Ranger Pugsly has updated!
In this week’s comic, all the toning from previous pages mysteriously disappears. Spooky!
Today’s update
Star from the beginning

Ranger Pugsly has updated!

In this week’s comic, all the toning from previous pages mysteriously disappears. Spooky!

Today’s update

Star from the beginning

Ranger Pugsly has updated!
The topic of this weeks comic: How do demonic objects work? Nobody knows.
Today’s update
Start from the beginning 

Ranger Pugsly has updated!

The topic of this weeks comic: How do demonic objects work? Nobody knows.

Today’s update

Start from the beginning 

Ranger Pugsly has updated!
I’m back in Savannah and waiting for school to start up on Monday! I know I’ve got some tough classes this quarter so hopefully I won’t have too much trouble getting the last few pages of this story done. Depending on how things go though, I may need to take a small break if I start getting too overwhelmed. But we’ll see!
Other then that, I want to see thank you again to anyone who enjoys this  comic I draw about a creepy pug-man who runs a childrens’ summer camp. I’ve gotten more work done this summer then I ever have before and I think that can be attributed to me actually starting real work on this.  
Today’s update
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Ranger Pugsly has updated!

I’m back in Savannah and waiting for school to start up on Monday! I know I’ve got some tough classes this quarter so hopefully I won’t have too much trouble getting the last few pages of this story done. Depending on how things go though, I may need to take a small break if I start getting too overwhelmed. But we’ll see!

Other then that, I want to see thank you again to anyone who enjoys this  comic I draw about a creepy pug-man who runs a childrens’ summer camp. I’ve gotten more work done this summer then I ever have before and I think that can be attributed to me actually starting real work on this.  

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Start from the beginning

"Our holy, black-eyed mother,
the quiet storm lording from atop the highest tower, 
gaze upon her and know why all skeletons sing,
Glory to the Skeleton Queen.”
- Some dork

"Our holy, black-eyed mother,

the quiet storm lording from atop the highest tower, 

gaze upon her and know why all skeletons sing,

Glory to the Skeleton Queen.”

- Some dork

Ranger Pugsly has updated!
This is gonna be the last page I’ll post from California… because I’m flying back to Savannah on Sunday!
Today’s update: Here
Start from the beginning: Here

Ranger Pugsly has updated!

This is gonna be the last page I’ll post from California… because I’m flying back to Savannah on Sunday!

Today’s update: Here

Start from the beginning: Here

So here’s all six kids from Hodag cabin in one post!

From top to bottom: Carla Montse, Suzie Herodo, Aabra Bitar, Hazel Corvus, Penny Pickens and Lola Tirador.

Lola Tirador 
The sixth and final resident of the Hodag cabin at Ranger Pugsly’s camp, Lola is considered to the best marksman amongst the scouts. She swears up and down that she even pulled off that robin hood thing where he splits an arrow straight down the middle with another arrow this one time. She says could probably even do it again if she wasn’t always wrapped head to toe in bandages. 
Despite Lola’s keen eye(s), she’s always managing to trip and stumble into things. Other campers consider her to be prone to accidents, and try to stay just far enough away so that she won’t tumble into them. They learned not to keep too close after a hike in which she managed to trip on a root, slam into three other campers and take them all with her down a long, steep hill littered with thorn bushes, snake pits, booby traps, highway robbers and what might’ve been some kind of terrifying, ancient pit beast, thought to be long dead and erased from the minds of men.
But even though they’re extra careful walking around her, many don’t think of Lola as a bad person. Boastful and oblivious at times, sure, but she’s a pleasant enough person to be around when she isn’t making everyone else’s lives more dangerous then they already are.

Lola Tirador 

The sixth and final resident of the Hodag cabin at Ranger Pugsly’s camp, Lola is considered to the best marksman amongst the scouts. She swears up and down that she even pulled off that robin hood thing where he splits an arrow straight down the middle with another arrow this one time. She says could probably even do it again if she wasn’t always wrapped head to toe in bandages. 

Despite Lola’s keen eye(s), she’s always managing to trip and stumble into things. Other campers consider her to be prone to accidents, and try to stay just far enough away so that she won’t tumble into them. They learned not to keep too close after a hike in which she managed to trip on a root, slam into three other campers and take them all with her down a long, steep hill littered with thorn bushes, snake pits, booby traps, highway robbers and what might’ve been some kind of terrifying, ancient pit beast, thought to be long dead and erased from the minds of men.

But even though they’re extra careful walking around her, many don’t think of Lola as a bad person. Boastful and oblivious at times, sure, but she’s a pleasant enough person to be around when she isn’t making everyone else’s lives more dangerous then they already are.

Penny Pickens 
A resident of the Hodag cabin at Ranger Pugsly’s camp, Penny fancies herself the camp clown, donning her colorful makeup every morning before figuring out what new prank she’s going to pull that day. As she likes to put it, all the world’s a stage and that stage is all for her. 
Unfortunately, most of the other campers find Penny more intimidating than entertaining. Even being in her presence makes many campers very nervous. Penny thought for sure she’d get them with the old rock-filled-pie-in-the-face trick, but no luck there. She thought it was hilarious when she gave some birthday balloons to another camper, only to pop them and release dozens of spiders with which she had filled them onto the unsuspecting child. But nobody else did.
Oh well! Penny won’t let that get her down. She’s going to give it her all, each and every day, ignoring all the pleas and petitions from all the other camp residents!

Penny Pickens 

A resident of the Hodag cabin at Ranger Pugsly’s camp, Penny fancies herself the camp clown, donning her colorful makeup every morning before figuring out what new prank she’s going to pull that day. As she likes to put it, all the world’s a stage and that stage is all for her. 

Unfortunately, most of the other campers find Penny more intimidating than entertaining. Even being in her presence makes many campers very nervous. Penny thought for sure she’d get them with the old rock-filled-pie-in-the-face trick, but no luck there. She thought it was hilarious when she gave some birthday balloons to another camper, only to pop them and release dozens of spiders with which she had filled them onto the unsuspecting child. But nobody else did.

Oh well! Penny won’t let that get her down. She’s going to give it her all, each and every day, ignoring all the pleas and petitions from all the other camp residents!