Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Why can't I find your name anywhere?
A: I've kept identifying details off of the site in part to protect those who are featured in my comics, and in part because I kind of have a thing about being easily findable on the Internet. But all you really need to know about me is here.
Q: How true to life are your comics?
A: Most of them are painfully accurate. The inspiration for Juxta(mal)positions, for example, was this photo of me inadvertently holding my cousin's new baby at gunpoint. This sort of thing happens to me often enough that I rarely need to embellish.
Q: Do you hate babies?
A: I do not! I quite like them, in fact.
Q: Can I see which posts are featured on League wares without having to browse the store?
A: Yup! They are gathered together here.
Q: May I request a product from the League Store if it's not there already?
A: Please do! The store, hosted by Zazzle.com, is a print-on-demand dealio and it's pretty easy for me to add new designs and products, so if there's something you'd like to see just let me know. I can usually make items available within 24 hours.
Q: How do I find a specific post?
A: The SEARCH feature in the upper right corner of the page is super handy, especially if you remember the post's title or a keyword. Otherwise, the archives are a good place to browse by date or general category. And if you happen to be looking for one of the twelve most viewed posts, those are gathered together here for your convenience.
Q: Can I be notified of new posts so I don't have to keep checking the site for updates?
A: Yes, easily! Visit the subscribe page to add The League to your feed reader or to sign up for e-mail delivery. New posts are also announced on The League's Twitter feed and Facebook page, if that's your scene. You can access both from the social media page.
Q: Do I have to join Twitter to read The League's Tweets?
A: Nope! They can be read in all their succinct, witty glory right here--without even leaving the site--and if you happen to be following The League's Facebook page, they get posted there, too. So many options.
Q: Some posts are too small and/or blurry to read easily--what's going on?
A: Try clicking on the images to bring them up in full screen; in most cases this will vastly improve your viewing experience. If that doesn't help, please let me know! I may have missed something when updating the site for its new platform.