New Years Eve

CALLBACKS: Owl City, Arguments II: The Gryfft Perspective ‘Tis the season to make seasonal comics. Do you have any New Years resolutions for James? Maybe you are only here for the pizza. I’d also like to remind you that the auction for my Multiplex guest strip artwork is still open. The proceeds from the auction […]

Guest Strip By Owen Heitmann (24 Hour Cynic)

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 […]

Fantasy Football Friday

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?

My Moment: The Butterfly Effect

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 […]

Down On Friday

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 […]

Fanart Monday

Sup, guys. It’s Fanart Monday. (It’s alliterative if you pretend that Monday is pronounced “Fmonday.”) One of the warehouse guys, Garrett, drew the following caricature of me, celebrating Fedora Friday. In retribution, I drew a caricature of him. Sketch Comedy does not endorse going drinking every Friday night–or, for that matter, Katy Perry. See you […]

Karen Continues To Throw A Party

Chris Merritt is suitable for audiences over 13 years of age. (Now all my 12-year-old readers are going to go download all his music over Limewire or whatever the kids are using these days.) Guess who also co-wrote this strip? Robert Montoya, that’s who.