Pretend Rummaging

The last Hell, Inc. strip of 2019! I kind of want to make a “Property of Hell, Inc. Mandatory Athletics Department” t-shirt, which I now have the capability to do because I have a Teepublic store. Leave a comment or send me an email or whatever if that’s a thing you’d be interested in.


Brien Aronov is Employee of the Week, and so can you! If you think what I do here with Hell, Inc. is worth a buck, you can be shouted out as Employee of the Week upon joining the Hell, Inc. Patreon. At $2 or higher, you enter the regular rotation. Got a thing to promote? I’ll link to it in your shoutout.

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Next Week: Back in the office, where things will assuredly be better. Read it early on Patreon!

Home Run

Merry Christmas, everyone! Slightly early, but a lot of you seem to like reading this on Wednesday, and it’s Monday, so close enough. I shall be spending my day finishing my Christmas shopping and wrapping presents because apparently making comics is the only thing I can stay ahead of schedule for.

Baseball: the only sport worthy of Hell, because it takes eons and nothing happens. But it IS funny when a pitcher gets hit with a ball they’ve just thrown.


Joe Amon is Employee of the Week, probably so Hell, Inc. can pretend that making him work this week isn’t hideously cruel. Does Joe actually work this week? I don’t know. You should support the Hell, Inc. Patreon so YOU can be Employee of the Week, and so I can pay for this whole “Christmas” thing.

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Next Week: It was hard to try to come up with something grosser than chewing tobacco, and I don’t know if I got there. Read it early on Patreon!