Listen, if you didn’t want to melt your skin off, you shouldn’t have assumed a shower in Hell would be less hot than the water cooler in Hell. Also, the first panel took a lot of time, because I pulled up all of the previous appearances of Doug’s apartment and used them to kluge together what the layout of his apartment could be. I realized that it had a hallway, so I needed to be a bit careful with making sure it didn’t end up being to big. Nobody in Hell should have a spacious, Friends-style apartment. Really, even having a one bedroom-one bathroom like Doug is probably too much, but I didn’t think it all the way through when I only needed to draw parts of some rooms.
Sylvia Douglas is Employee of the Week, and is returning to her weirdest and most delicious project, the Waffle Log Blog. If you think what I do here with Hell, Inc. is worth a buck, head over to the Hell, Inc. Patreon. Until COVID-related lockdown ends, patrons will receive the third Hell, Inc. book, Team-building Exercise, which isn’t available anywhere else (and won’t be until whenever the next print book Kickstarter happens at some point in the future). There are also over a thousand pages of other comics available to patrons, so check those out. Patreon. Go there.
Hell, Inc. is also on Top Webcomics, and a lot of new readers are driven to the site through the visibility provided by climbing the rankings over there. You can vote for Hell, Inc. by clicking the banner below!
Next Week: We’re friiiiiiiiends. Read it early on Patreon!