Posts Tagged ‘parody’
Finally! Here is a brand new comic strip. This one depicts some truly helpful information to aid you while flying. Oh, and I should be back on track now, so the next new one will appear on Friday – just keep checking in religiously!
Hopefully this comic won’t get me sued… Any similarities with a certain potato chips mascot – as well as the reference to a certain slogan, are both completely deliberate. Executives of the brand in question, be sure to take into consideration that I really love your product and consume it compulsively and religiously! (That should do [...]
This little tank engine can go allll night long… Also, in other news, there will probably not be a comic on Monday due to me going away on dayjob-related seminar stuff (read: we’re getting drunk) for most of the weekend. I doubt I’ll get home to draw anything in time, so I guess there won’t [...]
This strip references a board game I’ve never actually played. This may or may not have clouded my conception of what it’s really about. Oh, and is it funny today? Vote! This helps a great deal to direct more readers to the comics you like. Thanks!
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 [...]
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 [...]
Occasionally I find it quite amusing where ideas come from. This one, for example, came to me when browsing the site of the great indie/experimental three-piece rock band Because of Ghosts from Australia. Their artwork often features birds, and/or flying people, and one drawing of a man being lifted by a flock of birds really [...]
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 [...]