About

Epiphanies taste better with toast.

Malcolm Steadman will dial the suicide hotline in 90 days.

Enter Malcolm Steadman: an overly anxious and polite every-man plagued by existential epiphanies with increasing regularity. He will fight a losing battle against routine and boring days as he slowly, but effectively, goes mad. This serial concerns not with the exciting, life affirming moments of his life, but rather the tedious, boring moments that are interrupted by epiphanies both bleak and terrible without warning when he fails to busy himself. It concerns the moments that make breakfast too profound to eat. It is updated every Wednesday.

New reader? Start at the beginning.

The archive for all of the entries can be found here.

Michael Fitzgerald (Rev. Fitz) is a writer, illustrator, and amateur Electrical Engineer who lives in Seattle, this website hosts his writings and Web Comics.

Posting schedule: Mr. Square updates a comic every Monday. Existential Terror and Breakfast a serialized fiction updates every Wednesday.


“Frequently Asked Questions” For Mr. Square:

So, what’s with the talking box?

Boxes exist on a 3d plane with 6 outward sides. Mr. Square is a 2d character.

No really, what’s with the talking box?

Rev. Fitz has not been able to stop drawing the doodle, and it has cropped up and manifested in drunken stupors. This site hosts these comics.

That was boring. What’s with the sheep?

He’s a character in the comic. There is evidence that he is crazy.

This is frustrating. WHAT IS HIS NAME?!

Who? Michael? We went over this.

Forget it.

I already have.

The site is called revfitz.com, does that mean that he is ordained?

Yes, Michael Fitzgerald is actually the Rev. Michael Fitzgerald. Michael does not belong to any sect and is non-practicing.

How can he be a Minister if he doesn’t believe in god?

Oh what, just because he is atheist means he can’t be blessed? That’s discrimination. You should be ashamed.

Yes, that’s exactly what it—

Ashamed. Really ashamed. You probably support Jim Crow laws too.