Me and G #012 – Who Made Me

Me and G is a comic series about me and my imaginary friend, God. Every now and again, because there’s often a decent gap between them, I like to refresh people’s memories or point new readers in the direction of the previous Me and G comics.

So here we go: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

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EVERY donation, big or small, will get you a copy of my new PDF booklet, “KinokoFry; Behind the Scenes

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- Rebecca Clements

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There are infinite gods of course. But that doesn’t matter what matters is if you’re gay. Anyway, I’m glad you’re doing gods’ work with your comic :-)


Reading only this cartoon, I’m having a hard time discerning whether the cartoonist is a religious person who has a vague but unrealized notion that God is a fabrication, which would make this comic seem tepidly cutsey-profound, or whether the cartoonist thinks that this actually is funny. If the latter, the know that this kind of confusion exists only intellectually average people.

Or, perhaps, the cartoonist IS a humanist/realist – perhaps the real punch line is that the last frame has NO GOD in it, because since her head popped God exists no more. That’s right, that’s who made Him, YOU did. If THAT’s what you meant, then good job! I give that a 1% of being the case – but now, I haven’t read any of the other comics yet.


though i don’t share the same religious opinion of ms. rebecca, i still love her comics and her social concern… overall, i think she (you) does (do) a great job!

please note that i’m not complaining about the way ms. rebecca makes her comics, i’m merely expressing my opinion, just as she expresses hers…idk, i just think everyone needs to be respectful of each other, indepedently of each other’s religious beliefs.

(sorry for any typos and errors on my writing, english in not my first language D:)


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