bright eyed at midnight

3.8.17

'1994,' Today's Comic by Leslie Stein

Leslie remembers 1994, falls in and out of love with Green Day, and goes to a barbershop quartet convention.

2.23.17

'Love Is Trash,' Today's Comic by Leslie Stein

Leslie is at art school and she makes friends with a girl who supports her and a boy who looks just like her.

1.17.17

'Mountain Rave,' Today's Comic by Leslie Stein

Leslie Stein hates dancing and techno music so she went and took MDMA at a rave in the mountains in this funny and fun eight-page comic about her real life adventures.

12.14.16

'Mom Guilt,' Today's Comic by Leslie Stein

This week Leslie Stein tackles holiday mom guilt in another great diary comic.

11.30.16

'Omakase,' Today's Comic by Leslie Stein

Award winning cartoonist Leslie Stein makes diary comics about her real life. This one's about eating sushi and thinking about ex-boyfriends.

11.14.16

'Peace Sign,' Today's Comic by Leslie Stein

Leslie Stein makes diary comics about her true-life adventures. This one's about recovering from the election results.

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10.10.16

'The Littlest Memory,' Today's Comic by Leslie Stein

Award winning cartoonist, Leslie Stein, tells us a true story from her recent and distant past. In this comic she shows us who her grandfather was.

10.3.16

'Karma,' Today's Comic by Leslie Stein

Leslie returns from a comic convention to a series of events that make her wonder if she's being punished or rewarded by the universe.

9.26.16

'The Endless Loop,' Today's Comic by Leslie Stein

Leslie Stein tells true life stories in her comics. Here's one about a childhood memory and a frustrating development.

9.19.16

'Good Fit,' Today's Comic by Leslie Stein

The latest diary comic by Leslie Stein is about losing jackets and so much more.

9.12.16

'Spectrum in Yellow,' Today's Comic by Leslie Stein

In the latest of Leslie Stein's diary comics, she thinks about happiness and color.

8.22.16

'Always Near,' Today's Comic by Leslie Stein

Leslie buys a new moon candle, has a rude interaction with a bar patron, and thinks about a poem in this comic torn from her actual life.

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