Creator: Ralph Hayes, Jr.

Ralph Hayes, Jr. is a writer and artist with a predilection for Funny Animals, but who works in a number of genres within the Furry Comic. He is also known for his strong and potentially controversial political opinions, although his actual strips display a varying amount of overt preachiness.

As of late 2012, he has switched to a business model where a particular strip gets an update only when he receives enough monetary donations. In 2014 he made a Patreon account and the rate of updates has increased.

He is also a brony and has an account at Fimfiction.Net.

Works that have their own pages on TV Tropes:

Tropes common to works by Ralph Hayes Jr.:

Art Evolution: Going from the early days of Nip and Tuck to the more recent strips shows a significant change in art style, to say nothing of looking at the earlier days of his other strips. Sadly, the exigencies of real life keep him from producing the most detailed version of his artwork on anything like a regular basis.

Author On Board: He still manages to keep it funny, though — most of the time.

What Might Have Been: Among the strips that didn't continue long enough to get some Wiki Love were Fellowship of Heroes (a deconstruction of the superhero genre), Hard Onions (a well-written Author Tract), Undefined (a deconstruction of comic strips), The West Pole (Funny Animals) and Witch Hunter (a Christian take on the monster-hunter genre). Some fans hope to eventually see more in these strips (especially Fellowship of Heroes), but there are only so many hours in a day.

Alternative Title(s):

Reality Check, Ralph Hayes Jr