What is this comic anyway?
On a lucky day, Hurry Up Please It’s Time is a brilliant, thought-provoking, and amusing commentary on our environmental reality. Sometimes, it merely provokes. All too often, it’s downright silly.
Who makes this comic?
Kevin Kite has been cartooning for decades, using random scraps of paper, napkins, envelopes, flotsam and jetsam. He launched Hurry Up Please It’s Time on April Fool’s Day 2014, and has been the fool responsible for updating it multiple times a week ever since.
Michelle McCauley teaches courses in environmental psychology and runs a conservation psychology lab.
After Michelle and Kevin kick ideas around for the comics, Kevin wanders off to draw them. When he’s done, assuming Michelle is awake, they jointly edit the comic to make sure Kevin hasn’t put his foot in his mouth.
What else do they do?
Michelle and Kevin live in view of the Green Mountains, where they raised a couple of fabulously charming kids, several thousand free-range bees, and what feels like acres and acres of poison parsnip. They once had chickens, but those chickens were all eaten by a lovely tan bobcat with a fine coat—a charming demonstration of the cycle of death that nourishes us all.