[ ED. NOTE: One cartoon turned into five, then ten, then one hundred, and then a few hundred. Two great pals launched something just to entertain themselves and their friends, and the LRT juggernaut grew from there.
But it’s time to move on. Angela bought a tract of ranch land in Alberta and is going to establish a wildlife preserve for mythical beasts. I accepted a new job, and will be moving to Tibet to be the curator of the Dali Lama’s personal comic book collection. Dara the Intern graduated university and is off to explore the world. Wernher is retiring, and Rosalita took a position as a cleaning lady at the JLA headquarters. Jeff and Gary have reconciled their differences and have leased an apartment in Brooklyn which is actually smaller than their last pod. Mike from Accounting took our “swear jar” to a Coinstar machine several weeks ago and hasn’t been heard from since. And MegaHyperGlobalCorp has agreed to drop their pending lawsuit against us, provided we never make fun of them again.
So you see, things change. And today marks the final installment of Low Resolution Theatre.
We have had a felonious amount of fun doing this comic over the last 13 months, and we love all of you very much (yes, all 9000 Tumblr followers and the additional hundreds of RSS subscribers and casual readers). Thank you all for your support and readership, and we hope that if you liked Low Resolution Theatre, that you’ll seek out and follow our individual projects as well.
What? No, I am not. Angela is just eating onions in the breakroom again, that’s all.
Deepest love and dinosaur squeezes,
Tony & Angela ]