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Comic profile: Kay and P
Kay and P
Life when your best friend is a skeleton. - Updates Tuesdays and Thursdays!
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Content flags: Sexual ContentStrong LanguageNudity
Comic language: English
Genre: Comedy
Activity status: Active
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Last update: Today
Number of comics: 654
Number of subscribers: 411
Visitors: 576618 visitors (4446942 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.98 (1579 votes)

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Kay is a college student who's passions are music and the arts, which probably makes her wacky enough... but also there is her best friend - a skeleton no one else can see, named P.


Jackie M
Jackie M
A graduate of Montserrat College of Art, Beverly MA, Jackie is a comic illustrator who also specializes in character design. She has a varied body of work ranging in several styles for any need. She also accepts private commissions.

Her comic, Kay and P is about a musician with a skeleton as a best friend.

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Most recent comments left on Kay and P

17th Jan 2017
Turns out to be a copy of a D&D monster manual with a different cover.
Left on Kay and P, Issue 20: Page 28
17th Jan 2017
I really, really want to read that book.
Left on Kay and P, Issue 20: Page 28
Jackie M
17th Jan 2017
Jackie M
She can be taught!

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© 2017 J. Musto. No reproduction, copy, or use without prior authorization from the owner.
Left on Kay and P, Issue 20: Page 28
Pibbles (Guest)
16th Jan 2017
Its filled with Spiders. Flying Spiders.
Left on Kay and P, Issue 20: Page 27
Fallingfeather (Guest)
16th Jan 2017
Just archive binged the archives! I LOVE this comic! I also really like how you didnt rush to get to the urban fantasy part and spent a lot of time dwelling on how Kay dealt with just Peaches (and no one else being able to see him)- it really gave a lot of great depth to her character! (Though I am curious- why is it that some individuals like Peaches don't show up at all to humans, while others like Juan show up as completely human? Where is the line drawn?)
Left on Kay and P, Issue 20: Page 27