Usually updated on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday, Working Doodles is one man's attempt at letting what's in his head out to the world. Drawn with regular ball-point pen on thermal till roll, it's a mostly single panel gag-a-day style webcomic designed around the concept of that piece of paper you find when you're bored at work, school or wherever that you just decide to doodle on.Sub-titled, Tales from the Till Roll and created in July 2015 by John "John D Anims" Davidson, there's a few ongoing themes and mini series throughout the strip. Animals appear regularly and a series of ongoing drunk superheroes appear sporadically throughout. The subject matter, characters, settings, styles and everything about it can drastically change from page to page.It's based primeraly on Blogspot but is noticably also followable on facebook, Twitter, Tapastic and Tumblr.
This webcomic provides examples of:
- Anthropomorphic Food: As a series many anthropomorphic elements arise but food is one example of many and Angela the Giant Baked Bean is a very good example of this.
- Comedy: Most of the strips found in this comic are designed to bring a smile to the reader's face.
- Fan-Art: There are many examples of Fan-Art in the form of things such as Drunk Superheroes and characters from TV such as The Smurfs.
- Funny Animal: A very literal interpretation of a Funny Animal can be found in The Big Funny Owl.
- Ninja: One of the earlier strips was Evolution of Flying Ninja.
- Robot Dog: Acording to the very first strip, Richard Nixon may have had one of these.
- Satire/Parody/Pastiche: Many of the themes throughout the strip could be considered satirical, parody and pastiche.
- Superhero: Superheroes feature heavily in the strips, be it a drunk Spiderman caught in his own webs or a snail that just can't quite get it right.
- Visual Pun: There are several examples of these throughout the series.