The First Comic
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The First Comic
The ‘I’ in Least I Could Do, Rayne is a narcisst with severe delusions of grandeur, with an unfortunately huge amount of disposable income.
Time to Jump
Roomate, teacher, long-suffering wife. Rayne’s oldest friend, John and he have grown apart in recent years but slowly, are rebuilding their adult relationship. That sounds a lot worse than I meant it.
Short for Melissa, Issa is dating a dude who looks like Archie Andrews (though less likely to have a threesome). Issa has been friends with the boys as long as anyone and tends to be the little sister to everyone… the little sister you think about improperly. Feeling It
Red Headed Stepmom
Issa Needs a Job
Described by many (not really) as a Fat Ninja, Mick works a producer at the local television station and enjoys chips recreationally.
Meeting Mick’s Mom
Married. 3 kids (2 of them at the same time). Struggling to find the will to live.
Breaking international laws on child labour, Urchin lives somewhere in Rayne’s house and acts as his manservant. Speaks with a British accent.
War With Goofy
Rayne’s girlfriend. When it comes to adventure, fun and the ability to be awesome, Julie is the only one who can go toe-to-toe with Rayne. Just watch out for her Dad, Wild Bill!
A Match made In The Heavens
Rayne’s loyal work assistant. She is a being of eternal patience. She has to be, considering how many hours a day she spends as Rayne’s foil and confidant.
Cover For Me!
She’s Not A Doctor
Rayne’s niece who recently experienced a growth spurt. Rayne likes to think of himself as Ashley’s mentor, but it’s debatable considering how much he learns from being around her.
I Have a What Now?
Girl, You’ll be a Woman Soon