Posts Tagged ‘alternate style’
Ah, no webcomic is complete without an obscure and convoluted movie reference strip. Also, I spent the longest time figuring out the name to use for the killer deer, with Devin, Dean and Buckley as other candidates before I eventually settled on Derek. Too bad this wasn’t a female deer so I couldn’t use the […]
Here’s something a little bit different. It’s a comic I submitted to the recent 3 year anniversary contest over at Journey to Mt. Moriah, where the creator Scott would accept art submissions from his readers throughout the month of March. The only basic rule was that the submission had to be inspired by one of […]
Apologies (again) to Thorbjørn Egner. Yes! As promised, here’s the follow-up to this strip. Character inconsistencies prevent it from being called a sequel or prequel, so we’ll just call it a reboot and leave it at that. Oh, and if you’re scratching your head in bewilderment about what’s going on here, the previous strip about […]
Another reminder: If you found this comic even remotely amusing, you can click ‘yes’ on this strip and a few other Optipess strips over at Is It Funny Today, which in turn probably exposes them to more people. Consequently, together we could potentially make enough people happy to ensure world peace! Clickyclicky!
Dug up another homage strip, this one both to the truly excellent underwater horror shooter Bioshock, as well as a certain Perry Bible Fellowship strip. It’s been a while since I made this strip, but looking back on it now still makes me cringe when thinking of how the actual sexual violation would take place […]
Apologies to Thorbjørn Egner. Hmm. I suspect the reference in todays strip might be way too obscure for the general public, but damnit, I’m pretty pleased with it so I’m posting it anyway. For anyone outside of Scandinavia, the two jolly fellows in the first three panels are Karius and Baktus (a play on the […]
BAM! The obligatory (and admittedly embarrasing) first comic is online! This one’s a bit old, made sometime in July 2007, if I remember correctly. Nevertheless, the keen observation about what really goes through the mind of a teen horror slasher is still fresh and highly provocative (what?) to this day. Enjoy!