CALLBACKS: Ubiquitus Moss There’s an outtake from Travis Jockman’s crocs commercial in the Deleted Scenes photo album on the Sketch Comedy Facebook page. You should check it out if you crave more humor, or perhaps if today’s comic was simply not funny enough. Thanks to my brother for helping me write these football comics. I […]
CALLBACKS: Ubiquitus Moss, Back to the Sport Pile So, in the past three weeks it’s been: Rebecca Black, My Little Pony, a Cowboys and Aliens strip that is not really about Cowboys and Aliens, random music commentary, and now football. Target audience? What the #%& is that?
CALLBACKS: Ubiquitus Moss, Ubiquitus Moss Again, Grand Mastery As you may already know, the NFL Lockout has come to a close, with the players and owners having reached an agreement late last week. We’re going to have football again! I’ve only recently become interested in football, since watching The Blind Side in 2009 and then […]
CALLBACKS: Gordon McAlpin on Reference, The Never-Ending Quest for Relevance The joke is more about the theater they’re seeing it at than the movie itself. The funny thing is, I’m not even all that excited about Cowboys and Aliens. (Warning: sometimes the Multiplex 10 is R-rated. Please use discretion in reading webcomics.) P.S. Hey, check […]
CALLBACKS: And You Can’t Stop Me, LawsuitPool Yes, it is true. I am a brony. On a site-related note, it’s recently been brought to my attention that Sketch Comedy’s RSS feed is broken. I have been trying to fix the problem, and I will let you know as soon as the RSS is back up […]
Here! Have a bonus comic. It contains James.
HERE FROM MULTIPLEX? CHECK OUT THE WELCOME POST! Seriously? He’s doing another Friday comic? On Monday, Rebecca Black’s new single “My Moment” was released, and you can listen to it on her YouTube channel if your own morbid curiosity has gotten the best of you. Karen has had plenty of time to listen to it […]
CALLBACKS: Hot Tub Nostalgia Machine The story thus far: Rebecca Black’s parents hired vanity recording label ARK Music Factory to produce a song and accompanying music video for her. When Black posted her song on Youtube, the infectiously insipid track “Friday” catapulted her to internet infamy. After suffering through internet insults, receiving death threats, making […]