This sketchy guest strip comes from my lazy brother, David, who could not be bothered to do more than penciled lineart. Apparently the hot tub has been neglected in my absence! Tune in tomorrow to see where I have been, in a comic with legitimate artwork.
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Hey, I’ve got a guest strip up at Theater Hopper! You should go read it! By “it,” I mean not only my guest strip but also Theater Hopper itself. It is a good comic, and the creator, Tom Brazelton, is a stand-up guy.
Guest Strip Madness continues! Today I would like to welcome Justin Babb of JBabb Comics to the site for his first and last time in the hot tub ever.
All joking aside, though, Justin is a heck of a cartoonist. He’s got mad brush skills, a great sense of black-and-white composition, and that deranged sense of humor that makes for hilariously bizarre comics. Go check his stuff out at JBabbComics.com!
Happy Friday, everyone! While I persist in my vacationings, Brian Russell of The Underfold has appeared to deconstruct my hot tub comics and ruin my artistic vision forever. Thanks, Brian!
The Underfold is currently in the middle of a storyline, which I recommend catching up on from its beginning if you haven’t already. Also, in case you’re wondering why Brian has tentacle arms: wonder no longer. Mercifully, he has spared me from the tentacle-arm treatment and drawn me with actual hands.
Welcome to SC Guest Strip Fest 2012! Kicking things off is Benzie Johnson, creator of the webcomics Passing Period and Joshua Rocketberg: Lab Rat. This isn’t his first visit to Sketch Comedy; you may remember him from this strip here. Thanks to the Benz for keepin’ the meta coming while I take my annual vacation.
Benzie has also provided a close-up of his cartoon depiction of me, so you can see how… interestingly…he has drawn me. This is unprecedented, but here you go:
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?
Owen Heitmann brings us today’s guest strip. Owen has various collections of his comics at 24hourcynic.com, but as you might have gathered from his guest strip, he likes to push the envelope–and some of the strips in his archives are Not Safe For Work. The main page is safe to visit, but please browse with discretion!
I can, however, give a solid endorsement to his all-ages newspaper-style strip Basic Wage Kids. It’s about three roommates and their band: egomaniac frontman Skip, meathead drummer Stu, and angry bassist chick Emma. Does it have metahumor? Yes. Does it have puns? Yes indeed. And does it have punk rock references and just enough edge to keep the newspaper-strip humor interesting? You bet. It’s complete (read: no longer updating), but there are over 400 strips to check out in the archives, so give it a look!
Today’s guest strip is brought to you by Matt Rizkallah of Bloggy Bloggerville. I post it not because it is a breathtaking masterwork of genius, but because I can’t understand what’s happening. Are there two distinct people, or does the one man travel back in time to shoot himself? I am pretty sure it’s Matt and me in the first frame, but beyond that…does anyone know what’s going on here? Anyone?
Brad Pugh of Okay So Comic kicks off our guest strip onslaught. If you like comics about making comics (which you do, because you read Sketch Comedy), then you will like Okay So Comic. It is a comic about a guy making a comic! It is currently on hiatus, but Brad has a new secret project that he recently launched at roboneko.com. What I’ve seen looks pretty slick, and I look forward to checking it out more closely once I get back from vacation.
In summary, Brad Pugh has a bizarre sense of humor, his comic is meta as all crud, and he made this sweet guest strip for me. You should go check out his stuff!