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Boxdog on July 25, 2023
More than 16 years after the first strip, it's finally over.My apologies to those who had to wait so long, and my thanks to everyone who stayed with us, in patience and kindness, until the end.Be good.
at 3:40PM, Oct. 15, 2023
Someone on a Discord server i'm in shared about your comic.
I've read your entire comic in like, a hour
I'm crying now.
Thank you for this beautiful comic.
Please keep it online.
at 3:56PM, Oct. 7, 2023
lotsa metaphors here
if one wants there to be
at 5:12PM, Sept. 5, 2023
Hiya! Gunwallace has made a musical theme to Boxdog which shows up in the latest DD Quackcast here: https://www.theduckwebcomics.com/quackcast/episode-651-strong-characters-of-any-gender-and-dd-awards-stuff
at 3:32AM, Sept. 4, 2023
The thought of art reflecting life can be sad sometimes, and I'm assuming that finishing this was something you needed to do, not for the fans, but for yourself.
Closure often helps with moving on.
Time for a new breath, but if you need more work to be lost in, there is still Pack Street.
Be good yourself man...
at 6:30PM, Sept. 1, 2023
This comic filled me with a sense of nostalgia for a time I dont remember, thank you for finishing it.
at 5:15AM, Aug. 5, 2023
My immense thanks to you for bringing this to a satisfying end.
I hope it brings you a great deal of satisfaction as well!
For sharing your talents and head-world with us, I will always be thankful.
Wherever you go from here, I'll happily enjoy anything you're willing to share, and I'll hopefully be able to repay you for some of that enjoyment someday.
Whatever you do next, I hope you find success and a good life!
at 9:44PM, Aug. 1, 2023
I'm so glad this day came. An amazing ending to a comic with an astounding legacy. Thank you for everything, weaver.
at 8:03PM, July 25, 2023
damn, thought scrim would be redeemed somehow. either way, enjoyed every bit of it!
at 6:33PM, July 25, 2023
Boxy finally gets the happy ending she deserves. It is hard for me to grasp that nearly half of my life has passed since I first met this endearing, pitiful emo pup. She is an old friend to me now, and I'm going to miss catching up with her every year or so. But I know I won't have to worry about her either, and I am glad for the closure. Sincerely, thank you for everything. Take care.
at 5:49PM, July 25, 2023
It's genuinely unbelievable to see this comic end - not because I didn't believe it ever would, but because it's been such a huge part of my life for so very long. I'm not the same person I was when I started reading Boxdog all those years ago, and having made it to where I am now adds a personal, poetic kind of spice on top of this conclusion for me. I fell in love with this depressing little dog-thing during my worst-of-times, but I've made it through and come out the other end a happier person than I ever could have dreamed; I finally have hope for the future, and Boxdog finally gets to have one of her own as well. After everything and all this time, I'm just happy to see her and Teadog close that door behind them. I'm sure you are, too.
Thank you, Boxdog. The effective simplicity of your art inspired me to no end, and the comments section alone lead me to meet some of the most important people in my life. If we ever see you again, I hope it won't be in this apartment. <3
at 2:36PM, July 25, 2023
Honestly, fair enough. Dude didn't exactly treat her the best. made her sleep in a dryer, talked a lot of shit about her to his buddies, and didn't *really* take care of her until it was too little too late when he started to be 'nicer'.
I can't blame her for not forgiving him. He barely treated her like an actual person for so long.
Good to see that Boxdog got to be with someone who actually cares about her, and through all the BS, Cancer was at least there for her when she needed it most.
Honestly Cancer came in clutch the whole way. An ending well-deserved, and worth the wait!
at 2:35PM, July 25, 2023
Boxdog gets to go live a happy life, Scrimmage isn't in prison for rape or assault, and he's hopefully going to grow as a person. Honestly, this is the best ending that we could have hoped for.