New tag for dentistry! Also, the Optipess Facebook page reached 2300 lovely fans today! Not really *that* much of a round number, but heck, I’m plugging it anyway.
Posts Tagged ‘delusions’
Yup, another comic featuring everyone’s favorite Great Old One. (I should just change the name of this site to “He-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Named Comics” already…) I guess this one requires a tiny bit of work on your part with the title, but I’m sure you’ll figure it out!
Yep, it’s another Cthulhu comic – and it may or may not be the weirdest thing I’ve ever made! It’s definitely the most topical. (This one sports the “animated” tag, so be sure to click through to the site if you’re reading from a RSS reader without animation support.)
Hey readers, here’s a new comic. I hope you like it. I was kinda sick over the weekend, and contemplated being put to sleep as well a couple times. Luckily I pulled through, just in time for a brand new work week… Yay…
Introducing the ‘cthulhu’ tag! I may have another strip in the pipeline featuring everyones favorite Great Old One, although it will probably be saved for a certain upcoming international prank day. (Also, I saw the modern silent film The Call of Cthulhu as “research” for this strip. Highly recommended for any Lovecraft fan.)
For me it’s the other way around; That is, I keep thinking of how much more awesome my life would be if I was a serial killer. (Don’t worry, I’ve probably just been watching too much Dexter lately.) Also, I changed some date things around on the site, so from now on strips will post [...]
Here’s a new comic, just for you! Oh, and I kind of forgot to mention that it was my birthday the other day (on the 7th), so yay for me managing to stay alive for yet another year. Now, you don’t have to run out to buy gifts (please don’t, I can’t fit them all [...]
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 [...]