Check it out, it’s a sketch of James playing the guitar! There are more new sketches at the Sketch Comedy Facebook Page.
Because we are so sketchy.
Brian Russell of The Underfold delivers the goods with this guest strip. The Underfold features a self-insert cartoonist and his friend having geeky movie-parody adventures, with periodic breaks to lampoon popular culture. Strips were originally drawn on the underside of the index cards labeling the coffee at Brian’s church, hence the comic’s name. It’s a lot like Sketch Comedy, which as you already know is awesome, so you should give it a visit. One of my favorite segments is the one where Brian and JB visit alternate dimensions in a phone booth.
The two men in the guest comic are Abe and Mr. Pennybags. Is the wizard Howard?
Today, James offers us his unique critical perspective on Katy Perry.
It should surprise no one that James is a grammar Nazi. I’ve also got some announcements for you.
First of all, I will be discontinuing the Subscribers’ Edition in its current incarnation effective August 31st. My current subscription service provider takes a sizeable cut off the top, and doesn’t offer much in the way of archive organization, so I’m going to look into alternative ways of providing you with bonus content. The new SCSE will offer improved presentation and delivery at lower prices. And in the meantime, I continue to offer sweet (free!) bonuses at the Sketch Comedy Facebook page.
Second, you may have noticed a conspicuous absence of the Sketchy Activity Daily. More often than not, I found myself drawing the dailies on my lunch break at work, which cut into my prime time for drawing the actual comic strip. While it was an interesting undertaking, after three weeks, I found that it was too much work to keep up with. Much as I’d like to draw silly things for you every day, it’s not feasible at this point–so I continue looking for ways to make it work in the future.
We’ll be back to our usual Tuesday-Friday schedule next week. In the meantime, I’m going to see Captain America this weekend! I’m not planning to write a review of it, but if you want one, I would be glad to gratify your every whim. I’m not even kidding, your whims are awesome.
It is TOO BIG FOR THE BLOG it cannot be contained
Click on it to see the whole enlarged mostly-legible thing.
Truly, Independent Music James is the voice of reason in our culture of insanity.
New comic strip posting tomorrow, as is our custom. And don’t forget: you can see the whole collection of Sketchy Activity Dailies in the SC Facebook Photo Album.
This is a new project: Sketchy Activity Daily. For fifteen minutes every weekday, I will draw something and post it up on the internets–specifically, those internets which are related to Sketch Comedy. The drawing will probably be silly. (I will readily admit that today’s drawing, a freehand brush-pen sketch of my supervisor’s car, is not especially silly.)
On non-comic-update days, here at the Sketch Comedy site, I’ll be posting the SAD as a way of providing you daily content (you may find the RSS feed useful for keeping up). You can get even more SADs Monday through Thursday at Sketch Comedy’s Facebook page, and Friday’s Sketch Activity Daily will be a Subscribers’ Edition exclusive.
I’m looking forward to providing SC fans of all stripes with some bonus daily content. Enjoy the SADs, and look forward to a new SC comic posting at midnight (EST) tonight!
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.