that the future may be just a little bit better.

James: I didn’t write myself a letter 5 years ago. So I don’t have much to add.

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