R. Scott Quick

Raised on a diet of Slim-Jims and comic books, R. Scott Quick spent much of his childhood visiting his grandparents in Camden, Missouri.  In 1996, he attended the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art in Dover, New Jersey, after which he scratched a career out of video game animation.  At the turn of the century, he was treated for what psychiatrists believe may be the first case of In Barra Vite, or chronic embarrassment over one’s very existence.

Retired from animation, Quick now draws this strip from a sanitarium just outside of Saint Louis, Missouri, visited frequently  by his dutiful wife and son.