Indeed, another comic! This one’s sort of a sequel/prequel to this strip from a few months ago.
I love the fact that it is tomorrow already for you guys in Norway.
I almost fell like picking at the future and sawing an awesome comic.
I wish more time-traveling based movies were like this.
PS. Can a brother get an edit button?
My hands are slipery from all this awesome-sauce.
Aaaaand I’m brazilian. Ops.
Hey you have a new fan!!! Really Cool your Comics!!! Cheers from Colombia
Yeah… I’ve been here a while. Still in the good ol’ USA.
Great comic today, but one thing; chalk would be more appropriate for the situation than crayons. Maybe a translation thing, but whatever. Still hilarious!
The guy with glasses tab is missing!
Lol, I always like these type of comics. :D
This is a similar little video I found yesterday :)
Hey Kristian, just curious (now with added compliment), just browsing through the archives makes me realise you’ve got a lot of different styles down, what software do you use?
Thanks for your comments, gang!
@Boogerman: Ah, um, edit button? Not sure if that is even possible for users in WordPress. I might be wrong, though.
@Kbman: Ah yes, I’m aware of the distinction. I ended up using crayons since that’s what you’d usually give to a child to draw stuff, I’d guess. I still used the chalk brush settings in Photoshop for their drawings, though…
@Keeper of the Flame: Ah, I only use that tag for when he *isn’t* in the comic. A little confusing, I know. If you think that’s bad, the tag actually used to be called the unwieldy “without the guy with the glasses”.
@Otter: That’s pretty cool, lots of great clips from these guys.
@thomas: Ah, I’ve briefly dabbled with a lot of software, Illustrator, Painter, etc – but for the vast majority of strips I’ve used Manga Studio EX 4, and with color touchup and special effects in Photoshop. So yeah, the’re all digital (with only a couple exceptions).
You should have a “nobody dies” tag to warn your readership it’s an unusual comic ;)
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