Gordon McAlpin makes another guest appearance in this strip. Additionally, he co-wrote it. Gordon is a master of mixing the topical and the timeless in his own comic strip, Multiplex, about the staff of a fictional movie theater. But you knew that already, because I’m constantly mentioning it all the time.
Check out this sweet Fan Comic that SC reader Matt Rizkallah assembled from 100% post-consumer comic strips! I like how in panel 3 I am suddenly sitting on a stool.
Thanks for the email, Chris B.! Props also to Robert Montoya for helping with the writing and research on this one. Somehow, I don’t think I had ever heard of Bishop Berkeley before fielding this question. It’s nice to have a wide receiver you can defer these things to.
Now that we are out of Minecraft-world, we can get back to having spatially consistent backgrounds. This is because, instead of pasting them from fifty different screenshots taken from ten distinct games of Minecraft, we will simply be pasting the same background into every frame.
At one point I thought of something clever to say down here, but then I forgot it.
Perhaps this would be a good time to revisit the Cerebus Syndrome arc?
Srs bzns. Srsly.
Increasingly, I’ve been abandoning the single-player version of Minecraft to build cooperatively with my internet friends. Gryfft has set up a server and named it “Zomboland,” after a certain webpage where you can do anything. And indeed, you can do anything in Zomboland! You can explore the mountains and caves, build towers, mine for gold, […]