Posts Tagged ‘movies’
This brand new instalment coming in 2019 follows our hero as he escapes from a retirement home in search of a fabled comfortable chair. But seriously, apologies to Harrison Ford! I still love you. Please don’t hurt me. Oh, and here is another Indy- and Easter-themed comic I made.
This gritty reboot will also somehow tie into one of the 14 Prometheus sequels Ridley Scott has planned for the next decade. Also, in case you missed it last week – there was an article + interview with me about some of my gloomier comics over at Huffington Post. Exciting!
I guess this could be an extremely boring yet disgusting prequel – like a Gremlins 0. Hollywood, get on it! Also, be sure to listen to the Scottish band Mogwai while reading this comic. They’re absolutely awesome!
Ah yes, a true Jurassic Prank! I’m guessing this will be the plot of the recently announced Jurassic Park 4 as well. Either way, here’s this classic scene from the original movie. Also, there’s FREE worldwide shipping over at Society6 yet again, thru March 17th! Use this link: http://society6.com/optipess?promo=0938f9. As always, just let me know if you want [...]
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 [...]
Edit: Apparently I didn’t get the memo since I completely missed that it was Friday the 13th last Friday. I guess the next chance I have to be topical with a strip like this is Friday the 13 of August 2010. Either that or one can wait until 2012 which ominously has three Friday the [...]
Alternatively, he’d be fiddling with keys in a car and then promptly lock himself safely in the trunk. (What?) Unfortunately that makes even less sense than this comic. Oh, and it’s Friday the 13th today, and Valentine’s Day tomorrow, and it occured to me how the very first strip I posted deeply relates to both [...]