So welcome to the Character’s page. Here is a rundown of all the current characters that have been featured in the comics. This page has been created and scrapped several times, and is perpetually under development. I still have to add their profile pics, but for now this will do. Keep in mind, these are all fictional characters, (Disclaimer below)
The main character is Brandon Dogie (rhymes with hoagie). He has brown hair, brown eyes, and wears a red t-shirt. He is basically the IT department at a satellite branch for a multinational corporation. He owns a small house and lives with his roommate, Dewey.
Dewey Godette (rhymes with confetti) is blonde with blue eyes wearing a green shirt. He’s an assistant manager at a burger joint, but he aspires to be a great chef in spite of the fact that he’s a terrible cook.
Tyler Knaw is the snarky green eyed dishwater blond. He serves in the Army Reserves as a Private First Class and has a civilian job in package delivery. Tyler used to live with Brandon and Dewey, but they kicked him out. Now he lives with his girlfriend, Toni, even though they do not get along.
With black hair and green eyes, Alexis “Lexi” Eisburg is the CEO of a branch office where Brandon works. She used to be in a relationship with Brandon, but that’s over now.
Roberta Fisher, aka “Birdie” is a seemingly sweet blond haired, blue eyed girl. Although she is immensely wealthy, she lives a quiet, unassuming life and is deeply in love with Dewey.
Toni, whose full name is Britney Antoinette Tidanse, is Tyler’s girlfriend. For some reason she won’t break up with Tyler even though she cannot stand him.
Ben Aaron is a retired veteran who has maintained a long standing father figure relationship with Brandon since Brandon’s mother died. Brandon doesn’t know it, but Ben is his biological father too.
Newt Estimate is a department manager where Brandon works. He is generally hated. Sometimes with reason. Sometimes not.
Clifton “Clif” Tuestien is a black haired brown eyed gay Jewish hipster. He works in the marketing department of the company where Brandon works.
Peter “Pete” Scrapper is Clif’s significant other and works in the Data Entry Department where Brandon works. He is also a personal fitness trainer at a local gym and a Sergeant in the Army Reserves.
George Bromite is a police officer and a 1st Sergeant in the Army Reserves. His wife Marilyn is a psychologist who works in a nearby penitentiary, and his teenage daughters are a never ending source of angst.
Steven Bryan is a Staff Sergeant in the Army Reserves who makes all the arrangements for the training schedules at the unit. He also works on a different floor in Brandon’s office building as an “Operational Auditor”. Steven is married and has an infant son.
Marshal Brady is a small but surprisingly athletic 20 year old with brown hair and brown eyes. By day he works in the IT department with Brandon, but he is also serving as a Specialist in the Army Reserves.
Micheal Grouper is a pale blue eyed ginger. His civilian job is restocking vending machines, but he is also serving in the Army Reserves as a Private Second Class.
Pam Brewster is one of the temps working where Brandon works. She’s kind of an older version of Toni.
Another temp is Cathleen Paxton, a black woman with brown eyes and a chestnut weave. She has a rather jaded attitude towards life.
Jerome Tyrone is also a temp with black cornrow hair and brown eyes.
Preston Williams was a temp who quit on his first day. After which he turned up working at the local supermarket.
Temno Zimanov is a black haired, orange-red eyed, Russian troll and general antagonist.
Jimmy DeMarde was hired by Birdie to teach Dewey how to cook. Chef DeMarde is from France and will frequently utter things in French that are always mistranslated.
Chenoa Lot is a black haired, brown eyed woman of Native American ancestry. She’s an old friend of Alexis.
Anna Nuther is Tyler’s cousin. She has blond hair, blue eyes, and works as a receptionist in front of Alexis’s office.
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This comic is protected under the copyright laws of the United States and other countries throughout the world. Country of first publication: United States of America. Any unauthorized exhibition, distribution, or copying of these comics or any part thereof may result in civil liability and criminal prosecution. The story, all names, characters, and incidents portrayed in this production are fictitious. No identification with actual persons (living or deceased), places, buildings, and products is intended or should be inferred. No animals were harmed in the making of these comics.