Originally, Tiny Life was designed to be a bunch of covers centered around an eight-year-old homicidal maniac with big guns and fun gimmicks. It got old pretty quick, but I still use some of the characters I created during the 125-or-so-issue run of Jed Jr.
I apologize for the quality of the scans, but you have to realize the original pages are in pencil on 15-year-old paper. I'm just amazed I still have them.
As I was making Jed Jr.: The First Couple O' Years, I thought it might be faster to have all the fun of making a comic without any of the publishing matters to attend to (like photocopying and binding). My solution was to make mini-comics. It ended up being a bigger hastle than anything I've ever done.
If you can't read the words or are having a hard time seeing what's going on in these minis, don't worry about it; they suck. You wouldn't be able to see them any better if you were holding them in your hand.