We interrupt your regularly scheduled thing with a wizard to bring you Halloween. Joe Harris, the Sketch Comedy colorist, makes his first appearance in this strip. Joe will have a color version of this strip soon for the Subscriber’s Edition, but in the meantime, subscribers can enjoy a special full-page Pungirls comic. UPDATE: Joe has […]
It’s Theedback Thursday! We call it Theedback Thursday so that it’s alliterative. What would you like to see in the way of extra things down here in the blog? What would you like to see as bonuses for the subscriber’s edition? Do you like the sketches and doodles? The TV and movie reviews? Extra strips? […]
I don’t watch much TV. At least not in the radio-wave-receiving-box-in-my-living-room sense. I never have, really–but as streaming video has come into its own over the past five or so years, I’ve been watching more TV shows on the internet, simply because I’m on my computer so much. Most notably NBC comedies. I first got […]
Here’s a sneak preview of the wizard, who will make his debut in tomorrow’s strip: I drew him wielding a katana for increased awesomeness. Awesomeness is important.
Good afternoon, friends and readers. Did you know you can get Sketch Comedy…in color? Did you know you can get Sketch Comedy…delivered early? Did you know you can get…even more Sketch Comedy? Well, you can! Sketch Comedy Subscriber’s Edition gives you all of this–full-color strips delivered to your inbox in advance, bonus subscriber-exclusive strips, and […]
I went to see RED over the weekend, at my brother’s suggestion. David’s been looking forward to this movie, owing to the all-star cast, the fact that it’s based off a DC comics property, and the trailer showing Helen Mirren with a gatling gun. As we headed out, I figured I’d give the movie a […]
Gordon McAlpin is the creator of Multiplex, a webcomic about the staff of a fictional movie theater in suburban Chicago. As I often say about Multiplex: you come for the movie jokes, you stay for the characters. Multiplex is rated R for adult situations and pervasive language. Readers under 17 should be accompanied by a […]