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Comic profile: Jillpoke Bohemia
Jillpoke Bohemia
A webcomic
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Content flags: Sexual Content
Comic language: English
Genre: Comedy
Activity status: On hiatus
Archive url: Visit archive
Statistics
Last update: 27th Jul 2017
Number of comics: 266
Number of subscribers: 18
Visitors: 25324 visitors (113166 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.97 (130 votes)

Comic description

Jillpoke Bohemia is a meta-comic about Darby and Kieran, a country-punk musical duo (and on-again, off-again lovers) based in Portland, Maine. In the tradition of the Hernandez brothers' Love and Rockets and other indie comics, Jillpoke is an edgy feature that does not shy from sexual situations or topical/political issues.

Authors

Jillpoke
I am a married, would-be-novelist-turned cartoonist living in the hinterland that is northern Maine. I'm a 1994 graduate of the University of Maine at Presque Isle, with a degree in English. I work by day as hospital warehouse clerk to subsidize my current obsession, which is writing and drawing the comic strip Jillpoke Bohemia.

Most recent comments left on Jillpoke Bohemia

Katina Cooper (Guest)
27th Jul 2017
I'll keep checking back. Who knows, Maybe Vlad will get tired of his puppet and release the pee tapes where he is above Trumdy Dumpty who has his mouth open.
Left on Testing the Waters
Katina Cooper (Guest)
20th Jul 2017
It was definitely for the band. Typical man, thinking about only one thing. Maybe one day, he'll learn.
Left on Jumping the Gun
Katina Cooper (Guest)
14th Jul 2017
He is now gonna have nightmares all night. Good. He deserves them for what he just said.
Left on Withdraw and Retreat
Jillpoke
6th Sep 2015
Enjoy, Katina. I will probably be re-uploading a lot of them to Comics Sherpa, but this is the site to visit if you want to read a bunch at a time.
Left on "Straight Edge?"
Katina Cooper (Guest)
6th Sep 2015
There are quite a few of these to read. At least I have time on the week-end to read them.
Left on "Straight Edge?"