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In the webcomics community, Gordon McAlpin is almost as notorious for taking things literally as he is for consuming art supplies. This is totally for real, and not a thing that I just made up.
I would also like to reiterate that I am looking for guest strips to cover my vacation from 9/10 to 9/18. Would you like to do a guest strip for Sketch Comedy? There are two simple requirements: A) 900px wide or less, and B) keep it appropriate for your ten-year-old cousin to read. If you’ve got something for me, just send it in by September 8th to jackson at thesketchy dot com.
I have a guest strip up at Multiplex today!
To all the visitors coming over from Multiplex: welcome! Sketch Comedy is a metahumor-and-pop-culture-commentary strip that updates on Tuesdays, Fridays, and sometimes other days too. Gordon McAlpin himself has appeared as a character in it: not once, not twice, but three times! As movie enthusiasts, you may also be interested in Sketch Comedy’s movie reviews, or this Christmas Star Wars spoof strip. I’ll have a brand-new strip for you tomorrow, so be sure to stop back.
Have a look around and enjoy the comic. We’re glad you’re here.
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 over and over. Hopefully the rest of us will have the wisdom to move on with our lives–Rebecca Black included.
Next week, we return to our regular Tuesday-Friday update schedule, with new comics for you on Tuesday and…Friday.
Gordon McAlpin makes another guest appearance in this strip. Additionally, he co-wrote it. Gordon is a master of mixing the topical and the timeless in his own comic strip, Multiplex, about the staff of a fictional movie theater. But you knew that already, because I’m constantly mentioning it all the time.
Co-writing comics with Robert Montoya has required some extra effort to come up with scripts we’re both pleased with, and we’ve had to scrap a few ideas in the process. Writing is re-writing, as they say.
Also, here’s a closer look at my shirt.
Wes Molebash, whom you probably already know from his comics
You’ll Have That and Max vs. Max and his regularly-updated blog Wes Draws, co-wrote this comic with me; the wisdom he dispenses is his own. Dude knows how to encourage community! Now go read his things.
Seriously? Yesterday’s disposable and redundant gag actually constitutes an update? I don’t think so. Here is an additional comic about Vocaloid.
A Christmas comic for you will post on Friday! Also, there is part three of my Holiday Gift Guide Thing over at This Week in Webcomics, for all you last minute shoppers. Merry Christmas and happy holidays!