1 - Web Cartoonist
Author and evil mastermind of Something Positive. Randy, or RK, has been posting the comic "alot" since December of 2001. The first comic featured anti-hero Davan sending his ex-girlfriend a hanger as a gift for her baby shower. Randy is well known for his dry wit, merciless take on life in general, and handing out bars of soap at various conventions. In his self bio, Randy is described as a money-laundering elf or fairy, who is often found napping and occasionally transforms into a merkat.
Creator of Sluggy Freelance, and all around pioneer of web-comics. Pete has managed to post a new comic daily since 1997, and has collaborated with comic creators Ian McDonald and Clay Yount to further expand the Sluggy Universe. Creator of icons Torg, Riff, Zoe and Bun Bun Pete has been the impetus of modern web comics and inspired many in the field to begin their own works. He irregularly appears in his own comic as a glowing avatar, and has been known to feed his minion Shirt-Guy Tom to rabid, puffin-dingos. SluggyFreelance, and by extension Pete Abrams, was awarded the Epic Shortbread of 2004 by WebSnark (and by extension Eric Burns).
Pete Abrams unique style of esoteric goof lends the appropriate atmosphere to immortalize a trio of Generation Y slackers.