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In its earlier days, the comic generally focuses on slice of life stories involving Ananth, Yuko, and their friends and family following graduation from college.
However, the comic occasionally encompasses unrelated fantasy storylines.
Peppermint Butler is a pretty rational guy and his efforts at locating new heroes while also trying to find Finn and Jake are pretty fun to follow.
He's hardly perfect at this job - it just goes to show why he's primarily a supporting character.
is a Slice of Life webcomic by Yuko Ota and Ananth Hirsh. Conrad, an exhibitionist who likes to eat breakfast 24/7. John, a mildly ornery tallish fellow who likes to clean. Mike, a musician who can be stopped with shellfish and/or bullets.
She dispatches Peppermint Butler and almost randomly Cinnamon Bun to go fetch the hammer for her, but they are unable to locate the pair of adventurers anywhere in the kingdom. Relating tales of post-college life, including friends, family, cats, landlords, and strange everyday experiences, these comics—most one page apiece—contain a plethora of humorous, relatable, and yes, cute observations.Were this a You Tube channel, there might be many, mostly failed contenders for such entertaining self-exposure; but in illustrated form, what stands out as unique, aside from a well-developed sense of humor, is that Hirsh and Ota also boast undeniable talent.The Candy Kingdom quickly falls into disarray given their heroes aren't around, Princess Bubblegum places Peppermint Butler in charge of the Banana Guards in order to restore order.And even with the unusual help of Cinnamon Bun and the Banana Guards, Peppermint Butler quickly realizes that he needs more help.1: Don't Burn the House Down" was published in 2010.The first few test strips were done sporadically, as Ota was attending school and Hirsh was working full-time as a graphic designer.The comic is currently focusing on one of its ongoing fictional storylines, "Lucky Penny." The name "Johnny Wander" is meant to evoke the creators' desire to use the comic to "wander" through whatever topics interest them at the moment.The webcomic has been generally well-received, with reviewers calling it as a humorous and sweet comic that invites new readers to continue reading.They eventually decided on autobiographical work because it seemed quicker to do, though the webcomic quickly became focused and polished.However, one storyline, The Girl with the Skeleton Hand, involves a woman's romance with a personified death.