Here’s a comic for all my readers who also are fiction writers! (And anyone else familiar with the Chekhov’s Gun principle.)
Posts Tagged ‘meta’
I guess this comic should’ve been sponsored by Bic. If you work for Bic, please send me some money. But actually, speaking of brands, I went with “Wite-Out” for the last panel, but “Tipp-Ex” is the most used one in Europe. Also I remember from my school days that the word “Blanco” was synonymous with correction […]
Another oldie! Also it’s another meta comic! I used to make a bunch of these when starting out, and I still find them somewhat amusing. I’m not quite sure if they’re equally as interesting for non-cartoonists, though… Oh, and of course, with this particular one, there’s no disrespect intended for my cartoonists friends. You’re still […]
This one’s maybe pretty obscure, deliberately so, I guess! Ohwell. (Infact, I used to do a lot more of these “meta” comics when first starting out, but eventually I shied away from them, thinking they’d be too self-reflexive. I think I still have some lying around, though. Hm, I might dig them up…)
Here’s something a little bit different. This is my entry for the annual anniversary contest over at the excellent webcomic Journey to Mt. Moriah by Scott. The only rule was that the entry had to feature his Stalin character – the actual Ghost of Cartooning Dreams. Here in my version he’s sharing his immense cartooning talent […]
Another old retro comic, and again it’s a comic about making comics. Or rather, it’s about not making comics. Observant readers will notice the mindboggling concept of having a strip in the strip, which is the strip itself! Or something. New comics will return on Monday!
Yes! Todays retro comic from ’07 is a self-indulgent and self-reflexive meta comic about making comics about making comics! I used to make a ton of these (well, 4 or 5), before I eventually realized that they all were basically the same joke, and that most people probably aren’t as fascinated with the topic as […]