Archive for January, 2009

Novel Captioning

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This is the way things are heading — novels on TV.  But there’ll also have to be explosions and people making out in the background, or else no one’ll give a rat’s keyster.

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Backseat Driver

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Anybody know anyone like this?  Sorry about the crease down the middle of the picture — I had to fold it up to fit it in my bag earlier today.

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Groupthink

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This is what it comes down to, it seems to me: either join life and get tripped up by all its complexities, get ready to have your heart broken and your values questioned, or else withdraw into your basement.  After today’s inauguration, I feel like diving in. 

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Rubbish

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The concept of this webcomic is that the main character, Brian, lives his life in his own imagination.  Just wanted to clear that up in case the dialogue doesn’t make any sense to you.

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Donut Jump!

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I guess if the donut had cream filling, this might not’ve been such a bad idea.

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Everyone’s a Critic

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Misfortune Cookie

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For some reason I have like a half dozen fortune cookie fortunes laying around my place.  Even if it’s a boring fortune like “Good friends are life’s greatest treasure” I can’t throw it away.  I think I have a hoarding fetish for fortunes.  In the sense that if I throw one away, I believe the fortune cookie gods will become angry and rain down bad fortune upon me.  I’ve started taking the excessive measure of attaching them to my refrigerator with magnets for safe keeping.  So now my fridge looks like a ticker tape machine vis a vis Wall Street from the 1930’s.  Weird. 

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