Matt Melvin is creating Dongers
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Hi! My name's Matt and I've been making comics on the internet for something like a decade now. You most likely know me as one of the creators of Cyanide & Happiness. While C&H started as a hobby, I was fortunate enough to help eventually build it into a full-time job over the years.

Yeah, I got paid to make dick jokes on the internet. Butt jokes, too!

I considered myself pretty lucky. After C&H, I started a new long-form webcomic called The Last Nerds on Earth. Sad to say, but Last Nerds is -- at least for the time being -- being put on hold. So what the hell is this Patreon even for now?

Well, me, I guess.

I'm still pretty passionate about making things for an online audience. I stream nearly every day on Twitch, but in my off-time I've got some projects I'm cooking up.

I'm gonna be completely honest, it feels kinda weird to have a Patreon right now, but any support is highly appreciated. If you wanna keep supporting me in my endeavors, thank you! Truly, your generosity is humbling.
Hi! My name's Matt and I've been making comics on the internet for something like a decade now. You most likely know me as one of the creators of Cyanide & Happiness. While C&H started as a hobby, I was fortunate enough to help eventually build it into a full-time job over the years.

Yeah, I got paid to make dick jokes on the internet. Butt jokes, too!

I considered myself pretty lucky. After C&H, I started a new long-form webcomic called The Last Nerds on Earth. Sad to say, but Last Nerds is -- at least for the time being -- being put on hold. So what the hell is this Patreon even for now?

Well, me, I guess.

I'm still pretty passionate about making things for an online audience. I stream nearly every day on Twitch, but in my off-time I've got some projects I'm cooking up.

I'm gonna be completely honest, it feels kinda weird to have a Patreon right now, but any support is highly appreciated. If you wanna keep supporting me in my endeavors, thank you! Truly, your generosity is humbling.

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