Posts Tagged ‘Teri’
Mom! Dad! I can explain!
This strip was inspired by Penny Arcade’s new reality show, Strip Search. When two contestants are up for elimination, they have 90 minutes to create a comic strip incorporating two randomly-chosen themes. I (and other cartoonists) have been playing along at home, but I was horrified to discover that the most recent elimination round featured the themes of “flatulence” and “country fair.” I struggled mightily for 90 minutes to create the most tasteful comic I could within the constraints of the challenge, but there is only so much one can do. Blame Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkins, not me! Clearly this is entirely their fault!
The original art for this strip is straight-up available in the store, if for some reason you wish to own something so indecorous and crude.
The original art for this strip is straight-up available in the store, yo!
This strip was inspired by Penny Arcade’s new reality show, Strip Search. When two contestants are up for elimination, they have 90 minutes to create a comic strip incorporating two randomly-chosen themes. I and other cartoonists have been playing along at home! The first day’s elimination round featured the themes of space and ping pong. Here’s a Sketch-Comedy take on the subject in which James and Teri enjoy a friendly game of table tennis.
CALLBACKS: Anime: The Mainstreamening
I’ve never seen Welcome to the N.H.K., but honestly it sounds like anime deconstructing its own fanbase.
Tune in tomorrow for an extra-special comic concluding this stupid anime thread! Those of you who were hoping for a punchline in this comic may turn your attention to the second panel.
UPDATE: Check it out!
Welcome to our series on the history and rise in popularity of anime. I hope you are as excited for it as I am. I wanted to have James use the word “post-shonen” in the last panel because it’s such a James word to use, but it’s not really accurate.
Oh, and because I’m sure someone will either ask or comment about it: Beetamax.
Check it out! Sketch Comedy now has its own TVTropes page!
(Do not check it out if you have anything important to do in the next hour, though. TVTropes is seriously even worse a time-devouring brainial stimulation vortex than Wikipedia.)
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!
Intellectual property is intellectual theft! Okay, not really.
I’ve been invited to exhibit at Envision Skate Collective’s upcoming slalom race for charity! If you’ll be at the race, stop by my table and say hey; after all, nothing goes together quite like skateboarding and webcomics.