The roster has grown substantially in the interim, including such popular characters as Keith the Pariah, Sally Nemesis, the babbling Reverend Shackleton, "Andy-Bot", and Tejo/Cujo. Meanwhile, Rob went to Peru, the Banker employed his golden parachute during the 2008 market crash, and Jackie the Crank Skank died after freebasing Xanax. Tom Titor (not pictured) perished almost immediately after debuting. C'est la morte.
Son of Rizzo & Roberta. Delroy was initially portrayed as an infant, but suddenly aged seven years because babies just aren't very interesting.
Two goons from deep within the NSA, Sluggo & Slinko are determined to make the world a better place by tormenting Rizzo. (Based upon 100% true life experiences.)
Say what you will about Andy. No one cares.
Tweed is Bill's pet alien. He is also the oldest character in the strip, having been created in 1980, in Ms. Forke's Grade 5 classroom. He had his own strip in "The Northern Times" from 1985 to 87. The current incarnation of Tweed does not speak intelligible English.
Roberta Rizzowski is a free-spirited, left-leaning hippie. She is a teacher, mother, and the primary wife of Rizzo.
W. Bill Czolgosz is a fallen baseball mascot, failed novelist, and part-time illustrator. He enjoys meat, pharmaceuticals, and responsible anarchy. He recently opened up a retail store--Bill's Costume Shop. He lives in Rizzo's basement and collaborates on the comic strip. "Go, Reptiles!"
From left to right: Rizzo, Roberta, Delroy, Andy, Bill, Byron, Tweed