CALLBACKS: My Little Sketchy: Cartooning Is Magic, Have A Hearthwarming Holiday You know I love My Little Pony: Frienship is Magic, but on more than one occasion Twilight’s been the butt of a joke about her overattention to detail. In Season 2, you could count on just about any Twilight-centered episode to exaggerate her bookishness […]
CALLBACKS: If You Were Really Sorry For Party Rocking You Would Stop Party Rocking As I remarked earlier this week on Twitter, “I am sick of songs where the hook sounds like it’s played by Decepticons with kazoos. Pitbull and Ne-Yo, I’m looking at you.”
CALLBACKS: Nappy Zoo Gear, Multitrack the Future
CALLBACKS: Meet Susan: Sign Language, Meet Susan: I Made You Deaf I had originally intended for this comic to be animated, but the filesize rapidly became unwieldy, among other issues. We hope you’ve enjoyed Susan’s introduction! On Tuesday we will return to Sketch Comedy as normal, whatever that means. UPDATE: At Dwight’s request, there is […]
CALLBACKS: Gordon McAlpin On Reference, Community Guy The exchange in today’s comic comes to you courtesy of a comment made on Google+ by The Benz, AKA Benzie Johnson, internet cartoonist and pop-culture commentator. You can see his quasi-autobiographical humor strip Passing Period and his sci-fi schoolkid serial Joshua Rocketberg: Lab Rat by clicking on certain […]
CALLBACKS: Happy New Year, Weekends The sign for “caution” is hard to draw from the side. Susan’s mug is available for purchase through Cafepress:
CALLBACKS: Meet Susan: I Made You Deaf, Meet Susan: Lazy I’m not sure how I expect anyone to walk through that doorway in the first panel.
Matt Rizkallah returns to the hot tub with another installment of his fancomic “Cetch Skomedy.” This one is slightly less creepy than the last one!
CALLBACKS: Meet Susan: I Made You Deaf Fun with sign language! Oh man I hope I am getting these right.
I’ve got something to share with you. Plan X Media (of which Sketch Comedy is an affiliate) recently launched its website and has since updated with several new movie reviews–most notably its review of The Hunger Games. Plan X prez Ash Green takes a critical look at the popular movie, and his review is an […]