We love the joke of everyone in a community having the same name. Sometimes we want to use it in every comic we make. That would probably get old though.
Those kids from Pallet Town have it easy. In tangentially related news, we are planning an event tentatively known as The Day Long Pokemon Challenge. This will involve John and myself playing Pokemon Fire Red and Leaf Green (respectively) for an entire day on the Game Boy Advance Player for the Nintendo Gamecube and battling each other at scheduled intervals using Pokemon Colosseum. This is the...
Happy New Year, dear readers. Remember Y2K? Funny stuff. Since we started this comic eleven years after the new millennium started, we missed our chance to tap into the comedy wellspring that is the Y2K bug. We found a way though.
About half of this comic was an actual conversation. There isn’t much else to say about it.
Every time I see a trailer for War Horse, I feel like I’m in The Emperor’s New Clothes. Does no one else see that this movie is about a horse that apparently single-handedly wins World War One? Does no one else find that absurd? To be fair, neither of us have seen war horse. I almost did, but decided that no matter how good (or bizarre) it was, it couldn’t possibly live up to...
Happy holidays, dear readers. Stay warm, stay joyful, and stay classy.
I’m not saying the Hobbit cartoon is bad. I’m just saying it’s, well, let’s go with dated. Realizing things you loved from your childhood are awful is always disappointing. Recently, I discovered that the final battle in Star Fox 64 is one of the worst fights I’ve ever played through in a video game. I mean the giant brain, not the monkey face. The monkey face is...
I hate going to Gamestop. I wouldn’t mind the pushy salesmen as much if they were ever pushing a game I wanted. I don’t think I have ever been asked if I was preordering a game that I eventually bought. It’s always Call of Duty or Battlefield or any of the other hundred games exactly like them. I would actually be happy if they said, “Are you preordering the new Harvest...
I’ve never really understood the appeal of cosplay. The payoff doesn’t seem substantial enough for the amount of work put into the costumes. For me, looking like a character is too fleeting a goal. When the cosplayer is finished wearing the costume, they no longer look like the character. They still have the costume, but that isn’t really the finished product; them in the costume...
We’re referring to Wednesday’s comic. horrible stuff, really. You probably thought that was just a lighthearted joke about erectile dysfunction. Well, you were wrong. That was our serious episode like when Carlton accidentally takes speed on the Fresh Prince. We’re moving into Drama here.