Webcomic profile: Downscale
Downscale
When a snake is loose in an apartment building...
Last update: Today, 4:24 AM

Webcomic description

Aspen is one strange snake. Her species is undetermined, she can speak with humans (tho very few know this), and she has a tentative friendship with a rat. Together they frequent the walls of an apartment building, coming out for food...and discovering what else matters to them.

Authors

Stephen Gilberg
Stephen Gilberg
Born in 1982, I have lived most of my life in the D.C. area. As an editor, I don't mind people pointing out the rare occasions for mistakes in my dialog.

This is the third site to host the comic I've written and drawn since 2007. It involves animals at a low level of anthropomorphism, so you shouldn't have to be into "furry" to enjoy it.


Most recent comments left on Downscale

Stephen Gilberg
I hope you can tell that's a smallish sponge. And they're using it only for a clean(ing) purpose.
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Stephen Gilberg
I considered posting this message only on SJ, but its presence here should make things easier for late arrivals from SJ to pick up where they left off.
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Stephen Gilberg
Thank you, J.R.R. Tolkien, for calling attention to the peculiar nature of the term "eavesdropping."
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Stephen Gilberg
I can hardly believe I forgot to include peanut butter the first time I uploaded this strip.
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Stephen Gilberg
Good thing "jam" doesn't seem to differ in meaning by continent, like "jelly." Then again, PBJs seem to be uniquely American....
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