2012-01-03-Of-Reunions-and-CeleryGreetings shifty Fold!

It’s a new year, and we’ve gone a long time without introducing any new characters. And, I’m going to go out on a limb and say that this Rob character has been around since the beginning. Making him a shape-shifter means that he can literally be anything in the background. A couch, a phone booth, a car… the point is he’s been around the whole time. Just let that knowledge wash over you like a river over a stone. It’s really not important.

What is important is that these comics were majorly written by a friend of mine that recently realized how awesome the comic was. He actually wrote a good portion of the next few weeks’ strips, and a while back, he sent me in some guest strips that were pretty funny too (here and here)!



Brian Russell

Brian Russell is a visual storyteller and illustrator. In 2007, Brian started the webcomic, The Underfold, blending his strange mix of geeky passions and his wacky sense of humor often leading to the most random of places. Since then, Brian has begun expanding The Underfold into a brand by Kickstarting a children's book about dinosaurs (What I Remember About Dinosaurs); starting a long-form series (The Ultimate Underfold); and beginning work on a new graphic novel (TBD)!

He is also a husband and a father (of two!) which he loves!

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  1. NintendoLegend

    He’s been around the whole time? And he could’ve been ANYTHING?! Well I’m just not sure whether to be creeped out at the possibilities of the past or excited for the potential of the future. Or, as I typically pick: Both.

  2. Anonymous

    For a moment, I thought your greeting was not the word “shifty” and it positively shocked me. Then I looked again. Shock averted!

  3. Jackson

     My, the continuity is especially retroactive today.

    In all seriousness, though, this is brilliant. And celery! “So the celery isn’t his natural shape?” “No! He shifted it!”

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