Posts Tagged ‘someone dies’
Ouch! This could possibly be the highest amount of zombies I’ve drawn in one panel, possibly only rivaled by the previous Valentine’s Day comic. My hand is too numb to be able to count, though.
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 […]
Here’s another comic with fun and games! Also, I put this up the other day – you can now purchase prints of a couple classic Optipess Cthulhu comics (Cthulhu Scare and Rude Awakening) over at Society6! They’re perfect for your bedroom or bathroom – click here to check ’em out. (Edit: And apparently they now […]
I guess this is also a plausible prediction for December 21st next week! Can you guys believe we’re about to witness the end of the world? Honestly, it’s pretty rad – I for one will definitely take a lot of pictures. Also, before the world ends be sure to check out the awesome webcomic A […]
Apparently these Garbage Disposal Units are mostly just used in the U.S., but hopefully everyone else are at least familiar with the concept? Personally I’ve never used one, which is probably for the best. Also, on another note – I almost pulled this comic as I noticed that the always excellent Buni ran a strip […]
Speaking of tossing money into hats, huge thanks to the awesome people who have donated recently! I wish I could hug you all in a firm yet lovingly embrace. Click here or the image to the lower right if you want to join in on this tender orgy. You’ll get a Cthulhu wallpaper as well! […]
Here is a comic strip! Interestingly, the subject matter here is pretty much the exact opposite to the previous comic. Also, it’s October! Crazy! 2012 is slipping through our fingers as we speak, guys.
Yup, his eyes are fused with his glasses – don’t think about it too much. Or perhaps the grapefruit pulp got behind the glasses somehow. Like in the words of George Costanza: “Pulp can move, baby!”