Telling Our Stories

Apologies for the late upload, Jeff’s Internet went offline moments before the Vancouver Canucks won last night and hasn’t been back until now. We blame Gary Bettman for this. Anyway, hope you enjoy the comic this week and check back next week for Part 3 of Rhett and Kate’s trip to Heroes.

Things You Shouldn’t Ask Strangers

We interrupt our regular scheduled program for a story too good to be true. Yep, this actually happened a few days ago in downtown London. While it’s not the first time someone has simply assumed the girl with Jeff must be his nurse, and likely won’t be the last it happens either, it was definitely… Continue reading Things You Shouldn’t Ask Strangers

To The Lovely Business Owners of London

So, we love local businesses. Because we live downtown we frequent them almost exclusively. But we admit we kind of screwed around with them at last weekend’s Stairbomb (pictures of which can be seen here). Most people we talked to were unfazed, bemused or guiltily–but inactively–peeved by our little prank. But we realize some people… Continue reading To The Lovely Business Owners of London


Frankly, I never thought I’d see the day when Osama bin Laden was captured/killed. He either wasn’t real, kind of like an evil Santa Claus, or he was blown up somewhere in Afghanistan and we’d never find the body. Or he was chillin’ in a ranch with George Bush. But apparently he was real and… Continue reading USA! USA!

A fitting celebration for 1 year online

A year ago today, May 1st 2010, Cripz: A Webcomic went online with its first comic (which you can see here). One of the main questions Clara and Jeff get about the comic is “Why did you decide to make a webcomic about disability?” While there isn’t any one answer, we felt it was an opportunity… Continue reading A fitting celebration for 1 year online