Faithmouse is the name of a Christian cartoon I began drawing about a decade ago. A few years ago I had something of a mental and spiritual breakdown, decided to make the cartoon Catholic, and then I decided to paint instead. I still draw the cartoon a little. My paintings sometimes horrify my family.
"Dan is an ex-conservative, kinda: Simplifying greatly, he lost his faith in political conservatism when the cons went apeshit over some of his work. He's greatly influenced by Robert Crumb, whose inspiration may ultimately be difficult to fully integrate into a modern political conservative perspective. Crumb's influence shows up a lot more in his Faithmouse comics, which have ranged from pro-life Catholic themes to some very naughty NSFW romps.
I like his Faithmouse comics a lot, especially after Dan started to expand beyond his original conservative mission and explored themes like the sexual fantasies of gay Catholic clergy, Faithmouse's naughty sister, etc. Dan doesn't do much Faithmouse now; his pop culture paintings (pancakes, naked Obama, etc.) are so popular, I guess he doesn't have much time for the comic. A shame, 'cause his comic is a lot more interesting than his paintings. I would link to some examples, but Dan doesn't make much of his best work easily viewable by the general public."