Residue Comics appeared regularly in Minneapolis publications from 1994 to 2007, mostly in a weekly format.
The Pittsburgh-based web-magazine URBAN VELO published Residue Comics, and its spin-off comic Residue Comics TNG, from 2008 through 2011 semi-monthly, in limited-run hard-copy. The online versions are still available.
Residue Comics is no longer published on a regular schedule.
There are currently 10 zine-format collections of Residue Comics, which include strips through the early aughts. There are several years worth of weekly strips packed away in boxes at the Residue Tower, that may appear in a collection some day.
Meanwhile, I continue to doodle between various steady(square) jobs, creating posters, logos, t-shirt designs, even the occasional Residue Comics strip. Sometimes, that work appears on this blog.
I ride a bicycle to get where I'm going, and sometimes I draw comics when I get there. I'll take the scenic route, and may stop to climb a tree on the way. So don't be surprised if I'm a few minutes late.
My comics are sometimes crass, often blasphemous, frequently topical, but mostly funny. I'm inspired by personal experiences, as well as world events.