Well, this is a treat. Looking for something else, I stumbled across something I had drawn from 1993. I was 10 years old. A page of Sunday Comics. The second one. I knew where the first one was. The first one just had "TO PUT ON SUNDAY" written on it. Put where? I don't remember. There was no internet to put it on. And even if there was, I had no scanner in 1993. Well, anyway, found the second page. This one DID have a date: June 6, 1993. These pages had three comics each: "Bill & George," "Barney" about a fat guy named Barney, and "The Near Side," which is well, pretty self-explanatory. Looking back, I didn't spell "dachshund" nor "aisle" correctly. (I just now tried to spell it dachsund, but that isn't correct either! Remember kids, you CAN get through school without spelling dachshund right!) Well, the aisle one I can see making that mistake, spelling it "aile" because there's a silent s in there. Well, anyway, I plan to make these every Sunday again, and now I actually have a place to put them (Even though I'll still make my other daily comic. This is in addition.) I know people couldn't care less about drawings of a 10-year-old kid, but i still get a kick out of stuff I made in the mid-90s. But if on the off-chance you DO care: http://www.atari2600land.com/comix/ is where you'll find them.