I almost titled this strip “Znorflax and the Tramp”.
I love the dog’s expression! Very concise.
This comic is perhaps the best example of this entire strip!
Hah, I was thinking the same thing when I added all those tags when uploading it. I guess all it missed was a couple robots or zombies.
Visually the best in ages. Also very funny, and especially considering how much I love the movie. Thumbs up!
I happen to be on this reaaaaaly slow (and unstable) network right now, and the image takes about 10-15 seconds to load.
So I decided to read the tags first. The combination was at least as funny as the strip =)
This is such a consistently hilarious and brilliant comic. It should be more well-known for sure.
Thanks for that, Turbo Sloth! Tell your friends to spread the word! :)
@Panda: Ouch! I guess I’m partly to blame considering I don’t really *have* to save my strips in the highest quality PNG format. Sometimes GIF or JPG will look just as good, and with a smaller file size – but I’m kinda paranoid about losing some detail or getting ugly artifacts in the image.
@Kristian: I wouldn’t put it that way. My current download speed is about 15-20 kb/sec. So if anyone is to be blamed, it’s my ISP.
Plus, from what (little) I know about graphical file formats, .png is indeed optimal for your style.
@kristian: Although when you consider the efficiency of the Mertzstieger algorithm to build the memory buffers for the inter-leaving photo clusters versus the quality of the Amaterasu-Stiller data tree model, your comics are still F’ing funny!! ;)
Thanks for writing!
amazing take on a classic!
this is the night
and the heavens all rise
on this lovely bella notte!
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