Anyone who has been around some Warrant Officers knows they are not only technical and tactical experts in their field, but can be sarcastically funny. Had the pleasure of learning from some of the best like Scotty J during my time as a junior Warrant Officer. While drawing this comic it originally started off asa two panel comic with the Lieutenant basically going psycho in the next panel holding a rifle and wearing lipstick. This was inspired by a Napoleon Bonaparte Lieutenant we once had, who let’s just say was not playing with a full deck. Anyways, after much debate I made the change to just a simple one panel. Here is the original comic below. So which one is better? Would love to hear your comments and feedback. Thank you!
To pay tribute to Warrant Officers and their over 100 years of service to our country (1918 -2018) here are a few cool things I found. Still looking for some cool bourbon glasses with the Warrant Officer crest though…
The Things Our Father’s Saw is other first hand accounts of the “war over there” and Rick Atkinson’s Pulitzer Prize books on WWII like the Guns Last Light (a three part series) are simply amazing. All four books are definite must reads in my opinion.
Also, I just published my first comic book, “The Korean Affair” about North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-un. From yearning for McDonald’s to planning the destruction of the American fleet at the hands of his mighty armada, these comics take a look at what it’s really like to be a megalomaniacal jackass with a penchant for fast food and Hollywood flicks.
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