By popular (or should I say “poopular”..?) demand, here’s another poop joke!
(This one can also be seen as a deep and profound commentary on the “comics vs movies” debate. Or not.)
Is this saying that comic movies are sh!t, or that people read comics on the toilet? I agree with both messages.
@FertZane: Hah, well – mostly the latter, not so much the former. (But if we didn’t have Nolan’s Batman movies I probably wouldn’t be too excited about the state of comics-based movies these days.)
I actually planned to have some well-known syndicated cartoon characters (Marmaduke, Garfield, etc) on that poster, but it turned out a bit too finicky to draw.
I’m usually annoyed when people beside me are chewing popcorn with their mouth open… This brings it to a new level when the person next to me is actually taking a dump.
Heck, if that’s the logic, ALL BOOK-TO-MOVIE ADAPTATIONS would have seats like that, not just comics.
heh, imagine the smell after a viewing
Humm, I never read whilst on the toilet, but if I did, this one would be my favourite. (just this strip, tho!)
Wouldn’t it mean that people who post their ‘comments’ after comics leave a piece of shit?
Yet more toilet humour. I like it!
And here I thought it was because the movie was so long that they had to install toilets for people to sit on. The thing is I don’t read in the bathroom, and even though I know that some people do, it’s just not a connection I make that easily.
First thought: Eww poop stains on toilets.
Second thought: Those toilet holes look like big goofy smiling mouths, esp the one next to the janitor.
That’s a long poop.
With iPads and the like, I’d say this could be about movies too.
Is the little boy talking about the size of his poop?
And I love the poster. Reminds me of Social Network.
I’d hate to be the janitor of this teather.
Sitting on a toilet seat through a feature length film would not be a good idea, as long sessions can cause hemorrhoids… I do read when I’m in toilet, though.
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