Guest Comic by Drew Mokris

Some men are born with tiny faces, and some have tiny faces thrust upon them.
You may remember just a little while ago I told you about Left-Handed Toons and one half its dream team, Justin Boyd. Well, now the time has come for me to tell you the tale of Drew Mokris. Drew is Justin's partner at Left-Handed Toons. Which, if you're not following closely, means he draws all those comics with his non-dominant hand. Seriously, step back for a second and think about that. Chances are you have trouble even brushing your teeth with your lesser hand, and meanwhile Drew's making this. I'm sure everyone's sick of the whole "How the heck can they draw all this with their left hand? That's amazing." angle, but it's really just that unbelievable. With Left-Handed Toons, this drawing with their left hand isn't even a gimmick. It's as if Drew and Justin one day thought to themselves "Yeah we could entertain thousands of people everyday with our hilarious comics, but where's the challenge?" But of course, that's implying it's even a challenge for them to do this anymore. Which if you look at what Drew makes, it's hard to imagine it is. On top of that, Drew's artistic style matches the whimsy of his jokes incredibly. Looking at his work, you get the sense Drew is able to produce exactly what he was going for in every comic. And let me tell you, that is not an easy thing to do. I mean, look at the above comic. He copied my terrible design of DJ Tinyface to a tee, and yet he integrated is seamlessly into his own style. But Drew's appeal doesn't end at his art. His comics take you on a ride with their whimsy and hilarity, and I can't imagine there exists a person on this Earth that would not find them enjoyable. As far as Drew's other work, he's kind of had his finger in the internet pie for some time. But I think it was obvious from early on that he was destined for greatness.

Also, I'm such a big fan of Left-Handed Toons that I do not apologize for the length of this message.