Willowed, but anyway...
...live-action Cherry Poptart movie...
Omaha the Cat Dancer - actual plot and story (of sorts) included.
Burnt Toast: The original caption was, "who knew I was joking when I said, Allahabad ackbar! I have a bomb!"
Wow, I really need to sell some drawings and make some bucks. Mmm. Lessee, New Yorker readers.. elitists... dimwits... ah! I've got it! (starts scribbling)
Me: What was that caption Ace was going to put on all cartoons?
Splunge: I think it was Iowahawk...
Well, thanks; now I've had my fill of the New Yorker for the year. By Day 2.
What was that caption Ace was going to put on all cartoons? Apply it to this one...?
Getting caught up, again, on a few days' posts. I know the day, as a whole, is still the same 24hrs, but why does it seem like they're getting shorter for real?
After avoiding it for so long, I got a copy of the 3-hour Director's Cut of Watchmen, and last week I watched it. (So, I watch-a the watchmen, to answer the question.)
Had some connection problems there for a while, but I appear to be back on.
Read up to #200, then skipped to current. What did I miss that's invaluable?
Trimegistus: ...can I request a ban on the term "The Big Easy"? ... It was invented out of whole cloth in the 1970s, and needs to be retired like most other bad ideas from that decade.
Nice collection of Santa Supers, Ross.
A very merry Christmas to you, and looking forward to a new year of the greatest stories never told but should've been!!
Wayne Allen Sallee - Xxxenophile, I think. Another well-illustrated and fun bit of perversity.
Ross, Nice work combining grass skirts!
Hardly ever read a Haunted Tank. Knew there was a Tank Girl, but not much about. But, the crossover made me laugh. Good one.
I remember buying that Sgt. Fury. And that FF. Silver Surfer. Heh.
Oh, like "professional quality" as opposed to "being paid for it." Okay. Thanks, Grunt, Pete.
An Observation: The problem with Comic Books is that they may train the mind to need pictures to go along with words for comprehension - thus stunting the ability of the mind to understand witho
"Archie is getting a reboot. The last issue (#666) will be released in June…" —Alan Gardner, Daily Cartoonist
Grunt: "I’ll go back and revise backward…"
Wait… did you change your message? Makes my reply kinda orphaned. Funny that.
Wait, you don't mean Archie was gay in the comic strip? (Is there still an Archie comic strip?)
I don' wanna be Reggie. Reggie's a creep. Who else is left? I'll be 3rd string, anything but Reggie. The inventor kid, was his name Dilbert? Maybe Jughead's dog?
Enjoyed seeing the evolution of your artwork. That crossover saga was especially impressive.
Now, howzabout another thousand?
"I like this team-up. It's got legs." -Doc Hopper
HoboJerk: "I'm reading a comic intro to criminal law..."
As a comics fan, and a wouldabeen cartoonist and animator, I have to rant about the genre's confused vocabulary in English.
This is incredible.
Randomly selected Select choice cartoon from a couple years ago.
Because this newspaper needs funnies.
Archie Comics to commit suicide over fourth-string gay.
Isn't this, in so many ways, the story of the LaughingStock Media and the SCoaMF?
I'm sittin' here
I say, I'm sittin' here on a Saturday Night
I say, I'm sittin' here on a Saturday Night and I tune in to the Oh En Tea at Aye oh Ess Acsh Cue