Rightfield was an experimental comic that was published daily in the Purdue Exponent between 2006 and 2007. Both seasons are now available on this site via our strip archive. It was written, drawn, and produced by Tyler J. Kupferer during his time at Purdue University.
Rightfield was some time in the making, starting as simple sketches in the Spring of 2005, and characters were finally developed in the fall of that year. The first strips were drawn in early 2006, and I spent a lot time playing with various situations and stories that would enriched the overarching plot I planned out.
I'd like to note that Rightfield is a heavily-based continuity strip. It's meant to give the reader more than a gag-a-day tease, but more of a continuous, progressive story that provides the reader with something more in-depth and enjoyable. Kind of like the soap-opera strips that used to be more popular, but funnier. That's the idea behind this site; every strip is available and easy to access just like a web comic so you can start at the beginning at appreciate the entire story.
I sincerely hope you enjoy Rightfield. It was a joy and honor to be able to produce such an elaborate and influential piece of work. Thanks for visiting!