Posts Tagged ‘hot tub’
Have a comic on Wednesday! I am going to try to get you a third comic for Friday. It seems fairly feasible as I write this, and even should I fail, you at least got this week’s second comic early.
And in the meantime, you can endure my shill.
Santa Howard shirts! Get one for yourself, and then lord it over all your friends who cannot afford such finery! Rub it in their faces that you, not they, are the owner of this sartorial masterpiece!
I am a terrible salesman
Matt Talamini may be distinguished from me by his tallness, nose, dirty blond hair, and lack of Giga Sideburns.
Get a Santa Howard shirt for the holidays! Get one with a custom personalized message for all your friends! Get two custom shirts so they won’t have to share!
Hey look, it’s Brian Russell again.
Originally it was my brother providing the audience, but I thought it would be funnier if the deaf girl were forced to listen to my hot tub rants.
Minecraft fans: have you seen the latest blogpost? Come take a look at Cactus Johnson’s General Store.
You may recognize my companion in panel one as fellow online cartoonist Justin “JBabb” Babb. His words regarding Ghostwriter are his own, taken from an exchange in the comments section of one of his comics. I had actually never seen an episode of Ghostwriter before, so I ended up watching a bit of it for research. Quite a bit of it.
I may go back and watch even more this weekend. I have to know how the gang ends up busting Miller’s Hauling Company for dumping hazardous chemicals in the community garden!
Does the Wreck-It Ralph review from Monday count as a callback? Sure, why not.
I enjoyed watching Wreck-It Ralph, and if you are a long-time fan of video games, you will almost certainly enjoy it too.
In case you missed it Monday, my review of Wreck-It Ralph is now up in the Blog. The Blog can be viewed from the main page–be sure to check below the comic from time to time, or just follow the RSS Feed!
The idea for this strip was spawned from a contention by David Willis that Song of Solomon wasn’t actually written by Solomon. It got me to wondering, and I supposed I would ask someone who actually has a Master’s in such matters. Sam Fuhrman to the rescue!
Longtime readers of my comics may recognize Sam from my first webcomic, Pungirls!. Back then, I did not understand the basic anatomy of foot joints.