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Comic profile: WYIHN!
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Comic language: English
Genre: Real life
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: Yesterday
Number of comics: 90
Number of subscribers: 36
Visitors: 5841 visitors (25808 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.94 (49 votes)

Comic description

A young Christian boy named Matthew runs into a delinquent on his way to school one day, after a bad first impression he runs into this boy once again, and contemplates pressing charges. But being a good boy Matthew believing that everyone should get a second chance, so instead he tries to make a deal, if the delinquent decides to participate in all his religious duties with him and converts to Christianity he won't call the cops on the poor soul. Of course people are more complicated than we sometimes assume, and things don't always go as planned, or so Matthew discovers.


Hi! I'm Bloomer, but I usually go by Bii0 (B-O) kuz I stink at doing things.
My number one priority in life is drawing... and finding a way to make money.
I like stuff.
I really like tomatoes.
I also really like music, and have 9,000+ songs stored on my computer.
Also I'm awkward and not very friendly, but if you wanna chat about something, feel free to. Unfriendly =/= being totally rude and disrespectful.

I also has Tumblr. (Contains stuff that's cooler than anything I can achieve.)
I now have an art tumblr!(NSFW) ART TUMBLR
As well as a rarely undated Deviantart account: MAI DA

Most recent comments left on WYIHN!

27th Aug 2014
A Chick Tract is a religious pamphlet. Mr. Chick made several cartoons to pass out to heathens to try and convert them.
Left on Chapter 2, page 24.
27th Aug 2014
Woah. Ouch. Well things aren't looking better for him, that's for sure. 0_0;
Left on Chapter 2, page 24.
27th Aug 2014
Gawd I can't believe how much trouble I'm having, like wtf! So the first 3 weeks after my last update I decided to put all drawing aside to study for a test for my job (which I spoke about on my 'sometimes1stuff' tumblr thing), I totally failed despite studying my ass off but after that I came down with a weird head-cold. Gave me all kind of retinal migraines and couldn't focus on anything without getting a headache, not sure if it just lasted for a while or what, but I couldn't get around to doing anything and I still have a super obnoxious migraine.
So, sorry guys, I've been trying to get this done but I was just having a bit of trouble along the way. If similar things happen again I will attempt to update about it on the blog I mentioned.

I should totally get into the horror movie business, that last scene is the perfect generic "ooooo scary!" scene you see in 90% of scary ghost movies.
What Julian sees is not supernatural, he's just off his nut a bit. (OR IS IT SUPERNATURAL!!!! -queues x-files theme-)

This migraine is kinda getting to me, so I'm going to go drug up and make it worse by studying... or lay down maybe if that fails.


@Alicia: Yes, never rob someone conservatively religious, you will be destroyed by the entire town by the next day. (Julian was lucky because he gets hammy sympathy points for having a stereotypically sad background with no parents to guide him on the right path to being a good Christian)

Pfffff thank you! I try... sometimes maybe!

@bejjinks: Heavens no! My brain is not sophisticated enough for those kind of powerfully, original stories. (also there aren't enough chicks in this story for that, it's almost a total sausagefest)
But what'chu talkin about? Shoving food in peoples faces is totally the coolest Christian thing to do these days, all the totally hip, popular kids do it. Matt's a kool kat, he gets all da ladies with that level of sick skillz! -flips on shades-
Left on Chapter 2, page 24.
3rd Aug 2014
Certainly not a chick tract. Not a very Christian thing to shove a cracker down a throat.
Left on Chapter 2, page 23.
3rd Aug 2014
This was hilarious.
Left on Chapter 1, page 60.