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Lazy Wolf: The Series (pt. 8) photo
June 5, 2016 | Sunday Comics, Lazy Wolf

Lazy Wolf: The Series (pt. 8)

Alex Jiang

[Previously on... Part 7 :: Part 6 :: Part 5 :: Part 4 :: Part 3 :: Part... more

Lazy Wolf: The Series (pt. 7) photo
May 15, 2016 | Sunday Comics, Lazy Wolf

Lazy Wolf: The Series (pt. 7)

Alex Jiang

Hello, I'm the wise giraffe. Tell me how and why you came here.

Lazy Wolf: The Series (pt. 6) photo
March 13, 2016 | Sunday Comics, Lazy Wolf

Lazy Wolf: The Series (pt. 6)

Alex Jiang

[Previously on... Part 5 :: Part 4 :: Part 3 :: Part 2 :: Part 1] Last time the... more

Lazy Wolf: The Series (pt. 5) photo
February 7, 2016 | Sunday Comics, Lazy Wolf

Lazy Wolf: The Series (pt. 5)

Alex Jiang

[Previously on... Part 4 :: Part 3 :: Part 2 :: Part 1] Here's what happened. Lt'... more

Lazy Wolf: The Series (pt. 4) photo
December 20, 2015 | Sunday Comics, Lazy Wolf

Lazy Wolf: The Series (pt. 4)

Alex Jiang

[Previously on... Part 3 :: Part 2 ::  Part 1] Last time, Lt. Pup got Mental-bombed by a Cat spy and... more

Lazy Wolf: The Series (pt. 3) photo
November 15, 2015 | Sunday Comics, Lazy Wolf

Lazy Wolf: The Series (pt. 3)

Alex Jiang

[Previously on... Part 2 ::  Part 1]  

Lazy Wolf: The Series (pt. 2) photo
September 27, 2015 | Sunday Comics, Lazy Wolf

Lazy Wolf: The Series (pt. 2)

Alex Jiang

[Previously on... Part 1]  

Lazy Wolf: The Series photo
August 30, 2015 | Sunday Comics, Lazy Wolf

Lazy Wolf: The Series

Alex Jiang

Lazy Wolf Comics photo
July 31, 2015 | Lazy Wolf

Lazy Wolf Comics

Alex Jiang

Why is there shattered glass?

It's from a light bulb.

Lazy Wolf Comics photo
June 12, 2015 | Lazy Wolf

Lazy Wolf Comics

Alex Jiang

Do you think Buffalo Wings are good?

What a Weird Game of Dominoes: A Conversation with Alex Jiang  photo
June 12, 2015 | Lazy Wolf, Interview

What a Weird Game of Dominoes: A Conversation with Alex Jiang 

Pat Siebel

Last fall, Aaron tweeted something about accepting a few comics from a nine... more

Lazy Wolf Comics photo
May 8, 2015 | Lazy Wolf

Lazy Wolf Comics

Alex Jiang

I created my own Rube Goldberg machine!

Lazy Wolf Comics photo
March 27, 2015 | Lazy Wolf

Lazy Wolf Comics

Alex Jiang

  What is a Z   Eye-phones, Cell-phones, and maybe Pie-phones  

Lazy Wolf Comics photo
February 28, 2015 | Lazy Wolf

Lazy Wolf Comics

Alex Jiang

I'm the codebreaker from Lambchop-eating, Advanced, Crazy Spys. Or L.A.Z.Y.

Lazy Wolf Comics photo
January 30, 2015 | Lazy Wolf

Lazy Wolf Comics

Alex Jiang

I learned about food chains today...

Lazy Wolf -- Christmas Special photo
December 25, 2014 | Lazy Wolf

Lazy Wolf -- Christmas Special

Alex Jiang

Shining lights and beautiful balls,
turning night as darkness crawls.

3 More Lazy Wolf Comics photo
October 17, 2014 | Comics, Lazy Wolf

3 More Lazy Wolf Comics

Alex Jiang

Here's your spagetti and wheat-balls. Don't worry...it won't taste bad.

3 Lazy Wolf Comics photo
September 1, 2014 | Comics, Lazy Wolf

3 Lazy Wolf Comics

Alex Jiang

Hmmm... When Butcher Bear was murdered, he was probably cutting meat.

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“I’ll read anything Chloe Caldwell writes...  WOMEN is an urgent reminder that narrative is how we make sense of obsession.”
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