Apparently the real “Take your Daughter to Work” Day is in April, so I’m 3 months late with this strip. Oh well!
Posts Tagged ‘kids’
This series of events certainly explain the weird taste of the water for the past few months. Also, I almost titled this strip “Use-Lass(ie)”, but decided against it due to the terrible pun. (I also decided against having a fourth panel where Lassie would be licking his/her privates.)
So, this coming Friday is Dialogue Free Comic Day, an event created by the excellent DJ Bogtrotter, where the idea is to make webcartoonists challenge themselves to make a comic completely without dialogue. There’s a fantastic list of participating webcomics already, so I can’t wait to see what everyone comes up with. Oh, and I’m […]
So apparently the strip two posts back was the 150th Optipess comic, and I didn’t realize this until now. Oh well: Let’s celebrate now with this 152nd comic featuring kids being burned alive!
He would later be caught juggling with fake Ebola virus canisters. For shame. Also, this strip made me realize that choosing colours for clown outfits can indeed be done pretty much completely at random.
Perhaps the original version of this one made a tiny bit more sense in my native language… Regardless, I figured an exploding child would be, as always, amusing anyways!
Hm, apparently this is the 38th comic with the “someone dies” tag, which means I only killed off someone in a meager 43,18% of the 88 strips posted so far in total. This is indeed an outrage! But fear not, from now on I shall strive to the best of my abilities to raise this […]
Here you go, another retro comic from the depths of the Optipess archives. This one was one of the very first strips I made back in 2007, and I dug it up figuring it would contain a shred of entertainment value even now. My rediscovered essays from grade school, on the other hand, still surely […]
Voila, another (for me) gigantic comic that probably took me 6x as long to complete. Looks like I’ll end up having to dig up an older comic for Friday, but we’ll see. Anyway, I hope you enjoy this one.