Meeting Comics is a workplace comedy soap opera which began as a straight-up gag comic. You can read it on Patreon, in print, or as a PDF. There are new pages three times a week at the patreon and new issues for sale every two months! There is also a book collection from Adhouse Books which you can order from me, from Adhouse, or from your preferred comic shop (Diamond order code DEC191334) or bookstore (ISBN 978-1-935233-59-6).

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“Andrew Neal’s evolution as a cartoonist in his Meeting Comics strip has been fascinating to watch. He transformed it from an inchoate series of gag panels to an absurd but fully fleshed-out narrative chock full of complex, layered characters.”
Rob Clough, High Low

Meeting Comics #21 is all about Val. It’s a completely self-contained punk rock comedy mystery set in 1996 called Where the Rent Went!

Below is a sampling of pages of Meeting Comics: the book from Adhouse Books! Watch in awe as Meeting Comics grows from a gag comic into an absurd, cynical yet heartfelt workplace soap opera! Quake in apprehension as our heroes face racism, sexism, punk rock shows, and robots! Marvel at the mysterious vigilante who cuts grand opening ribbons before the mayor can do it! Laugh at sophisticated yet stupid jokes! 160 pages! A mere $14.95! Collects the first six issues of Meeting Comics! Includes an intro from Ben Passmore!


Want to try before you buy? Click here for a page with samples of all issues of Meeting Comics!


MY PATREON– Read the comics with commentary! Subscribe to issues of Meeting Comics!

BUY PRINT COMICS AND STICKERS– Meeting Comics in print! Stickers!
BUY DIGITAL COMICS – Purchase Digital Editions of the print comics!

BUY APPAREL– Purchase shirts at my Spreadshirt store! Meeting Comics and other designs!

SOLRAD Presents – as of May, 2020, Solrad is serializing Meeting Comics starting with issue 7, which immediately follows the book collection from Adhouse.

Instagram / Twitter / Facebook – As of January 1, 2021, Meeting Comics is no longer free to read on social media, but you can still see comic previews.

March 26 2020 Interview at The Comics Journal.

Review of Where The Rent Went at High-Low by Rob Clough
Review of Meeting Comics at High-Low by Rob Clough
Review of Meeting Comics at Graphic Novel Review by Stergios Botzakis
Artists to Seek Out at SPX 2019 by Rob Clough
DiNKy Awards 2019: Best Minicomic: Nominated

Thank you for checking out Meeting Comics!

Contact: my email is neal at wanderlane dot com.