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Comic profile: Cork and Blotto
Cork and Blotto
Drunken musical circus.
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Content flags: Sexual ContentStrong LanguageNudity
Comic language: English
Genre: Comedy
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: Yesterday
Number of comics: 167
Number of subscribers: 96
Visitors: 24037 visitors (92509 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (1890 votes)

Comic description

Two best friends working to succeed as record producers. Join our booze soaked road to hell!

Authors

Stever
Stever
Hiya! I'm the cartoonist known as Stever. Part Loch Ness Monster and part Sasquatch. I've been spotted near the colder upper regions of the midwestern United States. There are known to be a few grainy black and white photos showing me in my natural habitat.

Most recent comments left on Cork and Blotto

Stever
21st Oct 2017
Stever
You bet! Cheers!!
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jackbauer
21st Oct 2017
jackbauer
Thanks, I was hoping to set mine apart some way.
I can't wait to get there.
And good luck to you!
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Stever
21st Oct 2017
Stever
That's awesome! I think adding the stories and real pictures will set yours apart as something more unique. As always good luck, I know how tough it can be sometimes, but when your standing there with a physical copy of your book, it all seems worth it.
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jackbauer
21st Oct 2017
jackbauer
True! As soon as I have enough content, I'm going to see about self-publishing a book and start going to local comic conventions. I have an idea to include the comics, stories about how each comic came to be (because they are all based in truth) and real pictures of my dog Jack. I was talking to an artist at the Great Lakes Comic con and he said it took 10 years for his stuff to get noticed online! Now he's doing really good and keeping busy!
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Stever
21st Oct 2017
Stever
I definitely think that some people have better skills that I when it comes to sharing their stuff over social media. I guess what I found is that most people are more than willing to be a fan of something online, but it's not that easy of a transition to getting them to open up their wallet and buy something.
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