Love your cartoons: drawings, statements a real gem. Lots of laughs, Thank You.

Lynda January 21, 2016

We love your website and we think you will get a long way in the future.

Becky and Emilie Ward August 31, 2015

Love it!! I am in a wheelchair (Quickie GPV) due to having CP and your cartoon regarding the greyhound and greyhound bus was right on! (I have a Service dog) Please send me more! Your better than Callahan (And I love his work too)Thanks for the laugh I needed that! Ciao

Kristin Clawson August 31, 2015

i think this is a great site with hilarious cartoons. check out it has the single most amaizing story of a family that IS sacreficing everything to build an accessible tall ship. read the story and explore the ways you can help. thanks

Aaron August 31, 2015

It makes me so angry as the parent of an autistic child, the ignorance of people who say ‘eee she doesnt look like theres anything wrong with her’. AAAAAARRRRRRGGGGHHHHH! Thanx for the website giving a more positive view of disability, i also get funny looks when i joke about it apart from those who are affected. Its able bodied people who have the problem.

Mandy Hunt August 31, 2015

I loved it!!!!!! they were the best I have ever seen. I work in a disabled students office in a college,and I showed my co-workers and they loved them too. I can’t wait to see more. Keep up the great work.

Traci Taylor August 31, 2015

Getting used to being in a wheelchair fulltime wasn’t the trama I expected. My gait had gotten so poor it was a great relief not to struggle walking.

Richard Tanner August 31, 2015

Cool! I’m a PPS survivor; these cartoons hit home *all* too well.

Samanda Jeude August 31, 2015

I looked at your cartoons, subscribed, and think they are terrific. Never defy the power of the human spirit.

David R. Williamson August 31, 2015

Some great funnies there. My friends into the sports scene will love it.

Andre Nasvytis August 31, 2015

Brilliant cartoons!! I’ll be e-mailing it to all my disabled friends!

Petra August 31, 2015

Great cartoons, the scary thing is its the truth.

Doug August 31, 2015

Outrageous and hilarious

Bob August 31, 2015

Love the humor,its very good medicine!

Mike August 31, 2015

I’ll be back to visit again!

Barbie August 31, 2015

Thanks mate for a great read, us wheelies need a good laugh every now and then. Keep up the great work.

Greg August 31, 2015

Very Cool.

Bruce Cummings August 31, 2015

Great cartoons mate, keep them coming.

Andy August 31, 2015


Christidou Geusi August 31, 2015

Your cartoons are great!! I loved them…as a wheelchair user myself I found a lot of the humor in the cartoons…keep the cartoons coming!!

Lucia Rios August 31, 2015

This is an excellent site. It’s humorous and it gives others with disABILITIES the hope they need… GREAT WORK!!!

Julio Ciamarra August 31, 2015

Hey, great stuff… just what we all need. I made a student Academy Award-winning film called “Walk This Way” about my plane crash and adjustment to life in a wheelchair and it’s in the same spirit of your comics. Check out my site, and I’d like to share my film with you.

Chris Sheridan August 31, 2015

Dear John, I am impressed with dizABLED. Your humorous cartoons not only make one laugh, but they also show that there is still life after a wheelchair. Keep up the great work. I will make sure to add your link to our website. It is an inspiration to all citizens with disabilities.

Michael Welch August 31, 2015

How do we spend more time enjoying the opportunity we are helping to create?

Jim Fitzpatrick August 31, 2015

Love it all!!! Keep the rubber side down. I drive a Moto Guzzi 1000 convert with a Jawa sidecar attached. The Kuschall is flipped upside down and bungied to the luggage rack on rear of bike. What can you draw?

Vicki Cassidy August 31, 2015

Recommended reading by a friend. I love the cartoons, I will definitely be back.

Doris Carter August 31, 2015


Janet Gaitor August 31, 2015

Very well done drawings and the humor is topnotch! Where can we get posters or paper copies of your artwork? They would be an excellent addition to our library.

David Smith August 31, 2015

Loved every cartoon that I saw. I must show my 10 year old the cartoons, as he is in a wheelchair!

Lori Smith August 31, 2015

OK. I now have a hero Leeder O’Men (and women, too. How ’bout just Leeder O’All?) I do a lot of training in the community as part of our states UAP training team and I now include one of your cartoons in all the training packets. Thanks for reminding people what it’s really all about-finding a way to enjoy this cool planet. Just do what you do. You are great.

Helen Panzironi August 31, 2015

Being a disabled MSer (that’s multiple sclerosis not MicroSoft….think multiple sclerosis isn’t as bad!) It’s nice to see the lighter side of disabilities.

Stormy August 31, 2015

John-highlarious stuff! See ya in the funny pages!

Rich Hennon August 31, 2015

Just flat enjoyed your cartoons.

Ben Harville August 31, 2015

I loved the cartoon making fun of the PGA Tour’s attitudes. What a bunch of phonies; after all, everyone gets a handicap when they play golf. Keep satirizing those bigoted bozos who attack our basic rights to intermingle freely in society. You’ve got the style to make a clear point in a classy manner. Kill ’em with humor!

Mike Collins August 31, 2015

Outstanding site!

John Kozakiewicz August 31, 2015

A friend sent me the address after she found it. Great ‘toons! Keep up the good work!

Brian August 31, 2015

Wonderful! I love giggling and the cartoons are great for the kids! Oh and even better for the adults!!

Elizabeth Treston August 31, 2015

Looks good, open hearted, makes the diz seem to be on the inside track.

Jeff Croteau August 31, 2015

They are great cartoons : )

Trudy Keil August 31, 2015

Your drawings are great! they portray as just that, people in chairs, not confined to a chair or any of that other nonsense. i am looking for pix of quad rugby, fencers, racers, hoops players, water and snow skiiers, and anything else you’d care to share. I work at the shepherd center and your characters look positive and inspired. Can I use your drawings?

Suzanne Sheppard August 31, 2015

I am soooo impressed with your cartoons….I love them! Tell me, where are you from? Do you have other cartoons? Have you gotten them published? I was really laughing at the greyhound bus cartoon… having petitioned them for access… great humor…

Mary August 31, 2015

I love your cartoons and I hope that you get syndicated in some big newspapers across the USA. There terrific and I will keep checking in. I’m in a chair myself and I have two other friends who live here where I do that I’m going to share your cartoons and your wonderful story about you and your wife. They’re in chairs also, so I know they will get a big kick out of it. We live in a HUD housing and we have a lot of older residents that give us a bad time about our wheelchairs because they’re electric, so I will post your cartoons on our bulletin board, and poke a little fun at them! haha!

Rosalie August 31, 2015

John, Christine and I checked your site out, right on John! Leeder is a great role model and generally kick-ass dude. He has grown since I saw him 10 years ago. Keep up the good work! New years was fun, hope to see you soon.

Mark and Christine Peterson August 31, 2015

Been disABLED 20+ yrs.-interested in this subject-found it on the internet!!!

TimBurton August 31, 2015

I searched for my own name and there I was. I am not a wheelchair warrior. Grateful for what skills I do possess. I work with the HIV/AIDS infected and affected. Your site is a meaningful source of inspiration to me. To be HIV+ and mobility impaired is something I see way too often. The strengths I see around me keep Ira centered. Keep up your blessed work. I shall be a constant visitor.

IraLeeder August 31, 2015

I like the hydraulics cartoon the best. Have any comic books coming out?

Matthew Haynes August 31, 2015

I too would like to see posters of some of your work. Kids in schools would love them!

Judy Leahy August 31, 2015

John, this is Janet Wilson from the University of Oklahoma. My students loved your work and we’re going to do the course again this semester; one student questioned why you didn’t call your cartoon character, Leeder… so as not to leave out women. Keep up the good work and we’ll use your site again this semester.

Janet S. Wilson August 31, 2015

We enjoyed your cartoons, and copied them to spread your humor with our professional peers. Mike teaches students who have severe disabilities, and Susan is a school-based occupational therapist.

Susan and Mike Zinz August 31, 2015

Leeder O, you are out of sight. How about some skydiving or some hanggliding bid daddy. LFFFFFFder OOOOO!!

Michael Bidwell August 31, 2015

All I have to say is… Keep it up! I love ’em! Do you (or would you be willing to) sell wall-sized (24″x 36″ or so) prints of your work?

Chris Miller August 31, 2015

Great cartoons! My ever so helpful son just commented yesterday that he thought I could rock climb again if I could find some tires made of “EB” rubber. He is sure it will work. After seeing the cartoons, I think he may be right.

Laurie Monserrat August 31, 2015

This is a great site…it is always refreshing and entertaining to check out your work. Check out our new site when you get a chance, The Disability Resource.

Greg Madera August 31, 2015

I love your pictures!!! I am telling friends about your site, and would love to link your page to our project page.

Susan Tufts August 31, 2015

Good work! I like the cartoons. Some of them are funny to me, because I’m a roller. I’m going to try them out on my students and see what their reaction is. Ideas: More interaction with typical clueless TABs. Perhaps it would be educational, but better yet, it would be a good emotional release for folks like me.

K Hetrick August 31, 2015

Leeder is one of the coolest and most well-drawn cartoons I’ve seen… quite a hero! I am working on creating a super hero on wheels (novel type), and finding Leeder gives me many ideas! God Bless You!

Cecilia Lind August 31, 2015

We like Leeder O. Men quite a bit and we are looking for comics for the Cripworld Times (the newspaper of Cripworld). Are you interested? Let us know, thanks.

Kimberley Barreda August 31, 2015

Dear John, I was and am most impressed by dizABLED. Wish we could see those “comics” in the paper instead of the less than quality stuff we’re getting. I do want you to know that I support what I can get from your site. Regards,

SC August 31, 2015

John, Congrats on your comic. It’s very unique in an area that needs attention.

Sean Kirkpatrick August 31, 2015

Thank you so much for providing Images of disabled adolescents…we lost our 15 year old daughter last year, and have been searching for images for a homepage in her honor. Your archive images, especially sunset, fishing, and intow were a perfect way for us to express what her life was like. Thank you so very much!!! It meant so much to find the perfect images…

Pam Lowe August 31, 2015

Dear John, One of the Convomania web site designers forwarded your e-mail to me. I wanted to let you know that I checked out your web site and was very impressed. I like your style and portrayal of disability. Apple is very proud of Convomania and we’re honored to be featured on your list of links…all of them seem to have a great “attitude”. We are working on a Convomania page which will feature other web sites of interest. Your site has my vote! Many thanks,

Pam Scutt August 31, 2015

It shows the real side of wheelchairs.

Harry August 31, 2015

I liked the cartoon as someone who is looking at a wheel chair in her future I appreciate the smile.

Pati Redeagle August 31, 2015

It’s nice to see a light-hearted site dedicated to the disabled community.

Brad Weichert August 31, 2015

I am fifteen years old and have spina bifida. I find your cartoons hilarious.

Laura Welsh August 31, 2015

I really like the website!! Especially, all of the cartoons that are incorporated throughout it. Keep up the good work.

Erin August 31, 2015

Hewo. I love this site!

Arn August 31, 2015

Good stuff…I enjoy your cartoons.

Tony Reynen August 31, 2015

I have a rare adult-onset neuromuscular disease called spinal and bulbar muscular atrophy (SBMA), popularly known as Kennedy’s Disease (KD). Its symptoms are similar to ALS, but more slowly progressive. I have progressed to the stage where I need a wheelchair. I have been using the ones in stores, but now am not able to get by with a cane, and just got my own wheelchair yesterday. I was searching for wheelchair maintenance and came upon your site. I was always very physically active, and now am a 50 year old roller. Your cartoons have helped my transition to another stage of my life.

Patrick Griffin August 31, 2015

Cool Stuff !!!!!!! Eye opener – keep up the good job.

Navneet Manchanda August 31, 2015

What a great comic. Keep up the good work.

Gregory A. Winn August 31, 2015

It’s great keep up good work. I realy don’t like people with talent (ha,ha)

Lee Newman August 31, 2015

You have a great outlook on life, what we are faced with and what we can overcome when we put our thoughts and ideas on paper, what we strive for. Thanks again keep up your good work.

Eugene R. Chinino August 31, 2015

I am an Occupational Therapist working in the speciality of Wheelchairs & Seating. I think your cartoons are fab. It’s amazing how many people think that people with disabilities aren’t able to have a joke. I’ll certainly be sharing these cartoons with the people I see. Keep them coming!!!!

Tanya Syred August 31, 2015

I am the single mother of a son with Spina Bifida who will be 15 in August. I think what you have created is wonderful. I have read what some of the other people who complain about you say and they are wrong! What you are doing is great! I may not be in a wheelchair but I live it everyday and I think this is a wonderful thing you are doing. I just hope Jason will learn to “boldly roll where no man has rolled before.

Terrie Fischer August 31, 2015

We all have disabilities, some are just more visible than others. Keep up the good work. disABLED individuals need many different types of advocates. Thanks for filling a niche.

Tom August 31, 2015

Just wanted to say awesome website.

Jesse Paul August 31, 2015

Wonderful place to visit. Thanks.

Casey Leo Huff August 31, 2015

OMG this place is wonderful, I am speechless……. I need help please….just starting my site. I have lots of ideas … but not sure on how to do them.

Nancy August 31, 2015

I am a wheelchair user myself (cerebral palsy), and have been since birth. I like leeder. I have read your leeder o’ phobes page and all I can suggest is that they lighten up a bit. I found the cartoons very humerous.

Mark Horton August 31, 2015

This site is great! I almost fell out of bed reading it tonight. The scene where he catapulted from his chair by a piece of gum was hilarious. I’ve come really close to that with pebbles and such. I love Leeder’s almost unconcious “Can Do” in the face of others’ incredulity. Thanks for keeping my perspective a little more positive.

Ken August 31, 2015

Awesome comix! Never have I met someone with a sense of humour and adventure so close to my own. Too bad he’s a comic character! Way to go Leeder and Lytles!

Jocelyn August 31, 2015

This site is mad, i love it!!!

Hugh Anderson August 31, 2015

We need more people like you! Keep up the good work!

Jennifer August 31, 2015

I know you are not disabled, but your humor is appropriate and just simply funny. As a T-4 paraplegic, I don’t have a problem saying that. My only sports are hunting and fishing, but hey, you can’t have everything (that is, if you don’t want it..).! Keep it up!

Tow W. Resse, Jr. August 31, 2015

Great cartoons, some are to close for comfort.

Dennis August 31, 2015

Great job! Keep up the good work. Here’s something that really happened to me before I retired. Feel free to use it for a cartoon. This happened about 1979. I was doing industrial training for Tektronix inc. at the time. (I’ve been a paraplegic since 1958, age 17). Was returning from lunch with a friend, Gary, who is a little outspoken, when we found my reserved handicap space occupied. I Parked in an unoccupied space nearby and was wheeling into the building when the owner of the illegally parked car came out. He looked at me and said, I took your parking space didn’t I?”. Before I could say anything, Gary said, “That’s alright, illiteracy is a handicap…” The guy never said a another word. Just got to heck out of there.

Steve Gentis August 31, 2015

Hi Leeder, I am an integration Coordiantor for the town of Ajax and my primary responsibility is to provide inclusive recreational opportunities for everyone. I am now designing some brochures and training manuals. I would like permission to use some of your inspirational carttoons to emphasize my points and increase the awareness of the community. My brochures must go to print by Nov 19th so any answer as soon as possible would be greatly appreciated. I could include you’re web site on the brochure so that they can enjoy all of your work.

Kelly Gravelle August 31, 2015

I am in a wheelchair and a friend of mine who is also in a wheelchair stumbled upon your website and we love it.

Kerry Bissell August 31, 2015

I just wanted to let you know that I love this site. A friend of mine is loves wheelchair freestylin’ and I was just looking stuff up on the web. He loved this site. I hope that you continue your strips because its a really great thing. :-)

Emily August 31, 2015

I had some great fun here! I hope you don’t mind (if so tell me please) but i’ve taken a few of your cartoons and put them at my site (at the R(l)olstoel humor = Wheelchairfun section) of course with the credits you disurve and with a link to your website. I hope you’ll keep making lots and lots more of these great cartoons. Greetings from the Netherlands

Anita Groot August 31, 2015

I live in Scotland, near Edinburgh, and I am about to develop my helpline for children with a disability and their parents (called Signpost) from a part-time service at home to a full-time service in an office (yippee!). We are looking for ways to decorate the office with images that will cheer people up, and maybe make them think a little, and your cartoons do both. May we reproduce some of them, with full credit and copyright info on them, of course? Please e-mail me and let me know if this is ok. By the way, I followed the link from “funny as a crutch” to find you. Thanks for your help, and keep ’em coming!

Lesley Mount August 31, 2015

Great site, I just love those cartoons, a very beautiful way to lighten up ones day.

Batstone Pramod August 31, 2015

great cartoons! i’m not dizabled myself but i’m studying industrial design and i want to develop wheelchairs and other therapy stuff in the future. i skate though n i loved the ones on the half-pipes n on the pool. keep it up!

Carlos Perez August 31, 2015

Love the ‘toons. I’m a polio survivor (had it in ’57 and made a pretty good recovery). I’ve been ambulatory for the last 44 years, but had to start using a manual chair (Quickie Triumph) about two months ago due to PPS. Just a couple of days after I started using the chair, I was hot-dogging down the sidewalk in the dark and hit a crack. Are you aware that the distance a person lands from the wheelchair is in direct proportion to the speed he’s traveling when the chair stops abruptly? Anyway, the next night I ran across (Oops, I said “ran.” Hope that doesn’t offend the ‘phobes.) your site and the “Cracks Kill” ‘toon is now up on the refrigerator. I’m a young, healthy 50 (I just don’t walk so good), and I get a real kick out of Leeder. I’m not the least bit offended by the fact that you’re not disabled and think the ‘phobes need to get a life. Hell, I wouldn’t go out and sign up for polio, but things are what they are and in the very short time I’ve been a wheelchair user I’ve managed to do some pretty funny stuff. Lighten up, ‘phobes, life’s too short to take yourself so seriously.

Michael Healer August 31, 2015

one of my best friends, matt, is in a wheelchair and we are both in the 10th grade at harrison high. i think that it is great that our school allows kids with disabilities to be in normal classes. in middle school they were not allowed to be in normal class and we never got to know them. i think that if we are exposed to disabilities in schoool and life at an early age, there would not be as much teasing and nonunderstanding when they get older.

Kourtney Spaulding August 31, 2015

well here is the real wheelchair-stuntman. come play with trevair Leeder i’m still waiting for my intro cartoon after all i jump in the snow on the dirt and really grind rails check out the new movie from and let me know what you want to do.

Trevair August 31, 2015

Awww hell I haven’t laughed this much in ages!!!!!! Oops are we crips allowed to laugh???

Andy Wattson August 31, 2015

They were very interesting comics.

Moto August 31, 2015

They are hilarious Thanks.

Alyssa Carton August 31, 2015

Hey these were really cool. Its so great to be able to see the funny side of it. Love the adventure that comes everyday from being in a whell chair!!!

Jene Frost August 31, 2015

Nice comic about the boxer and the low blows. Reminds me of a. golota. How about hot rod powered wheel-chair racers entering in a lawn mower race against a bunch of Tim Allen wannabes

David Thompson August 31, 2015

Great website, loads of links. I am searching for an old friend from California; his name is Nick Zirpolo and he used to work for Stanford University. Can you find him for me? Also, I will recommend your site to my best friend Ms. Hita who leads a pretty interesting life in her wheelchair in Hong Kong

Philine Bracht August 31, 2015

What a great site!!! Thanks for portraying the lighter side of having a disability.

Lisa Franks August 31, 2015

hilarious! I referred your cartons in my work website.

Wheelchair Warrior August 31, 2015

liked the cartoon they are brilliant i’m a wheelchair user myself can i past em up on my sight and and print them out so i can show them to ppl. i think they really do get the message i’ve been sending all along and that is just coz my legs don’t work properly doesn’t mean the rest of me doesn’t

Neil Tideswell August 31, 2015

It’s been a spell since I laughed out.

Dave August 31, 2015

Loved it!

Dragan August 31, 2015

Nice cartoons.

Kristina August 31, 2015

Thanks for a great website. Keep on rollin’

Robby Ferguson August 31, 2015

Hello from the BA.d.s. Wheelchair Basketball Club (Italy)!

Lylo Moltheni August 31, 2015

Very cool, I like it a lot, many remind me of similar situations I’ve been in with my own wheels, like down 18 steps at a museum where they had a ramp IN but none going OUT, and the crowd inside was huge and thick, no way to get back through.

Nick Zirpolo August 31, 2015

WOW, This is a great site,the comic books looks good.I’ll be ordering t’shirt soon & i’ll also love ordering comic books too, soon.

Philip McCoy August 31, 2015

Very very good.

Robby August 31, 2015

Tremendous cartoons.

Myck August 31, 2015

Thank God for you!

Lynwood F. Mundy August 31, 2015

Hey man I really dug the cartoons definitely got some smiles. Thanks!

Marty Anderson August 31, 2015

This is good stuff. It doesn’t exactly mirror my experince as a 28 year old Wheelchair user, NONTHELESS it is not your job to mirror anything. As an artist your only job is to express yourself in a funny way. In that you have suceeded. On the issuse of you being non-disabled never let that bother you, man is a thinking creature and as such is capable of empathy. The woman who draws the strip that I will someday publish draws what I write down with an almost uncanny skill( and she is able-bodied, or normal or whatever the hell those who would deem to speak as if all those in wheelchairs were of a mind would call her) Whatever anyone may call her she is of ENORMUS value to me both as an artist and a friend. I defy anyone to say my statement on my own disablilly is less valid becuse my parnter’s legs work. Keep at it my friend. a LOT of people NEED humor. Best

Robert L. McCarthy August 31, 2015

I really enjoyed this site!!! Looking forward to seeing more.

Laura Smith August 31, 2015

To all those people who are pissed becaiuse the author of these comics is not disabled… lighten up. I am a dual paralympian and gold medalist in wheelchair basketball. Not to mention I am an access consultant who works extensively on Australias DDA. No one is an expert at being or haveing a disability. Anything that can make people laugh at themselves can only help. The world is serious enough for all of us not to have a little piece that is not. I vote one for Leeder. Great work and if anything maybe he is becoming a little soft.

Nick Morris August 31, 2015

I am the editor (journalist on wheelchair too…) of the first italian non profit website dedicated to the new culture of disability. The magazine will be online in a couple of weeks, before the end of january. I would like to use and translate the texts of your cartoons, because they are really nice and positive. Can I do, with your free permission? I hope so, and I wait for your answer. Anyway, if you have any question, don’t hesitate to contact me and my colleagues, all young italian journalists. Happu new year to you from Italy.

Franco Bomprezzi August 31, 2015

awesome instigator… thats what we all need …a little something to make us think, laugh open up and lighten up!!!! thanks for taking a chance and adding to the culture.

Kim August 31, 2015

Funny pictures for a wheelman from France who recognized himself in it. Good luck!

Francois August 31, 2015

Laughter is the best way to deal with life and KD.

Ted Abbott August 31, 2015

I like your website alot. U need a caratoon about to show people how it feels about being made fun of having a disability.

Tiffany August 31, 2015

This should definitely be in newspapers around the country. Thanx!

Darin Smith August 31, 2015

Those were some pretty awesome comics! keep up the great work… I’ll be check back soon for new ones!!

Susanita August 31, 2015

Great fun.

Pat August 31, 2015

Great cartoon! I have a student who was in an accident and is now in a wheelchair. She also has a great need for speed! Thanks for giving her someone to identify with!!

Amy Craftal August 31, 2015

Cool stuff.

Phil Bowers August 31, 2015

I LOVE the cartoons on your site!! Keep up the awsome work.

Stefanie August 31, 2015

Great fun cartoons.

Charles Malvasi Jr. August 31, 2015

Nice job guys!!!

Clint Cook August 31, 2015

Cool toons dude.

Joe La Rue August 31, 2015

Great work.

Barry Farmer August 31, 2015

I like it very much.

Henry Minn August 31, 2015

Like the cartoons. I’m 12 and a speed freak too and like to try everything wild. i like the way it noises up people when they see a wheelykid doing stuff that they think is too risky.

Sean Glass August 31, 2015 totally rulez killer! LEEDER O flat out kicks ass! I’m a C 3-4 Quadriplegic and really dig LEEDER O! His style kinda reminds me of myself, except I’m a little more dizABLED. Ten years in a chair, and loving it. Am I crazy? Maybe, but I’m still alive. Keep Kick’n it in high gear.

Ric Sims August 31, 2015

I must say I really enjoyed your page and your comics bring some laughter to help cope with my disability.

Donald Carpenter August 31, 2015

What a great idea. I am setting up Links for kids with disabilities and would love to have a kids book.

Denise Heitler August 31, 2015

I had just received my T-Shirt and the Leeder comic books today, had to show my visiting nurse, We both loved them, hope you publish more! …How about a coffee mug with “Leeder” on it?

Tammy and Elizabeth Foss August 31, 2015

Cool site, made me smile. Thanks!

Donna August 31, 2015

Great stuff! Glad i dropped in.

Mimi August 31, 2015


Charles Boone August 31, 2015

Excellent comics guys. Keep up the good work.

John August 31, 2015

I’m in a wheelchair and I appreciate the humor that you bring into it. It all doesn’t have to be so gloomy, nice touch.

Bobbie Sue August 31, 2015

I’m a T-11/12 para and I would be deep into extreme wheelchair sports if I had the opportunity. Especially the downhill mountainchair. Unfortunately chairs and accessories are by no means cheap. Not only that most of the individuals around here in wheelchairs are old, or don’t do a darn thing. Well to the point of all this! I’m wanting to know if Sean Baum (the picture of the guy in the skateboard pit) has a web page, E-mail address, or some way of getting in contact with him. I’ve just recently stumbled accross your site looking for handbikes and found the toons quite amusing. Will coming back daily from here out.

Jon Wages August 31, 2015

I have been a special education teacher for the last 15 years and I love your web site! LeEder is an inspiration!

Cynthia Boehm August 31, 2015

Good Job!!! Nice to see humor ‘among’ us.

Bob Johnson August 31, 2015

Neat site. Get tired of dealing with serious s*** every day. Refreshing site. I’ll be back.

Greg Fleckenstein August 31, 2015

I’ll be back…

Juanita Reed August 31, 2015

I’m paraplegic since 1997, and my accident happened when I was driving, since I like races.

Christian August 31, 2015

Heck of a website. Thanks to Capt. Cursor. Drive Missions of Mercy for “elderly” and infirm… unfortunately I’m too old to lift a chair, but handle amputees as well. Laughter makes everything better!!!

Jo Moses August 31, 2015

Leeder, Your sense of humor parallels our sports passion – we both sort of Level the playing field. Keep up the great work.

Johnny Bulson August 31, 2015

Love this.

Sheila Kelpin August 31, 2015

I am in a wheelchair and I loved the cartoons great work and there funny.

Mellisa August 31, 2015

I love your cartoon. I don’t care if your in a wheelchair or not. I like the fact that you made a super hero who is different. Thank you and keep up the great work. A sence of humor is a powerful tool that can chage the world.

Jim Becknell August 31, 2015

Cool site Leeder.

Tulley Nelson August 31, 2015

Great site, it made me laugh. My paraplegic Fiancee will love the cartoon, cheers, keep them coming.

Chris Mellins August 31, 2015

It’s very funny and interesting!

Jimi S August 31, 2015


Seba August 31, 2015

This is a very good idea. I am disabled and you need a good laugh sometimes to keep going, but also it is a serious page with some of the other things that is in it.

Betty Ann Cannon August 31, 2015

I think these cartoons are awsome, there are alot of funny ones, none of them are bad.

Eddie Richards August 31, 2015

Nice site. I like the subject matter. No one’s done anything addressing disabled issues as a comic that I know of before.

Mach Stormrunner August 31, 2015

Loved the site. Made me laugh my butt off.

Robert Foxx August 31, 2015

I think this is great. I’ve been waiting to see somthing like this.

Mark August 31, 2015

Great site!! My son is in a wheelchair and humour is how we survive some days…..he will pass this site off to his friends Can we order the T’s from Canada? Thanks again. Keep up the fun work!!

Shirls August 31, 2015

Hey man, u got a sweet site here. I’m a quad in an electric wheelchair and ur cartoons are pretty damn funny

Josh Vander Vies August 31, 2015

Thank you for creating this site it is very uplifting and i think it will do wonders for the kids who see it.

Samueal Oldfield August 31, 2015

Wow. What a site. keep up the good work. as someone who works with the people in the chairs often, i found the cartons funny. ( i coach baseball)

Debbi August 31, 2015


Kumar August 31, 2015

Great sarcasm.

Cheryl August 31, 2015

This is a great site, I hope everyone likes it also.

Tanya August 31, 2015

Great site, keep them coming!

Bill Wayne August 31, 2015

An inspirational site.

Chris Malone August 31, 2015

Great site.

Gerry Milton August 31, 2015

These cartoons are great!

Peggy Abbot August 31, 2015

I enjoy your comics very much.

Yair Grosman August 31, 2015

Since I’m on the job now, I didn’t have time to fancy on your productions, but they are phantastic! In any case many many thanks from Italy!

Elisabetta Cardelli August 31, 2015

Very funny and interesting stuff. Keep it up.

Michael and Lorena August 31, 2015

Neat. really neat. Thank You.

Adam Sutch August 31, 2015

I appreciate good WC humour.

Marty Rowlands August 31, 2015

Love your website, the cartoons are hilarious. A sense of humour is definitely a great thing to have! I’m in Chatham Ontario.

Rachel August 31, 2015

Pretty good. E-mail me, I need to talk to someone who uses electric wheelchairs, please.

Jason Smith August 31, 2015

I can really identify whith humor in your comics being that I’m in a wheelchair too.

Shayne Marlatt August 31, 2015

Hi! I received your web address via an email and decided to check it out. They are great! I work at an ILC in Missouri, and volunteer with the St. Louis Wheelchair Athletic Association.

Tami Martin August 31, 2015

Welldone. We don’t have comic strips for the handicapped person in France yet. Handicap is still too sensitive to be talked about and generally hidden!

Katie August 31, 2015

FANTASTIC! What more can I say than what my Grandfather said to me on his deathbed. If you ever lose your sense of humour, you might as well be where I am going soon!

John Wyllie August 31, 2015

Hello…Dale Hand (cyberoutlaw), my ol’Navy Buddie told me of your sight. I have been CARTOONING since a kid. I’m now 45 and still TOON frequently. I’m a U.S. Merchant Marine and wish the both of you FUTURE SUCCESS…draw on!!!

Marty Gavin August 31, 2015

Thanks for having a website that shows the bright side of being disabled. It’s nice to know that there is a place where I can come to and get a laugh when things get to that point!

Miles R. Murphrey August 31, 2015

As a disabled american in France it is a shock to find such an interesting comic available.

Howard Bush August 31, 2015

I applaud your sense of decency. Too many Americans think that if you change the name of the condition, you somehow change the condition. Calling a disabled person “differently-abled” is an insult to my sensabilities. You should read the book, “The Millionaire’s Secrets” by Mark Fisher. It is a work of fiction that chronicles the trials of a young businessman who finds himself suddenly paralyzed from the waist down, and becomes immensely successful because his disability forces his mind to grow beyond that of which it would have otherwise been capable. It’s a good read.

John Poling August 31, 2015

John and Claire, Leeder O. Men is funny enough, well drawn enough, and real enough to belong in mainstream daily newspapers. I’m going to send copies of your work to the Detroit Free Press. Keep up the good work. The Disability Nation needs people like you and Leeder.

Kim Hetrick August 31, 2015

I found out about this website while perusing through Occupational Therapy Now Magazine. It’s great to see this information and humour on the world wide web. I will definitely recommend it to my O.T. colleagues.

Roland Castillo August 31, 2015

As a disabled young adult and soon to be special educator, I adore your cartoons and applaud your efforts!

Jaime LynAde August 31, 2015

Nice site! Stacy Kohut is very inspiring to me.

Garrett Preikschas August 31, 2015

I just thought I would thank you for being the first person I have heard of, to make a joke about “disabled” people. My daughter has a condition called arthrogryposis which restricts movement of all limbs. She is four and in a wheelchair. I am glad to know that she will have a good role models to not take herself so seriouslly. Thank You.

Jessica Curtis August 31, 2015

I think your cartoons are great.

Don Miller August 31, 2015

This the first time I saw the cartoon and I thought some of them where quite funny.

Cindy August 31, 2015

Would it hurt your feelings if I said that I have made you the officical toon of my website. I always look forward to more adventures!

Michael True August 31, 2015

Totally great! Love the cartoons, attitude, thumb in the nose. How ’bout some cartoons about other disabilities too?

Jenni Mechem August 31, 2015

Like your cartoons…etc.

Kihm August 31, 2015

Great job. Keep up the great work.

Bob and Cassie Sternthall August 31, 2015

Hi, loved the cartoons… first time I’ve ever seen anything like it! Great work. Do you mind if I link to your site from Cafe Connect?

Jim Byrne August 31, 2015

Very inventive idea. I love to go through all cartoon while I’m sittin’ in wheelchair. Your productivity is being spread out fast when I’ve told many of my wheeling friends in Thailand to visit your site. Yesterday I printed out some of them and gave them to my counterpart, an American lady from Invacare Inc. She bursted a big laugh and asked me for your website also. It’s 1:00am. I’ll feed you back later. Bye

Toapong Kulkhanchit August 31, 2015

My husband, Tim sent me your site address. Very funny stuff, I like it!

Belinda Burton August 31, 2015

I found you searching for disability and humor. I collect disability related jokes. You’re a find. I love your work. I use the jokes for teaching so need bad ones too. forward any you have, hard to find new material. searches are sort of random.

Robin Smith August 31, 2015

Love all humour even about us wheelies. Hate PC by people who dont know. Keep up the good work and never ever loose your sense of humour.

Bill Gilhooley August 31, 2015

Hi, from Argentina here. Very good idea about humor about disabled people. Keep doing that, the disabled topics don’t have to be serious.

Leandro August 31, 2015

Found you by accident, and have really enjoyed my time here. As “The Terminator” says, “I’ll be back!!” Thanx to y’all for the GRINZ!

Sue Haldane-Laster August 31, 2015

Just wanted you to see how excited we are to be able to feature Leeder O. Men for our I-Can Online community members. Right now we are advertising the comic on our front page.

Bethany Broadwell August 31, 2015

Great!!! I’m an italian boy and I’m doing a research about disabilities…so… it was a great surprise for me to find your site. I’m not a person with disability and sometimes it’s difficult to understand this world that is new for me, That’s why creations like this site are a valuable help. Irony is the only way to face life… that the great instruction you give. thanks. P.S. Sorry for my english but… try to write in italian and we’ll see!!!

Alessandro Menin August 31, 2015

Hi there, I have just found this site and it is very interesting, hope everybody is well and having fun. A good moto is: SMILE, then everyone wants to know what your thinking!!

Hayley August 31, 2015

Great site…

Kirt Toombs August 31, 2015

13 yr old with Duchene’s Muscular Dystrophy. Confined to W/C

Ben Edrington August 31, 2015

gr8 sight keep it going!!!!

Gerhard Wessels August 31, 2015

Great web site!!!!!!!!! Best of luck in all of your endevors!!

Bob Davis August 31, 2015


Turkey August 31, 2015

Just to let you know, i’m a 46-year old female diabetic, back in april of 1995 lost a leg from vascular complications ((Right) “BKA”), I’m now in a wheelchair and rely on wheelchair vans to get to my doctor, my left leg is 100% blocked from any blood flow and they (dr’s) are waiting to amputate that too!

Tammy Foss August 31, 2015

Great idea.

Virgo August 31, 2015

Good stuff! It would b really really cool if U had a chat room or something for wheelies to meet. I haven’t met any on the net and I’m sure lots of people would like to meet others in similar circumstances. Rock…er…roll on!

Kye August 31, 2015

I LOVE your page!!

PalLerma August 31, 2015

First I have seen would like to see more.

James M. Brook August 31, 2015

Very fun and creative! I enjoyed it!

Debbie Barrett August 31, 2015

Need a smile!!!!!

Patsy Lane Hellen August 31, 2015

As Always this is a KOOL place. I love the toons.

Michael VanRanden August 31, 2015

t8para santa cruz, love to get rad. Ski Skate Fly

JimiZ August 31, 2015


Theresa August 31, 2015

I loved the sense of humour, most of all the bus cartoon, how very right that seems!!!!!

Peter Gardiner August 31, 2015

I think this is just so cool!!!

Sandra August 31, 2015

Pretty awesome cartoons.In your face type of humor certainly helps to break down barriers that exist for people with disabilities. Keep the pen working…

Gord Bureau August 31, 2015

Cool site, great idea. The world can use a little more humor, especially in an area where most ambulatory folks are uncomfortable.

Kevin Kinney August 31, 2015

I work at a special ed school with a neurologically involved population. They love the cartoons with chairs… Thanks!

Eileen Wallace August 31, 2015

I was surfing the net and came across your site. It sure is funny. I just wanted all the offroad wheelchair racers to remember who the champ is and I wanted to tell them to get prepaired for chairx 2000…other than all that good work.

Trevor Snowden August 31, 2015

Laffter: the best medicine and teacher, as your site has shown. Keep on leading by example… are number 1!!!

Elizabeth August 31, 2015

Everyone needs to smile.

Don & Geri Meyer August 31, 2015

Superb site! I knew it sometime ago thru the web page of Faire Face the APF magazine in France. That’s what your site aims and help us to do: to stand right in front of ordinary people.

Alan August 31, 2015

Liked the “toon”. I’ve just begun learning to live with my disABILITIES, so everything is new to me.

Lynn Kinder August 31, 2015

Had a run in with polio in 1957. Polio won the battle, I’m winning the war.

Michael A. Dean August 31, 2015

First time I’ve seen you, I joined immediately. I’m a 73 year old L2-L3 para with a decompression laminectomy that goes down to S-1. I imahgine that like most of us I feel lonely, it’s nice to have company and not on the theme of, ‘misery loves company,’ as most wheelchair occupants I have met, at least those who were compis mentis, are fun to be with. Thanks for your site.

Robert W. Altken August 31, 2015

I love your cartoons. They are right on. I have only been in a wheelchair for about two years.

Ernie Richardson August 31, 2015

Keep up the good work!!

Helge Steen August 31, 2015

Very cute cartoon.

Claire August 31, 2015

I relate! Thanks for helping me remember that there is funny side to being in a wheelchair.

Steve Parkes August 31, 2015

I really liked it. I could always use a laugh.

Kevin Knox August 31, 2015

Not bad, like it.

Judi Johnny August 31, 2015

The city of Escondido talks a good talk, but doesn’t want disabled workers. That’s Escondido, CA

Jesse Dye August 31, 2015

The comic sounds very cool!

Vicky Patrick August 31, 2015

My name is Chris Hardin and I was injured in an automobile accident in ’99. I am paralyzed from the waste down and in a wheelchair (paraplegic) with all my upper strenth. I am forming an organization of dizabled people in the Southeast so that as a dizabled person we can continue our outdoor activities. These activities will include everything from skydiving to scuba diving ,snow sking (Mono)and everything in between. My web page is If you know anyone dizabled and looking to continue their outdoor life, direct them to my sight. I am open for any questions, suggestions,comments or ideas.

Chris Hardin August 31, 2015

Nice work.

Jerry Sangiamo August 31, 2015

Very Cool Site! I love the cartoons!

Shelly Woods August 31, 2015

Been checking out the strips for years, love them.

James Jones August 31, 2015

I’m not a dare-devil but I love the cartoons. Leeder is cool and so American (to English eyes).

Beverly Ashton August 31, 2015

These are soo cute! I’m sending them to my whole team.

Shawna August 31, 2015

Your site is so cool and funny. I told all my friends about this site.

Adrian Bear August 31, 2015

Excellent cartoon.

David Tison August 31, 2015

Your cartoons are the greatest. A great asset to Wheel me on.

Alan Weinrib August 31, 2015

I love it!

Julia Fearing August 31, 2015

Sweet site

Todd Boyer August 31, 2015

Thanks to WAPD, I’m glad I found a site that can bring a smile to me when I can visit.

Jim Smith, Sr. August 31, 2015

I love the comic! What a fantastic way to educate through humor. Keep up the great work!

Jay August 31, 2015

Yur site is cool!

Nick Wiedl August 31, 2015

Cool ‘toons! I use a chair (t-12 SCI), and I enjoy seeing the lighter side.

Chair Jon August 31, 2015

I used to do a zine called Pad Rot, you and I traded. Did a search on “Naughty Nomads” and found your site. Still think NN is one of the best zines I ever read. Glad to see you’re doing well.

Mike Benson August 31, 2015

I’m a 14 year old para from Montreal, Canada, and I love your comic! I think it is great! You might think I am crazy, but I LOVE BEING IN A WHEELCHAIR!! There are so many cool things about them, especially the wheelies! Leeder is like a role model to me, keep up the great cartoons!!

Dean Morrow August 31, 2015

I didn’t realize that you weren’t disabled. You seem to be perceptive enough of what it’s like to be disabled, though. This is way beyond the black and white issue… I find it truly amazing that people like yourself are willing to look at the positive side instead of conforming to what is grim and dismal. Thanks again.

Keith Greenberg August 31, 2015

I loved this cartoon and the archive I glanced through. I am a part-time wheeler, and this is great. I am going to pass this site along to our listserv for our disease. They should also get a kick out of it.

Greg Singer August 31, 2015

Very funny stuff.

Cliff Akin August 31, 2015

Thank you for your work that I saw on wheel chair people I loved it. I hope you also cover the blind, deaf, child cancer people also. Once again thanks a lot.

Unsigned August 31, 2015

I love the cartoons. Some people, including my doctors look very uncomfortable when I make jokes about being in a wheelchair.

JoAnn August 31, 2015

I find your strip wonderful. It shows the lighter side of life in a wheelchair and more importantly that just because a person is in a wheelchair does not mean they don’t have a sense of humor. I think with all this political correctness garbage people are afraid of saying or doing anything that might somehow be taken as being put down. So way to go and keep up the good work.

Sandra Slocomb August 31, 2015

I can’t find the words to describe your work. The usual ones don’t do justice like, fantastic, excellent, intriguing, etc. You seem to have a concept that few have been able to have. I thank the peter noone website for directing me to your website. Lots of luck in the future with your most appreciated talent. Thanks,

Debbie J. Walters August 31, 2015

I think your web page is wonderful. I do appreciate all the information about how to handle a person in a wheelchair. I help out with Special Olympics cause we look at our people in wheelchairs as people just like us, with a goal. Tomorrow, on Sat., I will head to Salem, OR for teaching our Atheletes how to hit a golf ball. Most of them are in wheelchairs. I always make sure I am at eye level. I guess it is from all my teaching classes and psychology classes and when I did my field experience from grades K thru 8th grade. Thank you for providing the information. The cartoon was great!

Lin Hamill August 31, 2015

My brother is Jason Brumley. Have something about cheese in it.

Jessica August 31, 2015

My whole family loved your site! : )

Larry Graves August 31, 2015

Liked browsing your very original cartoons and hope you do more in the future. Found you on the links at CSILC. How about more cartoons with girls/women. How about wheelchair surfing?

C Arnold August 31, 2015

I am the founder of “On The Move”, a not for profit social and support group that assists the spinal cord injury patiients. Anything that will bring some humor and some laughter will be worth the price.

John Cortez, Jr. August 31, 2015

Lytle’s, Thanx! This arrived at a perfect time! For me, other’s! Then there is no such thing as a “BAD TIME”, for this!!!!!!!!!! DISABLED and PROUD!

Tim Burton August 31, 2015

John & Claire, love the strip!!! I live right next to O.S.U hospitals and the independent living dorms for the disabled. I’m always telling them about the strip! I also write for the Ohio State Lantern. I write a strip titled “Fathertyme” which is is published weekly-for the last two years! Thanks again and good luck to you!

Antoine P. Fathertyme August 31, 2015

I think that your comic strip is great! I’m a third year law student who has hopes of representing individuals with disabilities when I graduate. Your comic book will be on the shelves of all of my mentors as soon as I get it.

Laura McNally August 31, 2015

Wonderful! I love the parking spot compromise.

Laurie August 31, 2015

Very Cool.

Claire Coleman August 31, 2015

Good to see someone is being positive about this physical shit.

Roy Garcia August 31, 2015

Just loved your imagination and spirit.

Nuno Andre dos Santos Oliveira August 31, 2015

Hi! The kids I told u about at the hospital who love your site unfortunately do not have email…. or they would write! Sorry! They do love you tho!

Karen August 31, 2015

I loved it, keep up the great work, looking forward to returning.

Natasa August 31, 2015

Your cartoons would brighten the day of some of my homebound buddies. Thanks.

Linda Buff August 31, 2015

Hi! I like your website very much. That is wonderful.

Gunta August 31, 2015

Kewl : ) I just adore those toons. More people should read this stuff. That’s why I linked to your site. I dont want to miss anything!!!

Mike Van Randen August 31, 2015

Great strip!

Dana Rhyne August 31, 2015


William Fisher August 31, 2015

As a person with a disability that has gotten elected to public office (city council/Desert Hot Springs, CA) I really love your material. I wish more people understood the importance of using humor to challenge old stereotypes.

Gary Bosworth August 31, 2015

Hi there. This is the DISC sysop. I really enjoyed your home page with the cartoons. I especially like the tumbling wheelchair.

Charlotte Shepard, DISC August 31, 2015

Great concept! Keep going!

P.M. Kunkle August 31, 2015

Very nice!

Bill Martin August 31, 2015

Thanks for the book. My 17 year old wheelchair maniac, Katie, loves it. Trouble is that she’s already a maniac on wheels and she’s getting ideas on more wacky stunts to pull.

Frank August 31, 2015

Your site kicks ass. Right up there with the likes of John Callahan. Keep up the good work

Clayton Lewis August 31, 2015

Wacky and wonderful!

Rebecca Lundy August 31, 2015

Not disabled, but saw your comic on my friends web page. Enjoyed very much.

Quips From The Crips August 31, 2015

I like your character. I like any character who likes to take chances. Especially, one who likes to conquer stunts. So keep that dude jumping, hurdling, flipping, loppty looping, and so forth. Also, I plan on ordering that comic too. There’s more daredevil in Leeder than there is in that Daredevil comic Marvel puts out. Why? Cause Leeder’s raw.

Chris Welch August 31, 2015

Congratulations. Keep the comic coming.

Luke August 31, 2015

Nice cartoons, I’ll be back to check out your new ones. Keep up the great work.

Dan Meyer August 31, 2015

There are now A LOT of kids/teens at Blythedale Children’s Hospital who are hooked on your toons! They think it is the coooooolest site!!! Thanks!!! It really makes a difference! Have U animated any of your pics? They’re just begging for it! The handrail one would be especially cool to animate! Thanks again!

Karen Van Den Heuvel August 31, 2015

Leeder is as fun and inspiring as ever.

Miki Vuckovich, Tony Hawk Foundation August 31, 2015

Saw your cartoons. I think they are very cool! Thanks!

E.V.B., BonArt Creations August 31, 2015

I think your cartoons are totally awesome. I am not disabled, but I have several friends who are, and I tune in every wednesday for the new “toon”. Keep up the great work.

Trudy Castrogiovanni August 31, 2015

Awesome cartoons dude…cheer me up even on my worst dayz! Keep ’em coming!

Chad McDaniel August 31, 2015

Stick it up the phobes.

Simon August 31, 2015

Finally a site on my wavelink. Keep it rollin in!!!!

Jason Brumley August 31, 2015


Susan Jones August 31, 2015

I loved your greyhound and Casey Martin Cartoons. They’re the greatest!

Ann Barnhart August 31, 2015

Positive inspiration.

Nicole Trigg August 31, 2015

Awesome site.

Chairiots August 31, 2015

Go ahead and take a jab at the stupid things that health care providers do, in the name of better servicing those with physical disabilities. I think we need to have our shortcomings pointed out to us, so hopefully we can improve our services.

Courtney August 31, 2015

I have been a para for 6 years and never heard of this sight. I found it by accident but I will not lose it, I love it. I laughed so hard. It is great to see someone who sees no pity in being a gimp. I don’t, hey it’s time to live life to it’s fullest! Keep up the great work.

Tricia Sapp August 31, 2015

What is the karmic connection that has placed you as a light-hearted voice championing the cause of the dizABLED? Is this a past life thing? All the best to you and Claire!

Allen Whitman August 31, 2015

I had a look at your cartoon work recently and found it amusing and inventive. It’s especially refreshing to see the positive, pro-adventure attitude.

Sean Lindsay August 31, 2015

The page seems very interesting, your theme is very explosive and has potential. I am a skater in Columbia. If you know someone interested in talking with me about the skate scene here i would be stoked. I don’t have ideas, but the comic always says something interesting.

Andres August 31, 2015

This is a very valuable service and website for world awareness of disABILITY. I am very impressed! Just needs to be exposed to millions each week. Perhaps some of our groups and associations can assist with that.

George Kerford, President, WAPD August 31, 2015

I love the cartoon. We run a youth project for adolescents with special needs – with your permission, I would love to do a colour print of Leeder’s exploits each week and post him on the wall.

Ric Law August 31, 2015

Northwest Wheelchair basketball rules!!!

Dan August 31, 2015

udonngood tanks

Ron Wells August 31, 2015

I found your site very entertaining. I am a physical Therapist assistant that is going to start up a wheelchair tennis program. Would like any help that can be given. Thanx and keep on rolling!

Tom Galle August 31, 2015

Way to look on the lighter side!!!!

Heidi August 31, 2015

OH MY GOD DO I LOVE THIS STUFF!! You guys are doing a GREAT job. Keep wheelin’ in the good stuff.

Emili Smith August 31, 2015

Very good cartoons. I liked them a lot.

Donna Macmillan August 31, 2015

Fantastic stuff, I’ve bookmarked you!

Trudy Mulligan August 31, 2015

I love what you have; I work at the LBMMC Peds Rehab Dept and we don’t have anything cute to show young adults.

Maria Soto August 31, 2015

Now thats some funny stuff!!! LOL

Joshua Weckler August 31, 2015

Rock on you guys.

Joe David Collins Foley August 31, 2015

Great site! I’m glad to see humor in the subject. I was SO TIRED of being felt sorry for. Thanks for looking on the lighter side!!!

Nikki August 31, 2015

Hey, really great and REALLY funny! I luv how you don’t make him seemed handicapped, cuz he’s not!!!

lovce_casts_girl August 31, 2015

I would first like to say how much I enjoyed the humor in your strip. But the reason I am writing you is to offer you additional exposure on my comic strip site. This is a free site, and of course free exposure. Please feel free to take a look at the site and write me with any questions.

James Fleitz August 31, 2015

Hi. I just discovered dizABLED comics and I also discovered that you have same name as mine!

John T. August 31, 2015

Glad to have found you!

Margaret Deavours August 31, 2015

More, more, more… super cool!

Jerry Mahoney August 31, 2015

Great site! I’ve bookmarked it in my favorites. Keep up the good work and positive attitude. This is the way to get people to tune in instead of tuning out.

Sylvia Peacock August 31, 2015

This page is great.

Yvonne Hathcock August 31, 2015

Thanks for your website and graphics. I am starting the first support group in the U.S. for Legg-Perthes disease. (A childhood disease primarily in boys where the ball of the hip disintegrates and eventually grows back). I have been trying to develop a website so that parents have a place where they can not only get medical information, but can talk to other parents in the same situation. It is so important for parents to have hope and give their kids tons of hope. Your cartoons typify the way our family lived during petrie casts and wheelchairs. Our son went tobogganing in his double leg casts, was up in his treehouse in his casts, (he got up on top of his bunkbed in his casts by himself!) Wheelchair time was fieldtrip time. We went to the top of the Empire State Building-that’s right-with petrie casts! We had a blast! Childhood should not end because of body casts, wheelchairs, etc. Thanks for helping people see that.

Barbara Kelly August 31, 2015

Just checking out all of the sites with my last name. Great comic strips!

Jonathan Leeder August 31, 2015

When I read the cartoon about “tornado surfing” I had to laugh thinking of the “sit n spin.” When I was a little one, we couldn’t afford the sit n spin, but wanted one desparately!!! Being the resourceful child that I was, I got out of my w/c, turned it on it’s side, and viola! Instant sit n spin!! My sister and I spent many hours sit n spinning on the wheels of my chair until my mother started wondering why the wheels were getting bent! LOL .. thanks for the memory

Lacie Wright August 31, 2015

Hi. I am 16 years old and I use a wheelchair almost all of the time. I am paralyzed in one leg. I have finally found a place on the internet for me to go to and find a role model for me. THANK YOU!!!!

Nathaniel St. John August 31, 2015

I love this web site. I know all about disabilities ADHD depression (manic) seizures, water on brain. I’m always looking for information on any of these disabilities.

Linda Weeks August 31, 2015

I think your site is great!! Keep it up!!!

Francine August 31, 2015

It is wonderful to finally discover a cartoon as insightful and innovative as yours. Thanks!

KarenMoore August 31, 2015

I love the classroom modification comic! I know a lot of students who will be clicking on your site for this one!

Mary HAP August 31, 2015

Cool! It’s good to see someone have a sense of humor about wheelchairs!

Lisa & Ed August 31, 2015

Excellent work. Very imaginative and long needed.

Robert August 31, 2015

Am an abled bodied student doing a project on physically disabled people and am planning to focus on the humor and fun that they can have as well!

Pat Chiappa August 31, 2015

I am so pleased to find this website and this comic strip for the disabled. I have cerebral palsy and am developing arthritis, so it’s wonderful to find a sense of community with other like myself.

Patsy Nevins August 31, 2015


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Don DeVaul August 31, 2015

Superb! Leeder has shown us that those in wheelchairs aren’t handicapped but handi-capable!

Sue Detelich August 31, 2015

This page is great. It’s nice to see someone looking at the lighter side of things… = )

WaCkY WeIrD WhEeLiE GiRl August 31, 2015

Enjoyed your website… I’m in a wheelchair myself, full time for the past 4 yrs. I’m a “rock & roll” grandma… so to speak. Just getting started in a medical equipment business from my home, was looking for moving graphics for my business web page.

Wanda August 31, 2015

Just checking you out. Thanks.

Sidney Banker August 31, 2015