This is my test site while I gear up for a new and improved Minions at Work 2.0 webcomic! I'm dumping our original single-panel-with-a-caption format that served us for over 300 cartoons, and going to full-page, multi-panel comics with word balloons! That means a more cinematic look, bigger scope, more character development, actual STORY, and serialized storylines that will span multiple comics, and sometimes multiple weeks!
We're very close to our full, 2.0 reboot (which will officially begin with a big, multi-week story, a lot of which is already "in the can," but right now we're in "soft open" mode, with a weekly schedule of at least one all-new comic page (usually on Wednesday or Thursday) and additional features, such as "remastered" classic comics, bonus panels, and even extra full-page comics, as time, resources, and scheduling allow.
Please enjoy, and we appreciate your feedback and comments (and your support on Patreon, if you feel so inclined, which for a dollar a month will get you most of our comics as soon as they're finished, rather than waiting for post day).
The second female Minion, it isn’t known how she ended up with a higher number than the first female Minion, Number 67. But she’s adopted the far more experienced 67 as mentor and some-time BFF. As she’s a recent hire, we don’t know a lot about her yet. Time will tell.
The first lady in a boy’s club, Minion 67 can hold her own against any Minion. While most of the Minions stumbled into the profession, she was born into it, part of a long line of thugs, goons, thieves, and petty-criminals. She’s proud of her heritage, and can always be counted on when a lock needs picking, a safe cracking, or an alarm disarmed. Despite her deep-seated criminal ways, Number 67 has often been known to “cross the line,” dating capes and heroes in a series of doomed, yet entertaining, romances. Voted “Most Likely to be Promoted to an Evil Overlord” three years running. Number 67 enjoys mentoring recent female-hire Number 6, and is largely oblivious when the two of them don’t see eye-to-eye.