If chunks of the moon were to fall into Earth's orbit we could have cheese raining from the sky! Actually, it would probably melt upon entering the atmosphere... or turn into a burnt crisp. Then the air would smell of burnt cheese. -_-'
Sorry for the hiatus, but packing and getting everything squared away for my return to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute was time consuming! And I still left stuff behind... In any case, once we get up to comic numero 100 I'll start posting comics on a regular schedule and there will be an additional surprise!
Lunchables provided me with one of my first experiences with how harsh reality could be. When I was young, the pizza used to come with enough pepperoni to put four on per pizza. Then they made it only three and I was horribly confused and felt betrayed!
EDIT: Ack! Looks like we have another comic number number 95 on our hands. You guys will forgive me, right?
Well this comic certainly brings back a number of memories. Being late to the bus stop in high school at least three times per week. The US actually getting gold in the 4x100 swimming relay (only silver this time around). The flat-looking people I used to draw... hey, I didn't say these were positive memories!
I haven't seen The Dark Knight Rises yet, but that should change by the end of this weekend!
Yay, I found my comics and now I've started scanning them in. Expect to see more in the upcoming week!
No, this isn't a new comic. And no, we did not travel back in time. Perhaps you all remember when I first posted this comic... nearly two years ago?! In any case, I decided it could really use some sprucing up and added some color in Photoshop. The result is a heckuva lot better looking comic that has nothing to with our past economic situation.
After an uber long hiatus, Jokestar kicks things off again - by making fun of me. And now that I think about it, this isn't the first time I tried to cram two jokes into a Jokestar comic.
Between being busier than normal and a whole lot lazier than usual, I stopped putting comics up; just looking at the date of my last post makes me cringe. So with some renewed commitment I plan on continuing to post comics! Maybe the word will get out that I've started back up and some of my older reader will make their way back. To tell the truth, I haven't had more pageviews since the comic stopped, but that's a strange story for another day.
The acronym is a lot messier than I thought it would be, but that doesn't really matter. And the "#3" up there isn't fake - I have two earlier comics dealing with why paper bags shouldn't have super powers, but they were drawn so poorly (in my opinion) that I want to take the time to redo them.
In case you didn't know, I hate drawing hands - hence the clever placement of the official's arms. >:D
I never saw the movie, but I know the quote and I went on Wikipedia!
The hurricane did cause some flooding by RPI and prevented me from getting my stuff out of storage. Considering the storage place was right by the Hudson, I was worried it was flooded and my stuff was ruined. Thank God that wasn't the case and I'll be getting my stuff this weekend!