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Comic profile: Cubicle
Cubicle
A prison of three walls, preparing to be broken
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Content flags: Violent ContentStrong LanguageNudity
Comic language: English
Genre: Drama
Activity status: Discontinued/Completed
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 25th Apr 2011
Number of comics: 63
Number of subscribers: 3
Visitors: 13633 visitors (266964 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (1 votes)

Comic description

Glen is your average office drone. He has worked in a cubicle at Office Inc. for several years. However, Glen also feels repressed by his workplace, and one day, he will let it out.

Written by Tony Kinnard(elektro)
Drawn by Alex Korbey(Genejoke)

Authors

Genejoke
Genejoke
Meh!
elektro
elektro
I am still active with comics, just not over the internet lately. I've been making print comic books, but when I do get the chance to make something different, I post it in Elektro's Comic Anthology. Come and check it out, and read some of the other older stuff on here as well.

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Most recent comments left on Cubicle

Genejoke
14th Sep 2011
Genejoke
pretty much...
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Genejoke
3rd Aug 2011
Genejoke
no, it's frriutcake. get it right.
Left on Page 62
man_lick69
3rd Aug 2011
man_lick69
i read the part behind the main text as

"and a friutcake"
....am I actually right?
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elektro
25th Apr 2011
elektro
"And now, the end is near,
And so I face the final curtain.
My friends, I'll say it clear;
I'll state my case of which I'm certain."

Meanwhile, somewhere in the Philippines, someone died thanks to that previous paragraph.

But seriously, this is it. After almost two years in the making, Cubicle is complete. Thanks to everyone who commented on this comic. Most of all, special thanks go out to Genejoke for taking on the project and sticking with it to the end.

As for the final text boxes here, think of them as Glen's last thoughts just before he succumbs to the gunshots. Also, in a twisted way, Glen is right. How many people still talk about evil sons-of-bitches like Ed Gein, Jeffery Dahmer, and John Wayne Gacy to this day even though all of these people are long dead? In a sense, they're still alive because their horrible crimes still captivate people to this day, inspiring movies, television, and books. It's screwed up how the world works.
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Filthy Assistant
8th Apr 2011
Filthy Assistant
i had the same reaction as malefic
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