ByGeorge Gant, writer at
Comic Artist, Creator of The Reset Button--check it out at!

Nine years ago, I launched my first online comic, The Reset Button. It was crude, but many people found it funny. The basic premise of the comic was, “video game characters in school.” It was sort of like Tiny Toon Adventures meets Super Mario Bros. I drew about two hundred comics before I put the it on hiatus to focus on my other online comic, titled On the Grind.

On the Grind had some big-ass spiders.
On the Grind had some big-ass spiders.

After six years, two published books, and four hundred comic strips, I decided it was time to move on from On the Grind. I came up a lot of ideas, including a superhero comic, but I decided to go back to The Reset Button. This time, the comics are aimed at children as well as adults.

The website is live right now,with new comics coming every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. I am also planning a separate, long-form print version of the comic soon. In the meantime, you can read The Reset button at



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