T’was the night before Christmas, and all through the place, Nick and I have this new comic to shove in your face!
Here is the brand-new, just completed Betsy & Waffles Christmas comic. It was a big effort on both our parts and we think you’ll enjoy it very much. And if there’s someone out there who you forgot to get a gift for, just send them a link to this comic. Quite possibly it will be the best gift they will ever get. EVER. Don’t question it.
Anyway, to read the entire thing, please click here. Or on any of the other links in this post. They’ll all take you to the same place. And what a joyous, winter wonderland it is. Please enjoy.
The day has finally come. The Betsy & Waffles Halloween comic that Nick Adams and I have been slaving over for about a month is finally ready for your consumption. We’re extremely proud of ourselves and we feel like we’ve stepped it up a notch creatively. We have plans for several other “plus-sized” comics in the very near future. To read it in its entirety, please click here. We hope you enjoy.
(Also, interestingly enough, this is the first time I’ve ever failed to post a blog entry on time. A few minutes before this was set to go live, my internet connection decided to be a bastard and punch me in the balls. My balls are aching, but at least it’s here now!)
Oh no! How will our intrepid adventurers ever make it back to Earth? And how did they end up out here anyway? Be sure to tune in next week and find out. Unless Nick and I decide not to do a strip about this particular subject, which is a very strong possibility. In fact, we might never mention it again outside of this post, so enjoy it while you can.
Also, because I was trapped in June 1991 for yesterday’s post, I regretfully failed to mention that a new installment was online, courtesy of Nick’s fluttering fingers. But it’s there, and it’s wandered into some strange territory. Enjoy, as if your life depended upon it. (It does.)
PERSONALITY COMICS PRESENTS: Michael Jordan!
Admittedly, I’m not much of a sports fan. As a pale, flabby, clumsy kid I never had much of an appreciation for physical fitness or athleticism. I was more concerned with comics and cartoons (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Real Ghostbusters, naturally). Regardless, I knew who Michael Jordan was; he was in ProStars for goodness’ sake!
And even though Jordan won his second MVP award in 1991 (thanks, Wikipedia!), his greatest accomplishment that year must’ve been in knowing that this comic was out there for all his fans. Actually, I’m sure he’d be disappointed if he knew this existed at all.
Let’s get this straight right up front: I have nothing against Ronnie Milsap personally, and the song that this comic is based on is actually quite catchy, but the joke popped into my head and I couldn’t shake it, so I had to get it down on paper. Hope you enjoy the slight offensiveness.
Interesting aside, if you play “There’s a Stranger in My House” and Rockwell’s “Somebody’s Watching Me” simultaneously, you will hear the sound of your own soul being choke-killed by a clown with hooks for hands. Then a dark gateway will open before you and your worst fear will erupt from the chasm and vomit dead birds at your feet. I don’t recommend trying it.