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 […]
CALLBACKS: And You Can’t Stop Me Gryfft wrote this comic, and I made it for him for his birthday, which is this weekend! Happy birthday, Gryfft.
CALLBACKS: Like It’s Our Job: The Rent, And You Can’t Stop Me Tune in tomorrow for yet another update! Additionally, I came up with some alternate punchlines.  BECKY: Also she was in a bunch of strips with James. KAREN: Yes, but technically those haven’t happened yet.  KAREN: That’s the first I’ve heard of […]
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?
CALLBACKS: And You Can’t Stop Me, An Excuse to Draw a Mech This strip originated with a series of twitter posts. First of all, Luke Surl (who posts his own comics at LukeSurl.com) retweeted a tweet of Ryan North’s: “Comic will be delayed until I am no longer in a hot air balloon” with Luke’s […]
Gryfft and I co-wrote this as a follow-up to Friday’s comic. James seems to have forgotten that he is outside.
Long-time readers may remember Robert Gryfft. Also, special thanks to Sebatinsky, one of my fellow bloggers at Air Theremin, who inspired this comic by insisting that I draw a mech.
There is an extra bonus fifth panel for this strip in the picture gallery at our Facebook page! Like us on Facebook and check out the bonus panel. (Also, Robert Montoya gets co-writer credit on this strip.)
Related Strips: Robert Gryfft Intrudes upon Sketch Comedy Robert Gryfft Kidnaps the Cartoonist (off-site, by Gryfft)
Gryfft is one of my fellow bloggers from Air Theremin. Furthermore, he has created his own comic in response. The fourth wall is dead; long live the fourth wall.