There is another new bonus comic up in the Subscriber’s Edition. I’m enjoying these single-panel bonuses. The single frame to work in is stretching my humor muscles in ways I’m not used to. Also, since I’m only drawing one image, I can add shading and pay more attention to detail, and indulge in other luxuries […]
OH NO THEOLOGY Did you know? There is a new Purchasing Rockstar comic available in the Subscribers’ Edition.
Yes, technically furries are people who are INTO anthropomorphic animal characters, not the animal characters themselves, and it is the latter that Jackson is suggesting he turn Howard into. But ‘anthropomorphic animal character’ doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue. Besides, Jackson has at times shown himself to be kind of stupid, so failing to note […]
Hey. This comic picks up from the recent storyline in which Howard was trapped in Minecraft. If you haven’t already, you can read it from the beginning.
Gryfft and I co-wrote this as a follow-up to Friday’s comic. James seems to have forgotten that he is outside.
This strip was written by David Cody Cook of Cody’s Black Box. Props to the DCC. This is probably not the optimal comic to follow my Calamities of Nature parody, as you might well accuse me of doing here with Independent Music James what Tony Piro does with Aaron the mole. And it’s anyone’s guess […]
Perhaps you’ve read Tony Piro’s webcomic Calamities of Nature before. Its core cast of five “funny animals” provides an outside perspective on human nature, society, science, religion, philosophy, and bacon. I had a lot of fun emulating Tony’s subtly-colored, hatched artwork for this parody–say what you will about his humor, but you can really tell […]
At a Glance: Thor Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tom Hiddleston, Anthony Hopkins Director: Kenneth Branagh (Hamlet, Henry V, Frankenstein) 114 mins PG-13 Media Mediated rates: 3/5 Marvel Comics’ Thor has always been about the collision of the old world with the new. First appearing in Marvel’s Journey into Mystery #83 (Aug. 1962), Thor and […]
Long-time readers may remember Robert Gryfft. Also, special thanks to Sebatinsky, one of my fellow bloggers at Air Theremin, who inspired this comic by insisting that I draw a mech.
Check it out, it’s a semi-realistic Independent Music James! I plan to make more of these for the Subscribers’ Edition over the next couple of weeks. The Subscribers’ Edition also gives you access to Joe Harris’ color Sketch Comedy strips, exclusive extra strips, and other bonus content.