Grease Bats: New New Year’s Resolution

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I'm a cartoonist living in Minneapolis. Co-Author and artist of A Quick And Easy Guide To They/Them Pronouns. Author of Grease Bats, coming out Fall 2019 with Boom! Studios! If I'm not working I'm socializing. If I'm not out with friends I'm drawing. If I'm not doing any of those things I'm probably depressed. Support me using Patreon.

Archie has written 117 articles for us.


  1. As a kitchen bottom married to another kitchen bottom who works longer hours than me, I’ve had to learn some cooking skills out of necessity, but ughhhh I just want a plate of nice food to appear in front of me the instant I feel hungry please and thank you. It’s 2020 where are our Star Trek food replicators and Jetsons robot helpers already

  2. This is so precious and as someone who LOVES cooking but HATES dishes, I even found it a tiny bit relatable ;) I always make time for selfies though, even if I have to pull a pan off the heat for a minute to slow down the cooking process!!!

  3. Uh, I literally food prepped all day today as part of a resolution thing. 😬

    Fun fact, though, garlic supposedly shares smell properties with vaginal fluid which, again, supposedly, makes it a favorite ingredient in lesbionic minded households?

  4. The only time in my life that I might have been able to relate to this was just after I left the final job of my professional cooking career, but I was seriously burnt out at the time. Now (years, and a completely unrelated bachelors degree during which I cooked for myself all the time, later) it baffles me that there are people who hate cooking. I love cooking for myself. I will only cook for other people if I damned well feel like it. In all these years, I’ve never once felt like it.

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