One of the great tragedies of the Internet is that Nicholas Gurewitch's surreal Perry Bible Fellowship rarely updates, anymore.
Then again, considering how much detail goes into each colorful panel, the attentiveness and variation of style, and the precision of each strange joke, perhaps it's best to allow Gurewitch all the time he needs.
I mean, if his current projects are such gems like the short film, Martha's B-Day, why press him to keep a regular update schedule?
Dark twists, as you may notice, are his specialty.
When I first discovered Perry Bible Fellowship in its update hey-day, I was baffled and a little nervous by the comic. It was, and remains, one of the strangest and darkly fascinating creations on the Internet. Gurewitch has since gone on to win an Ignatz Award, the Web Cartoonist's Choice Award, and an Eisner.
Surely, there will be more work from Nicholas Gurewitch in the future, but I'll try and be content with the archives and the scraps of his presence still found online. He's a difficult person to forget.