CALLBACKS: Discontinuities 1, The Status Is Not Quo, Hot Mess, Obvious Joke Is Obvious
Today’s comic draws its text entirely from tweets exchanged by me and @DaveRayTaylor, a family friend. You should follow him if you would like your Twitter feed to be filled with retweeted in-jokes from people you don’t know, and Ya Boy Bill Nye. Today’s comic is also two-tier, because I love you.
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CALLBACKS: Cerebus Dad: The Call, Cerebus Dad: Internalizing Your Monologue Good news, everyone! With some advice from astute Sketch Comedy reader Wes, and the help of a plugin called ‘fix-rss-feed‘, it would seem that we’ve got the Sketch Comedy RSS Feed working again! Feel free to help yourselves to the feed.
This comic, inspired by a suggestion from my friend Dave Johnson, is a sort of tribute to the mockumentary Troll Hunter. In the film, a group of students filming an independent documentary about bear poachings begins following an enigmatic trapper, only to discover that he is a troll hunter. Troll Hunter is not for the […]
CALLBACKS: I am a Purchasing Rockstar: Meet Jim Ormerod, I am a Purchasing Rockstar: Maxie Turner If you haven’t seen it already, be sure to check out my
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 […]